“SafeBible” includes many copies of the Bible free of charge. It does not advertise within the App. And, it does not use the App to sell other products or books.
Protects Your Privacy
“SafeBible” is designed to insure each reader’s anonymity. It collects no information about any user, or about any user’s device, or user’s location, or about any user’s use of the App.
Some governments, who are opposed to Christianity, attempt to block access to the Bible. They are not able to block “SafeBible”.
Easy to Use
“SafeBible” is very easy to use. Anyone can use it to study God’s Word without spending time learning to use the App.
“SafeBible” includes a concordance of all words in the Bible, and can be used for the search of one or more words. It responds instantly to any search.
For the benefit of those with very poor eyesight, “SafeBible” is able to present text in very large sizes, especially on larger devices. It can present verse text as large as 3/8 inch high on a 9-inch tablet.
“SafeBible” is designed to make it easy to publish the Bible in many languages. We plan to publish the Bible in as many languages as possible.
The “SafeBible” App is designed to insure every reader’s anonymity. It collects no information about any user, or about any user’s device, or any user’s location. Nor, does it perform any transactions over the Internet that can be blocked or monitored by a government opposed to Christianity.
To best of our knowledge, “SafeBible” is the only Bible App, which provides users with this degree of privacy. In fact, most other Bible Apps collect and store all of the information described here that “SafeBible” does not collect.
End User License
When you first registered with Google Play on your Android device, Google requested that you agree to their terms of service. This agreement covers your use of the “SafeBible” App.
When you first registered with the App Store on your Apple device, Apple requested that you agree to their End User License Agreement. This agreement covers your use of the “SafeBible” App.
The beta test of “Your Bible” commences on January 17, 2016. We welcome the thoughtful input from those who are skilled in using technology. But just as much, or even more, we value the thoughts of those who find technology awkward to use. Imagine at some future time that some aboriginal person might use “Your Bible” on their newly purchased tablet or Internet enabled TV. We want the app to be sufficiently easy to use that such a person will have no difficulty. We need your help to make this possible.
Testers with an Apple phone or tablet should open the App Store on their phone or tablet and install an app named ‘TestFlight’ from Apple. This app will enable you to test “Your Bible”.
Next, send an email to Gary Griswold at firstname.lastname@example.org, so you can be registered with Apple as a tester.
You will receive an email from the iTunes Store (email@example.com). In the email click on the button titled ‘Start Testing’. This will display a page about the “Your Bible” App. Install it.
Testers with an android phone or tablet simply need to click on the following link: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.shortsands.bibleapp
This will take you to a page where you can install the “Your Bible” App.
Comments by testers can be sent to Gary Griswold at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is possible on many phones and tablets to take a picture of the screen by holding down the on/off button and clicking the main button on the face at the same time.