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BibleReader is a free mobile application that brings hundreds of free and premium biblical resources to your fingertips. Say you want to open your Bible to a specific place - not just the third chapter of the book of John, but John 3:16 exactly. BibleReader's Verse Chooser lets you navigate quickly to any verse in the Bible. Suppose you wonder how the word "spirit" is used throughout the Bible. BibleReader's search function lets you look up every occurrence of the word... More info »

Alternative names for BibleReader: Bible+

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