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Best Bible reading experience
on August 9, 2013
Read the reviewer "Best Bible for the Kindle Fire", I don't even use all the features he lists, but by far, this is the best Bible reading experience I've had in my whole life. Be sure to make a note of his advice for when the Kindle needs a bit of maintenance work, he explains it nicely. I haven't had trouble with this app, but you never know in any app when you'll need this skill with the Kindle Fire.
Intuitively, one might assume a name like "Tecarta" would include maps. Some Bibles have them. I found some relevant ancient Israel area maps on the Internet, starting with the Exodus era, and sent them via charger cable to my Kindle Photos. Now I can better understand where the place names are.
I surely do love opening up the Kindle and reading this right where I left off, at my own pace, any time of day or night, no need to be near any Internet connection. And although some may argue with the accuracy or suitability of this particular translation as opposed to any other they may prefer, I am not concerned. It's clear and clean, I can stay awake reading it and progress through the material. The proofreading is for the most part dependable; I've spotted one section though with a few uncharacteristic run on words. I'm only up to Samuel but got tired of the little tickler notice to rate this app, though it's not pushy or full of itself.