BibleScope with The Message and ERV contains the ERV translation as default along with six other translations as default. There are also dozens of translations and commentaries available for free download, along with a handful available as in-app purchases, making it one of the most comprehensive apps in terms of translation selections.
Users can search for keywords or phrases to find a passage they're looking for, or they can use the Easton's dictionary for an authentic Bible definition.
The verse history option allows you to keep track of all the verses that you've looked at recently, so you can easily retrieve them any time. Bookmarking functions are also available along with folder options that allow you to bunch of verses together.
This app features a beautiful interface that works both in portrait and landscape modes. The landscape mode is particularly useful on the iPad, where the split-screen view allows for you to read the commentary alongside the translation of your choice.
There's a wheel dial which lets you select the chapter or book of the Bible that you want to navigate to.
Users can also adjust the background, font size, font style, and font color to have the optimal reading experience. You can also highlight passages of your choice.
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