It comes with three translations free (The World English Bible, American Standard Version and King James Version), with a fourth offered as an in-app purchase for an additional $1.99. The website says more versions are coming soon.
According to a post in a Fast Company email, NeuBible was designed by ex-Apple designer Kory Westerhold and Yahoo Design Director, Aaron Martin.
I’m thrilled to give this new Bible app’s simplicity a try.
Like I said, I’ve only just downloaded it, but I think I am going to love the easy search, and that I can simply change the screen’s brightness from day to evening without leaving the app, as well as change the font size, font and even change the line spacing.
It looks pretty cool. This just might be another tool to add to the toolkit for an upcoming Bible in 90 Days read through…