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How do I download a Bible for reading offline?

KatieHall
posted this on June 21, 2012, 15:38

Yes, a number of Bible translations can be read in the app while you’re offline. To do so, you must first download these versions of the Bible to your device. To download a translation, follow the instructions below:

  1. First open your app and tap on the menu icon in the top left hand corner to display the menu.
  2. Select "Bible" from the list of options in the menu.
  3. Once in the Bible view, you should see the translation abbreviation toward the top left hand corner of the screen. Select this to pull up the translation list.
  4. Once in the translation list, you will see that to the right of some translations are green circles or squares with upside down arrows within.
  5. Tap on this, and you will be brought to another screen with the translation's title and a download now button/link. Tap this to download the translation.
  6. When the download is complete you will be brought back to the translation list, and an open Bible icon will now display to the right of the translation indicating that it has been downloaded.

For reference, the following list includes the English and Spanish translations that are available to download.

1599 Geneva Bible
21st Century King James Version
American Standard Version
Darby Translation
Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition
Easy-to-Read Version
King James Version
Lexham English Bible
Mounce Reverse-Interlinear New Testament
New English Translation
Orthodox Jewish Bible
Wycliffe Bible
Young’s Literal Translation
Reina-Valera Antigua

Please note that Bible Gateway is honored to work with many gracious Bible publishers to distribute the Bible for free in numerous languages and translations. We license the Bible texts from the publishers, who own the copyrights for each of the Bible translations, and only display those translations for which we have permission. Some publishers prefer that we do not include their Bible translation for download in the Bible Gateway App, even though they feel comfortable licensing it to us for use on the website and to stream on the app.

 

 
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