I am using these apps for Bible study. Hope these apps help you you to study Bible.
1. MySword (Android)
With MySword, you can study the Bible, compare different translations, lookup Strong’s Hebrew and Greek Lexicon, read popular commentaries, Bible dictionaries, books, maps, and even write your own insights and study notes directly on your Android device offline (the Internet connection is only needed when downloading modules). Bible study has never been this fun and easy.
2. Olive Tree (iOS and Android)
Free? Check. Highlighting? Check. Note-taking? Check. Commentaries? Check. Dictionary? Check. Maps? Check. Olive Tree is another rich app that links your Bible reading to a generous supply of resources. Something extraordinary about Olive Tree is that all of these features are available offline, without an internet connection. With KJV and ESV already loaded on the software, Olive Tree users have access to over 100 free resources, with even more versions, commentaries, and other study goodies available for in-app purchase. And of course, your favorite Rose Publishing products can be included in your Olive Tree library for easy studying!
3. Blue Letter Bible (iOS and Android)
The Blue Letter Bible app comes with the KJV and ASV, and having an internet connection will open up 30 free versions/translations as well as a Hebrew/Greek lexicon. The strengths of Blue Letter Bible are the cross referencing abilities–when you read scriptures about Paul’s travels, you can access a map that shows you his paths and destinations. Now you can access FREE Rose Publishing maps through Blue Letter Bible as well! Blue Letter Bible’s free app is format-rich: did we mention there are audio-commentaries you can listen to while you’re on a run or doing your morning commute? You can even listen to the audio-Bible. Want to customize the app for readability? You have the flexibility to change the text size for easy reading and even personalize the colors and font.
4. Logos (iOS and Android)
Another amazing free app, Logos opens up portals of information for any avid Bible student, and is much more than an app. Creating an account allows you to make your own notes, highlight scripture, access devotionals, and create your own library with over 40 free supplemental books. Through the app, you can purchase even more books and tools to add to your library. “Logos is more than just Bible software. It is an electronic library that integrates knowledge and allows the user to manipulate information in so many different ways. Logos treats books as data, it actually indexes every book. As data, each book is integrated in their database software, which is the strongest characteristic of the system. This allows the user to perform simple searches of themes or words, or incredibly complex linguistic searches in different languages, Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek, Latin, English, Spanish, and many, many more.” – Benjamin G., Rose Writer & Editor and Adjunct Professor
5. Bible.is (iOS and Android)
Bible.is is praised for it’s versatility in the multi-media category. Don’t just READ the Bible — you can now SEE it thanks to the JESUS Film Project and HEAR it with the audio Bible. Great for teaching and supplementing your lesson plans: “I like the audio feature on this App. It’s relaxing and encouraging to just listen to the Word. The voices are dramatized and really add a great effect when I teach Sunday School.” – Amy B., Rose Staffer and Sunday School Teacher In addition, Bible.is offers more language and translation options than any other mobile app.