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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Dammit Cubs, Jul 14, 2008.
Now I don't have to bring my Bible to church, just my iphone.
Remember to put your phone on vibrate.
That might be considered kinky.
Yes, in fact there seem to be quite a few.
Of course, you might get the occasional unfriendly glance by someone who thinks you're playing with your phone in church.
I'm having trouble figuring out why this thread is funny.
Might that be because you are religious?
Funniness is probably relative to your faith.
I have none, so bible apps are quite amusing to me.
<go directly to hell, do not pass go, do not collect $200>
Doesn't surprise me in the least. There have been multiple Bible apps for Palm OS for years. Not interested myself but it seems like a valuable reference for those that are.
I see this as no more odd or funny than the horoscope app.
There are tons of bible apps actually, I'm quite surprised. I expected the first bible "app" mealy to be the bible as an ebook.
Do they charge for these apps? I'd simply hate to see the good lords name used for profit http://up.*************/files/1/Images/Smilies/Dogeyes.gif
There are a few bible apps out there. Check out the app called King James Mobible. You can geo-tag where you break each of the 10 commandments. It's great.
No it's free.
Currently at No72 in the Top Free Apps chart.
That is one of the strangest things I have ever read.
So if I were to be coveting my neigbour's ass in Old Compton Street
I could just use this handy little app?
why the LOL? do you know how many people read the bible? of course, wouldnt expect more from a cubs fan jk
Yep, it's the first app I got.
It' s free and it's got many versions on it (including NIV and The Message).
It doesn't actually store the books on your iPhone but connects (very quickly) to YouVersion.com to get the book you want.
I've used a number of Bible apps on Windows Mobile and Palm OS. The NIV is not usually free.
You do realise that shops sell paper Bibles rather than give them away.
There's been a Bible app in Installer since Oct last year, where have you all been
Nope, not the reason.
So you are gay???
Or would that exclude me from finding the "10 Thou Shallt Nots app" useful?
I'm sure there are a lot of people out there that wouldn't find this thread to be funny. To each their own.
so, is the app actually any good?
and it's an outrage!
If it's anything like the Bible, it get a little boring after the first few pages.
Boring! What are you talking about? You obviously didn't get to the part with all the sex, violence and racial bigotry
...and the slavery, and the bits about killing all children who have ever been disrespectful to their parents, and the fact that all shellfish is an abomination.
Yep, it's a real riveting read.
I bet there are a queue of suicide bombers in Palestine just waiting for the iKoran app. Just think: an eReader and a detonating device in one!
We have a political forum for good reason. This thread is now closed and in future, please let those who enjoy using such apps alone.