If you've ever wanted to read the Bible offline (while not connected to the internet) on your computer or mobile device, here's a great option for you.
This article by John Dyer at the Don't Eat the Fruit blog gives an overview of the Bible Browser app. A live demo can be viewed here. One thing to note when trying it out is that your web browser (Google Chrome in my case) may need to have a setting changed so it can run the app locally. Thankfully, the Bible Browser App reported this for me and gave a simple solution. Also of note, the app includes references to the ESV and NET Bibles in the mobile version, but they are not actually available (an error is given).
The Bible Browser includes 11 Bibles in 9 languages (Arabic, English, Greek, Spanish, Hebrew, Russian, Turkish, and Traditional and Simplified Chinese) and has other nifty features, such as Strong's word highlighting, search, and more. Check out the video on the blog post for more info.
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