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Bible App by Olive Tree

Bible App by Olive Tree

HarperCollins Christian Publishing

Study the Holy Bible Offline for Free, No Ads. KJV, NIV, ESV Bibles included.

4.7 Ratings 324K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads
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323.8K+ Ratings
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  • Nothing else compares. Its the bible app you always wanted. Oct 18, 2019

    By Madhattersam
    I’ve been using this app for several years now. I love the resources that tag to verses. I learn so much more with the commentaries and dictionaries I’ve purchased over the years. One new feature (or new to me) is the audio piece. Dear developer and who ever thought this up, THANK YOU!! I had been buying audio bibles by the book in iBooks ( way more expensive) because all audio bibles go by track numbers. -which drove me absolutely nuts! But you actually made it not only down to the book but to the verse! That was worth buying the complete audio bible all over again. Even in the iBooks, the smaller books were often lumped together so it was hard to simply listen to say Galatians. Best of all, I carry an entire library with me in my pocket where ever I go. I love to dig into the historical meaning of scripture. Especially when I don't understand something. This app lets me cross reference dozens of books in an instant and get a better understanding of it. This is great for those extra content study bibles like archeology study bible or thomspons chain reference. I dont have to worry about buying the right version of those now. I can point the study notes to what ever version I feel like reading. I still have a physical copy of the bible. But it collects dust now. This app is my go-to. Way to go for a superior app. Keep up the awesome work!
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  • Sep 12, 2020

    By Odii Ariwodo
    It has been an amazing experience. I've had this app for more than a year now and I love it. It's excellent for study because of all the resources available, and you can copy and paste with not just the reference but also with the version. For writers, it's great to be able to use it as a resource and a quotable source. Its imperfection is easy enough to endure, but it is imperfect, that is why I gave 4 stars rather than 5.
    more
  • Intuitive Inspiration Jan 5, 2019

    By TtypeFKB
    Having cultivated a relationship with Christ through a diligent search featuring rigid structure, I initially felt the usage of phone applications for study and revelation of God’s Word to be an abomination. Only after the concept of Grace so beautifully washed over my spirit to totally usurp the dominant reign of condemnation that I had struggled under for many years, was I able to let my tattered KJV rest and embrace the use of such applications. Spiritually conditioned to search deep and expect the best was certainly a regimen that would prove worthy in the endeavor to find the application of choice, as shadow boxing never seemed a fruitful choice for due diligence. But, I loved the applications’ titling and, well, the doggone icon just looked cool. So, it was the first I chose. All joking aside, I have looked at others, but find the intuitive ease of this application’s navigation system to be the featured component that has caused me to retain it as a loyal reader’s companion. The upgrades along the way have never disappointed me and I utilize the copy/paste functions over multiple operating platforms and myriad software programs, quickly enabling me to send my own revelations to others or pose pondering to my spiritual mentors. Thank you, Olive Tree, for continuing your great work spreading the Word of God to our technical world.
    more
  • Sep 12, 2020

    By Chad W Smith
    The Android app is great. The Windows app *was* great, but they dropped support for non-Microsoft Store versions - which makes me not want to invest in my library here anymore. But if you are just looking for a good Bible study app for your phone or tablet - you won't go wrong here. If you are looking for a long-term Bible study library system - I would suggest WordSearch or Logos (which both have good Android apps as well).
    more
  • Whatever is excellent, whatever is note worthy... Jul 31, 2018

    By Gralarry2
    I use this Bible application every day along with one of the commentaries to gain additional historical insight into the scripture. I find this to be exceedingly helpful in that I do not always understand the background of many passages of Scripture, particularly the old testament as that is what I am reading now. I am hoping to continue this practice throughout the Old Testament and the New Testament. Though there are some advantages to other biblical apps, this is the one I use daily. For that reason I would wholeheartedly recommend this app to anybody who wishes to gain more insight and knowledge of the Scriptures! In all of my reading, I have come to the conclusion that the word of God is truly able to change a man’s heart at a very deep level. I have yet to see anyone who reads the Scriptures and does not come away with being somewhat changed by them to the extent that they are studied. It is just one more proof to me of their divine origins! The human race has been greatly blessed because of the Scriptures and without them our society would have indeed been very dark and dismal. But they will not help you unless you read them. So try out this app and see if it doesn’t help you with that. May your Bible reading be blessed and you’re worthy prayers being answered!
    more
  • Sep 11, 2020

    By Mark Adams
    I remember when Olive tree bible app was an amazing bible app but now its just to cluttered with this & that. Just way to busy, not the way a bible app should be. I've had to move on to a more usable Bible app. Sometimes way to much gets cramned into software. I mean its on a phone so should be easy to view on the go. I can now listen to Gods word without purchasing additional only audio Bibles in high quality. Loved Olive Tree back in the day. Its not about money.
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  1. Personal Bible study for the new or experienced believer. Solitary note-taking and meditation encourages a deeper look inward for spiritual meaning
  2. Draw spiritual strength from a social network by sharing the Bible with one tap from inside the app
  3. NIV, KJV, ESV, and NKJV available on-demand - even offline - as well as over 100 free study resources

Reviewed by Laura S on December 19, 2017

  • Nothing else compares. Its the bible app you always wanted. Oct 18, 2019

    By Madhattersam
    I’ve been using this app for several years now. I love the resources that tag to verses. I learn so much more with the commentaries and dictionaries I’ve purchased over the years. One new feature (or new to me) is the audio piece. Dear developer and who ever thought this up, THANK YOU!! I had been buying audio bibles by the book in iBooks ( way more expensive) because all audio bibles go by track numbers. -which drove me absolutely nuts! But you actually made it not only down to the book but to the verse! That was worth buying the complete audio bible all over again. Even in the iBooks, the smaller books were often lumped together so it was hard to simply listen to say Galatians. Best of all, I carry an entire library with me in my pocket where ever I go. I love to dig into the historical meaning of scripture. Especially when I don't understand something. This app lets me cross reference dozens of books in an instant and get a better understanding of it. This is great for those extra content study bibles like archeology study bible or thomspons chain reference. I dont have to worry about buying the right version of those now. I can point the study notes to what ever version I feel like reading. I still have a physical copy of the bible. But it collects dust now. This app is my go-to. Way to go for a superior app. Keep up the awesome work!
    more
  • Intuitive Inspiration Jan 5, 2019

    By TtypeFKB
    Having cultivated a relationship with Christ through a diligent search featuring rigid structure, I initially felt the usage of phone applications for study and revelation of God’s Word to be an abomination. Only after the concept of Grace so beautifully washed over my spirit to totally usurp the dominant reign of condemnation that I had struggled under for many years, was I able to let my tattered KJV rest and embrace the use of such applications. Spiritually conditioned to search deep and expect the best was certainly a regimen that would prove worthy in the endeavor to find the application of choice, as shadow boxing never seemed a fruitful choice for due diligence. But, I loved the applications’ titling and, well, the doggone icon just looked cool. So, it was the first I chose. All joking aside, I have looked at others, but find the intuitive ease of this application’s navigation system to be the featured component that has caused me to retain it as a loyal reader’s companion. The upgrades along the way have never disappointed me and I utilize the copy/paste functions over multiple operating platforms and myriad software programs, quickly enabling me to send my own revelations to others or pose pondering to my spiritual mentors. Thank you, Olive Tree, for continuing your great work spreading the Word of God to our technical world.
    more
  • Sep 12, 2020

    By Chad W Smith
    The Android app is great. The Windows app *was* great, but they dropped support for non-Microsoft Store versions - which makes me not want to invest in my library here anymore. But if you are just looking for a good Bible study app for your phone or tablet - you won't go wrong here. If you are looking for a long-term Bible study library system - I would suggest WordSearch or Logos (which both have good Android apps as well).
    more
  • Whatever is excellent, whatever is note worthy... Jul 31, 2018

    By Gralarry2
    I use this Bible application every day along with one of the commentaries to gain additional historical insight into the scripture. I find this to be exceedingly helpful in that I do not always understand the background of many passages of Scripture, particularly the old testament as that is what I am reading now. I am hoping to continue this practice throughout the Old Testament and the New Testament. Though there are some advantages to other biblical apps, this is the one I use daily. For that reason I would wholeheartedly recommend this app to anybody who wishes to gain more insight and knowledge of the Scriptures! In all of my reading, I have come to the conclusion that the word of God is truly able to change a man’s heart at a very deep level. I have yet to see anyone who reads the Scriptures and does not come away with being somewhat changed by them to the extent that they are studied. It is just one more proof to me of their divine origins! The human race has been greatly blessed because of the Scriptures and without them our society would have indeed been very dark and dismal. But they will not help you unless you read them. So try out this app and see if it doesn’t help you with that. May your Bible reading be blessed and you’re worthy prayers being answered!
    more
  • Sep 16, 2020

    By Arbern Lim
    Excellent Bible study tool. Picks up from where you were last reading across multiple devices, wherever! Wide selection of resources from the Olive Tree Store. An app for Christ's Greater Glory! One thing though, when you "Hide and Archive" unnecessary books from the Library, it annoyingly keeps resurrecting back (e.g. I didn't need the other Bible versions). Would be great if it has a function where you can keep them from popping up again and keep the Library uncluttered.
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  • Sep 12, 2020

    By Odii Ariwodo
    It has been an amazing experience. I've had this app for more than a year now and I love it. It's excellent for study because of all the resources available, and you can copy and paste with not just the reference but also with the version. For writers, it's great to be able to use it as a resource and a quotable source. Its imperfection is easy enough to endure, but it is imperfect, that is why I gave 4 stars rather than 5.
    more
  • Sep 18, 2020

    By Marineth Gonzales
    I like the smooth feature of the App. And I was enjoying studying the Word with many resources available. I was happy with it. And the pop-up for cross references. There's only one problem I encounter when it stop pulling the Study Center. The Support team is responsive. Thank you.
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  • Sep 17, 2020

    By Brian Miller
    Replaced abandonwear with OT in June. Response time was fast on Samsung S10e with 256mb internal storage so I purchased $70 of content. Soon it was crashing on my S10 in parallel mode until uninstalled-reinstalled. After 4 mos a Chrome update was crashing on Samsung Tab A (2016) 10.1. OT also crashed whether in parallel mode or not, but still working on my phone. Samsung browser, email, other web apps OK. Uninstalled and reinstalled OT, still crashed. After 2nd Chrome update OT now OK(??).
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  • Bible Study app Nov 25, 2018

    By iaboG
    I have read through the Bible now for over 25 years. I have used this program for over 5 years. I get concerned about every update. I accidentally updated on my phone a couple of years ago, but every update has been a challenge to get used to. This last one I don’t like not seeing the projected end date. I still have the older version on my iPad. The only reason I continue using the app and trying to adjust to the changes is because I’m committed to reading God’s Word every morning. Part 2 I have discovered another thing I miss. On the older version, when I select reading plans it shows My Plans and has a list of all the times I have completed a plan. I am finishing my 6th year of reading Life Journal in this app. Before that I was using the Victory Bible Reading Plan from Omega Ministries for over 20 years. I do like the ability to have a Bible app on my iPad and iPhone that has a good through the Bible in a year plan. This has been a plus for me. I haven’t found any Bible apps that have a Bible reading plan that I like as well as Life Journal. I have other Bible apps, but this is the one I use the most. I have just struggled with some of the changes that are made.
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  • Sep 5, 2020

    By N Chinjen
    Highlights Don't Show Up Been using for years, very happy with OliveTree app but i noticed that this app for android is more "buggy" than the app for iphones and ipads. Latest one is missing highlights on all bible texts - on newly created ones. They are saved & are synched on other devices but they are missing from my Samsung note 10+ even after latest update. Not a big concern but i thought developers might want to know about this problem.
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  • Sep 11, 2020

    By Philip Prevost
    Everything is too expensive. I may pony up 20 dollars just to get wuests expanded translation. But his Greek commentary is 99 dollars!! Forget it. I have it on my e-sword on my laptop. I may buy the paperback. Who knows eventually I may buy it for the 99 bucks for the sheer convenience of it since I already have Robertson's word pictures on another Bible app but that one was free. It beats me that olive tree wants to charge on free uncopyrighted modules. But they may have me on the wuest stuff.
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  • Sep 5, 2020

    By Michael Kwan
    Too many problems. Everything seems to be just a bit off. Often the loading takes forever; you can't stop the reading plan notifications even though you finished the plan and deleted the plan, etc.
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  • Sep 11, 2020

    By Mark Adams
    I remember when Olive tree bible app was an amazing bible app but now its just to cluttered with this & that. Just way to busy, not the way a bible app should be. I've had to move on to a more usable Bible app. Sometimes way to much gets cramned into software. I mean its on a phone so should be easy to view on the go. I can now listen to Gods word without purchasing additional only audio Bibles in high quality. Loved Olive Tree back in the day. Its not about money.
    more

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