What if all you had to do for biblical inspiration was press on your Home screen for a few seconds? With the newest Bible App update for your iPhone 6s or 6s Plus, you can! Using 3D Touch, now you can jump directly to the Bible App features you use most often, right from your Home screen:
Just press down on the Bible App icon, then select Read, Search, Verse of the Day, or Plans. You can even add a specific Reading Plan to your Home screen if you like. And, once you’re inside the Bible App, Apple’s new Peek and Pop helps you interact more naturally with Plan Moments and profile pictures:
Tip: We always want your Bible experience to be as amazing as possible, so before you update or install any new Bible App version, check your device Settings to ensure you have the most recent system updates installed. Some Bible App features may not be available on older devices, or on older versions of your operating system. Apple’s 3D Touch and Peek and Pop are currently only available on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
About the Bible App
The Bible App has been installed on more than 195 million unique devices, all over the world. Developed by YouVersion, the Bible App offers more than 1,200 Bible versions, in more than 870 languages. And it’s always completely free.
So faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ. Romans 10:17, ESV
Need inspiration from God’s Word? Just ask. Amazon Echo is hands-free, voice-activated, and always on. When you add the Bible App to your Amazon Echo, inspiration is always just a question away. Speak, and let God’s inspired Word speak to you.
Find “Bible by YouVersion,” and click the blue “Enable” button for that Skill.
You should be able to start using the Bible App immediately.
About the Bible App
The Bible App has been installed on more than 195 million unique devices, all over the world. Developed by YouVersion, the Bible App offers more than 1,200 Bible versions, in more than 880 languages. And it’s always completely free.
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You probably already know that Bible Plans are one of the best ways you can engage with the Bible every day, giving you just a few passages for each day’s reading. You probably also know that many of your favorite Bible versions are available for you to download to your device. But did you know that many Bible Plans are also available offline?
That means that even during those times when you’re away from Wi-Fi or you can’t connect to your service provider — on the subway, on an airplane, or just when you’re “getting away from it all” — you can still keep up with your current Bible Plan.
Here’s all you need to do:
Sometime when you are connected, download one of your favorite Bible versions (here’s how). Then subscribe to one — or more — Bible plans (here’s how). Downloaded Bible versions are stored on your device, as well as the data for any Bible Plans you’ve subscribed to.* The Bible App keeps track of which days you complete offline, then syncs them with your online account the next time you’re connected again — all in the background.
*Before you can use Offline Bible Plans, make sure you have the most current version of the Bible App installed. Some older versions of Android and iOS may not be supported. Downloaded Bible versions contain only the text. Each downloaded Bible uses less than 0.2 GB of storage on your device. Not all Bible versions are available for download. Downloaded Bible Plans contain only the devotional portion. Most other functions (e.g., search, videos, image files, audio files, etc.) still require an Internet connection.