NKJV Bible by Olive Tree

NKJV Bible by Olive Tree

By HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc.

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2008-08-28
  • Current Version: 7.2.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 105.20 MB
  • Developer: HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 3,341 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
NKJV Bible by Olive Tree App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
From 3,341 Reviews
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NKJV Bible by Olive Tree App Description

NKJV Bible by Olive Tree is the best free Bible app for reading and studying God’s Holy Word! Do more than just read your Bible - take notes, highlights, and save passages and sync to all your devices. This free app features a powerful Resource Guide that links your Bible text with outstanding study Bibles, maps, commentaries, and more for an in-depth Bible study experience. Start a Bible reading plan and Bible will track your progress as you read through Scripture. Our unique split window allows you to create your own customized parallel Bible to easily compare Bible translations. Install now and explore over 100 more free titles! NKJV Bible by Olive Tree includes the New King James Version (NKJV), New International Version (NIV), King James Version (KJV), and English Standard Version (ESV), for free! You can also download dozens of free study resources. More translations and great study resources are available for purchase in-app. OFFLINE BIBLE STUDY Read and study whether you’re connected or not. Your library, notes, highlights and all of the app features are stored on your device so that you can use the app when you are offline or in airplane mode. CLOUD SYNC Sync your Bible study resources, highlights, notes, and save passages between any devices with Bible. POWERFUL RESOURCE GUIDE With our one-of-a-kind Resource Guide, perform powerful searches in your entire library: Bible commentaries, Bible dictionaries, and more. SIDE-BY-SIDE STUDY The split window feature allows you to create your own customized parallel Bible for translation comparison, view your study notes while you read, or follow along with a commentary while you study Scripture. IMMERSIVE BIBLE STUDY • Remove distractions by opening your books and Bibles in full screen and immerse yourself in Scripture.  • Night theme for easier reading in lowlight.  PERSONAL BIBLE STUDY • Highlight words and passages • Take your own personalized notes • Save your favorite passages  • Tag anything to find it quickly later • Select and copy text from any Bible or book in your library DAILY READING PLANS • Free downloadable reading plans on various topics, books of the Bible, or specific biblical characters • Sync your reading plan across your devices • Plans vary in length with options as short as 5 days to as long as three years! SOCIAL BIBLE STUDY Instantly share the Bible with your friends from inside the app. Tap on a verse to share it through Twitter or Facebook. OTHER BIBLE STUDY RESOURCES AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE IN-APP: • The Message, Amplified Bible, New American Standard Bible (NASB), New Living Translation (NLT), New Revised Standard Version (NRSV), and over 100 more! • Best-selling study Bibles: ESV Study Bible, NLT Study Bible, NIV Study Notes, NKJV Study Notes, Life Application Study Bible, Reformation Study Bible Notes • Word Study Bibles with Strong’s Numbers in NIV, KJV, ESV, NKJV, HCSB and NASB Bible translations • Commentaries and Study Tools: Vine’s Expository Dictionary, Expositor’s Bible Commentary; Olive Tree Bible Maps, Bible Knowledge Commentary, Zondervan Atlas of the Bible • Interlinear Bibles: Easily compare the Original Languages of the Bible with ESV, KJV, and NKJV Bible translations. • Harmony of the Gospels: Read through the life of Jesus chronologically with our unique Gospel harmonies. • Original language Bibles: Greek New Testament: NA28 & UBS-5; Hebrew Old Testament: BHS; Greek Old Testament: Septuaginta, LXX • Non-English Bibles including Spanish, Portuguese, German and more: Reina-Valera, Almeida Revista e Atualizada, Dios Habla Hoy, Luther Bibel 2017, Louis Segond AND MANY MORE!

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App Reviews

  • Frustrating update

    3
    By Skdmld
    I have been using this app for about 4t years. It has been useful in keeping notes and grouping related passages together with the feature called tags Unfortunately after this last update when I open tags and go to a saved topic that I have spent many hours saving ... it opens fine but when I close the verse instead of being able to see the next tag it goes to the last open screen and not the next tag . I then have to start over and open several windows to get to the next tag .... very frustrating. It’s like having notes saved in your bible for years and then you get up one morning and someone has move them to a different page ... this happened a couple years ago to .... This was especially frustrating as my wife was sick and passing and I wanted to share some verses with her but had a lot of trouble looking them up.
  • Olive Tree

    5
    By Basket Kathy
    I have used the Olive Tree App for many years on many devices. I most enjoy having the Bible available to read wherever I am. Olive Tree frequently has great sales to build your personal library. I recommend it.
  • Where is the Bible????

    1
    By Qwiley
    I don’t want cometary I don’t want to study Guide or plan I want to open up to a Bible with a glossary of the books of the Bible? What happened to just opening up an app and opening up the Bible and reading?!!!!
  • What happened?! 😬

    2
    By News Room
    This was my go to app, but since last update it’s been a (unfortunately) useless app. I also paid for a few Bible versions. Now all I see are distracting ads in the top of the drop down menu. I commit open the app, it crashes, slow load times. Not good. When corrected then I’ll be coming back to this app. Till then I cannot recommend the it. Please do the right thing, people have spent money. Thank you.
  • Awesome app

    5
    By Gar_1
    I've been using this app for 3-4 years. It worked great on my iPhone 3, and it works great on my iPhone 4. I like how I can read it in any font size I wish. It's also nice to be able to cut and paste verses to other apps like FB. I can switch to commentaries (additional purchase) from any verse and get an expanded explanation of the verse I'm reading. I've tried other bible apps, and always find myself using this app exclusively. Update 12/2027: Still really enjoy using this app. Upgraded to an iPhone 8, and new iPad Pro 10.5, and the app works great. All my highlights and notes transferred right over no problem. Most importantly my relationship with the Lord has continued to grow as a result of always having such an amazing study tool near by.
  • Whada’bout the rest?

    5
    By Agrammatos
    This is, in this reviewer’s opinion, the most well thought-out mobile Bible app—especially for tablets, but still very usable on a smartphone. The ‘Resource Guide’ that ‘automagically’ collects all of the pertinent information in a user’s resources/library for a particular passage is what really distinguishes it from other Bible apps when combined with a number of scholarly and semi-scholarly resources as part of a user’s library of resources. Some very good scholarly original language resources are available to go with a variety of ‘tagged’ original language texts. The latest version7 revision has some GUI improvements to the ‘look-and-feel’ of the UI. The main question that i have relative to this last comment is, as this review title states, “Whada’bout the rest?”, meaning, version 7 of the Olive Tree Bible Reader is *not* yet available for some of the particular versions of Olive Tree Bible Reader (e.g., NASB Bible+ and the Greek-Hebrew Original Language apps—to name just two). The best that this reviewer can determine is that it seems that only 3 of the 8 or so versions of this app are available in version 7. My other installations of other versions of the app are stuck in the past (last maintenance/feature release of version 6). When does Olive Tree expect to release version 7 of their other ‘flavors’ of this app?
  • Convenient

    5
    By MACBOOK PRO ASHLAND
    The app keeps track of my reading plan for me.
  • App stuck - never gets past splash

    2
    By iPhone News Junkie
    I have enjoyed the OliveTree app in the past for my Bible reading. However the latest update just sits there with the loading spinner. I’m running iOS 11.2 on an iPhone device. Please correct this so I may use your app again.
  • Useful Bible App

    3
    By Texmom92
    Updated Fall 2017 I do not enjoy this app as much as I used to. The latest version no longer has the ability to be read in landscape mode, the mode I prefer. Also, Olive Tree is constantly trying to sell more books. I'm constantly getting notifications that are really just advertisements. The latest edition even has a cart at top and center. I just want a few versions of the Bible on my phone, not a whole pastor's library. It's still a useful app, just not as good as it was. Original Review: I have no other app to compare it to, but I enjoy this bible app. My favorite feature is the search feature - it's like having a full concordance in my hand. Also, if I highlight a verse in one version, it's highlighted in all - good for favorite verses. Now if I just highlight a few words, they are only highlighted in that version. Also, I can flip from one version to another and stay at that verse. I can also switch to a commentary and see the comments on the passage I am reading and switch to my atlas and be at the part pertaining to the passage. Very helpful. I still have my old fashioned study bible, but I keep this handy for searches and of course it is with me everywhere I go - and I don't need wi-fi, it's all on my iPod touch. And when I upgraded to an iPhone, it was easy to make the transition with regular cloud backups with Olive Tree. Great Bible app.
  • Nice interface but some minor issues with iPad Pro 10.5

    4
    By KenDaTrumpetMan777
    Very nice interface and good content options. Would give 5 stars if horizontal scrolling didn’t hide text at the top and bottom edges and if the “One Year Bible” reading plan was available. Vertical scrolling works better on this iPad.

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