Good to find experienced and experiencing iPad people

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions - Site Assistance' started by fharwood, Jul 31, 2010.

  1. fharwood

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    iPF Noob

    Jul 30, 2010
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    Just getting my apps organized and asked the web for help and they led me to your community. I've already picked up some great tips. Thanks.

    I'm using my 3G ipad as book reader, bible study tool, web surfer, notetaker, cooking tool, photo album, math researcher/tool, mail surfer, additional projector source and life extender for my Macbook Pro. (And I have a few games. . . ) Looking for the camera kit but have the external keyboard and projector connector. Love the stylus and the larger keyboard on the screen. Phones are too small for my weaker eyes. Sigh.

    Question for the Christians in the community: What do you use for Bibles and Bible study et al?

    I have Olive Tree (great stuff) and Logos (but await the Accordance app as that is what is on my other computers). I also have the ESV app, Holy Bible and several music apps (HouseFM and Worship Music) .
  2. iPadCharlie

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    iPad Super Guru

    Jun 19, 2010
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    There are several versions out there. The one I use the most is by Paul Avery. Unfortunately it is not an "HD" version made for the iPad. I like it because it is easy to search, but the main reason is that you have your choice of the King James version, but also included are the Byzantine Greek version, New English Translation version, Reina Valera 1909 version and the Wescott-Hort Greek version. Several other versions are available for download as well.

    A very good King James HD version is from DMBC.

    And by the way, I am Jewish!

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