We’re pleased to announce two new audio versions of the Bible, available in the Bible App™ right now. Try the New Testament of the popular Reina-Valera 1960 (RVR60) in Spanish, or the modern Chinese New Version (CNV and CNVS) in Mandarin.
Because it’s such a popular translation among Spanish-speaking Christians worldwide, we’re very excited to offer a New Testament audio version of the 1960 update of the Reina-Valera. The Chinese New Version of the Bible is a similar story. First available in 1992, the CNVS and CNV have grown in popularity ever since, particularly among readers seeking a more modern translation in common, “everyday” language.
If you haven’t experienced an audio Bible in your heart language yet, we’d encourage you to explore the versions list in the Bible App. Just look for the speaker icon for audio versions you can listen to as you commute, work, or exercise.*
*Audio Bibles use streaming audio, so be aware of your service provider’s data restrictions. For the best audio Bible experience, we recommend a Wi-Fi connection.
Here’s How to Listen…
Inside the Bible App:
- Go to the Bible Reader.
(In most versions, you get there by selecting “Bible” from the main dashboard screen.)
- Tap the “short code” abbreviation for the currently-selected Bible version. The list of all available Bibles displays.
- Reina-Valera 1960: Select Español for the language, then select “Reina-Valera 1960.”
CNVS: Select 简体中文 for the language, then select “CNVS 新译本（简体字版）.”
CNV: Select 繁體中文 for the language, then select “CNV 新譯本（繁體字版）.”
- Back in the Bible Reader, tap the speaker icon.
- When the audio controls display, tap the play button.
To learn more, visit YouVersion’s support site and select your platform (left) and language (bottom). Look under “Other Features” for “How do I listen to audio?”
This post is also available in: Spanish Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional)