Olive Tree Bible public beta now available for S60 5th Edition devices

Olive Tree Bible public beta now available for S60 5th Edition devices

In between time spent with the Nokia N900, I have been playing a bit with a beta version of Olive Tree Bible Reader for the Nokia N97/S60 5th Edition devices. The folks at Olive Tree Bible Software have now opened up the beta (sis download file) to the public so you can all try it out on your device and give them feedback on the program. Don’t forget you have a few days left to enter my Nokia N97 contest and I see there are some great entries now in my inbox.

In my testing of the application, I find it to easily be the best Bible application running on S60 5th Edition devices and am extremely pleased to see them devoting resources to continued development. This open public beta should get many more beta testers in the pipe providing feedback to make the program even better. I like how all the resources you purchase are accessible from multiple devices and platforms via their online library system where you can download purchased titles to your specific device for offline reading and study.

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12 Comments to Olive Tree Bible public beta now available for S60 5th Edition devices

James Little
October 27, 2009

I have yet to try the Symbian 5th edition, but the amount of different translations that they offer is incredible. They have my personal favorite, the NRSV, and some that would be fun to have: Esperanto!

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Bazil
October 30, 2009

I really cannot see the point behind all those Bible and Quaran applications. Come on guys, we are on the 21st century, are there still people who believe that those books were written by the God himself?

Sami
January 13, 2010

Dear Bazil,

the Bible is the best selling book today and has always been.
Read it with open mind and you will probably understand why.

Stephen
February 9, 2010

are there other translations available apart from king james for the s60 5th edition software? If so where can i get it?

leo
April 25, 2010

why i can’t install the application… it always prompted me files is corrupted

Bello Babatunde
May 13, 2010

Hi Brazil, have you ever read the Bible? If you have not, then, you might not know. Try reading the book of Genesis chapters 1,2 and 3 and also the books of 1 & 2 Timothy, then, God would have revealed Himself to you and then you WILL KNOW THAT BY HIMSELF HAD HE WRITTEN THE BIBLE.

Bello Babatunde (BT)
May 13, 2010

Hi Brazil, have you ever read the Bible? If you have not, then, you might not know. Try reading the book of Genesis chapters 1,2 and 3 and also the books of 1 & 2 Timothy, then, God would have revealed Himself to you and then you WILL KNOW THAT BY HIMSELF HAD HE WRITTEN THE BIBLE. Have a blessed day.

Jen
July 29, 2010

Will this Bible work in Nokia N900 too.

Bethrand
March 31, 2011

I want to download bible on my phone nokia n900

Billy
June 13, 2011

So wonderful. Works very well on my Nokia N8. Will appreciate more translations. Good job!

ken
March 1, 2012

I would very much love a version for the N9. I love my phone, but miss my Olive Tree :(


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