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http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/27/technology/the-faithful-embrace-youversion-a-bible-app.html?pagewanted=all YouVersion was the first Bible app in the App Store; since 2008, it’s been downloaded over 100 million times and now includes over 600 Bible translations in 100 languages. “This is a remarkable tech startup by any measure,” Kleiner Perkins partner Chi-Hua Chien says.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/27/technology/the-faithful-embrace-youversion-a-bible-app.html?pagewanted=all

YouVersion was the first Bible app in the App Store; since 2008, it’s been downloaded over 100 million times and now includes over 600 Bible translations in 100 languages. “This is a remarkable tech startup by any measure,” Kleiner Perkins partner Chi-Hua Chien says.

  1. You are not using it because you have stopped believing in the middle eastern tribal folklore

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    1. Agreed. I stopped in 1951.

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  2. Y’all are cracked. I use it everyday.

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  3. More importantly, I’d like to wonder how many people, out of the 100 million who downloaded it with an empty-minded swipe of their finger, have gone to actually open and “use” the app themselves?

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  4. Fikk denne i posten.Kanskje det er kjekt å ha på ipaden,så bra ut. .. > > This app has over 100 million downloads, and you’re probably not using it > by Laura Hazard Owen > http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/27/technology/the-faithful-embrace-youversion-a-bible-app.html?pagewanted=all > > YouVersion was the first Bible app in the App Store (s AAPL); since 2008, it’s been downloaded over 100 million times and now includes over 600 Bible translations in 100 languages. “This is a remarkable tech startup by any measure,” Kleiner Perkins partner Chi-Hua Chien says >

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  5. Great app. Although I still primarily use a printed Bible, I find YouVersion valuable for comparing different translations of a passage.

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  6. Charnita Detrece Morring-Fance Tuesday, July 30, 2013

    YouVersion is great, but I prefer the Olive Tree Bible app.

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  7. I use it occasionally, but I also have Laridan, which I have used since my first Palm Pilot 3xe… something or other. I get a discount when I go to a new platform, and all the Bibles I already have transfer to the new platform without having to re-buy them.

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