This week, Amazon announced the release of their new Kindles, with the company moving mainly to touch screen (though non-touch screen will still be available) and even announcing the release of their high-octane Kindle Fire.
As you can see in the picture above (click on the pic to enlarge), the prices range from $79 for the most basic Kindle and $199 for the most advanced product, the Kindle Fire. Continue reading
I’ve had an iPad now for coming close to a year. It’s becoming an all-purpose device for me with regards to Bible reading, journaling, reading books, preaching from and communication device.
Mark Stevens, over at Near Emmaus, just purchased one and was asking for some of the better apps we all liked. I am no app-junky who downloads hundreds of apps, but I did list my top 10.
So here are my top 10 apps on my iPad (though not in any particular order, rather than the Kindle app being first): Continue reading
First off, for Christmas, I was blessed to be able to purchase an iPhone for the first time. I have had an iPod Touch for the past two and a half years, which has been nice, but I now have an ‘upgrade’. Now, it is a used 3GS, rather than a new 4G, but that is just fine with me.
Also, for those with an iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad, Skype just released a new version of their app that now supports video. Before you could only use it as a phone service on your iOS devices. Now it can be used as a video-phone.
The full ESV Bible is now available for free for your iPhone or iPod Touch. And the great thing (besides it being free) is that you don’t even have to be connected to the internet to gain access to the application and its features.
Some of the features include:
- Cross references and footnotes
- Comprehensive concordance
- Making your own notes in the application
- Highlighting verses and saving those markers
- And other such features
You can download the ESV application from iTunes.