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The Holy Bible, King James Version (KJV) with Search Every Verse Navigation Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 2469 KB
  • Print Length: 2896 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: June 9, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0055ECOUA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
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189 of 197 people found the following review helpful By coasteray on December 14, 2011
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After searching around for a decent KJV e-version, I finally decided to try this one out. A $1.69 price was pretty easy to handle. Here's my long-winded and detailed analysis.

It's very easy to navigate to any book, chapter, and verse by simply starting to type where you want to go to. You don't even have to have to push the large space bar to bring up the search box at the bottom of the screen. Just start typing. Use the first three letters, or number/letter combination of the book, followed by the chapter number, a period, and then the verse number. Then push the enter button twice. Why? See the next paragraph.

For example, to go to James 3:3, you just type jam3.3 and push the enter button twice. Pushing it once takes you to that location page that just highlights the book/chapter/verse number. You push it the second time to actually go to it. To go to 1 Kings 2:5, you would type in 1ki2.5 and push enter twice. Bam, done! It's that fast. You can be in a NT book and instantly jump to an OT book in mere seconds, right down to the exact verse.

Remember, to short cut to use numbers, just hold down the ALT key while you use the top row of letters to get your numbers. So Q is 1, W is 2, etc., and P is 0 (zero).

Now of course, there is a TOC if you want to use that. It's very nice because it gives you all the chapters and well as the book names. Nice. If you click on the book name, you will be taken to the first page of that book where you'll once again see all of the chapter selections, so you can decide which chapter of the book you want there as well as the TOC.

I hope this next paragraph is not confusing.
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147 of 154 people found the following review helpful By Toji on June 13, 2011
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The King James translation is a classic one, and despite using old English, it is still very accessible today. I also believe the KJV to be the most poetical of all the translations and is a must read for everyone.

As for the Kindle formatting. I can't complain here. The biggest problem with most Kindle bibles is the bad navigation, but this one works very well because it has a very comprehensive and compact table of contents. The smart chapter headings make it a breeze to switch chapters by searching and I can do it faster on the Kindle than I can with a normal Bible.

For less than cost of a cup of coffee at Starbucks, I think this easily worth the purchase.
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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By gloria on February 6, 2012
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I just purchased the Kindle Touch yesterday and I was quite excited to be able to purchase low cost and even free books. I definitely wanted to have a KJV Bible with quick navigation. Initially, I just read a few reviews and decided to make the purchase. However, I found out rather quickly that most of the reviews had navigation tips for "keyboard" Kindles. It was a bit confusing trying to sort out the navigation on the Kindle Touch because there are no "ALT" keys on the virtual keyboard. With a lot of trial and error (and searching the reviews from customers who were using the Touch version of the Kindle,) I figured out the chapter/verse navigation. I hope this will save everyone with a Kindle Touch a lot of time with navigation. The following is a listing on how to navigate to chapters/verses of various types of books in the KJV bible as I have tried it on the Kindle Touch:

****To bring up the search bar, just tap the top of the screen once, tap to search and the virtual keyboard appears. The books you type will NOT need to be case sensitive (Hooray! A great time saver!)so just type away. Hit the enter key on the virtual keyboard. A highlighted portion of the verse will appear. Tap on highlighted area and it takes you to the chapter and/or verse.************

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67 of 70 people found the following review helpful By apollo2014 on April 26, 2012
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This eBible has GREAT navigation!! All the chapter numbers are listed at the beginning of each book, so it's easy to choose a book from the table of contents and then go immediately to the chapter you're looking for. And at the end of each chapter is a link to go back to the beginning of the book you're in, so you can go back to where all the chapters are listed and immediately choose a new chapter to go to. And at the beginning of each book is a link to go back to the table of contents where you can choose a different book to open. I'm probably making it sound confusing, but the navigation is really smooth and easy. Better than any other KJV eBible I've seen!

I knocked off one star because I noticed one place where a word was different in this eBible from what the actual KJV text has written. It's in Daniel 8:11. This eBible says "THE sanctuary" and the actual KJV text says "HIS sanctuary". This change isn't a big deal at all and it's hardly worth mentioning, but since I found one place where a word was changed I'm just wondering if there are other places where words have been switched as well.

Anyway, this eBible is definitely worth buying simply because the navigation is better than most, if not all, the other options out there!
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