This app has over 100 million downloads, and you’re probably not using it

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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 (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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Ken Gedgaud

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.

Charnita Detrece Morring-Fance

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

John

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

preband

Fikk denne i posten.Kanskje det er kjekt Ã¥ ha pÃ¥ ipaden,sÃ¥ 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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DMedici

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?

Dorai Ds

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

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