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Top 5 Kindle Bible Apps

Updated on September 13, 2014

Best Bible Kindle Apps

An addition to thousands of books, apps and games, the Kindle also has an app for The Holy Bible. With the Holy Bible on your Kindle you are free to read your Bible anywhere, anytime.

Below are several of the most popular versions of the Holy Bible. With just a few clicks you can be reading your Bible on your Kindle and enjoying the features associated with each one. Most include footnotes, references, maps, bible studies and more.

Kindle Holy Bible NIV Version

The New International Version Holy Bible is available for Kindle readers. The NIV version has been converted to the English language making it easier to read. This Kindle NIV Holy Bible has numbered footnotes that allow you quickly turn to the footnote and return back to your page quickly and easily.

The Holy Bible for Kindle - Bible for the Kindle and other eReaders

The Bible - The Holy Bible Formatted for Your eReader allows you to read The Holy Bible on any Kindle edition eReader or iPad. This edition was the #1 selling Kindle Bible in 2010 and 2012 according to Amazon. It includes the old and new testament with chapter and verse navigation

The Message Remix 2.0: The Bible in Contemporary Language

The Message Remix 2.0: The Bible in Contemporary Language is written in the English language to help readers navigate through The Holy Bible quickly and easily. It has several features including expanded intros, maps, and more.

Holy Bible, New King James Version (NKJV)

The Holy Bible, New King James Version for your Kindle - includes parrallel passages, footnotes, New King James Translator's notes, cross-references, and many more features.

Read the Bible in One year with the The NKJV Daily Devotional Bible

The NKJV Daily Bible: Devotional Insights from Charles F. Stanley is set up to allow you to read the Bible in one year on your Kindle. The daily devotionals are broke up into lessons that allow you to learn Gods word with just 15 minutes a day.

How Do You Prefer to Read the Bible?

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What Are Your Thoughts on The Holy Bibles for Kindles?

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      anakainoo 3 years ago

      The following is fun free Kindle Bible app for kids. Along with a full Bible (audio and text of the New Living Translation) it also includes videos, Bible trivia, Bible wordsearch, Bible character profiles, Bible related questions and answers all within the Bible. You can also make your own notes and upload your photos to personalize the Bible. It is called the Superbook Kids Bible, Video & Games app and is available for free in the Amazon app store.

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      Loretta Livingstone 4 years ago from Chilterns, UK.

      I got one for my iPad, but found it less easy to fiddle around with the pages than my normal Bible, however it is very useful to take on holiday as it takes up so much less space. Possibly it would be easier to use on Kindle though.

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      Tony Bonura 4 years ago from Tickfaw, Louisiana

      I have a couple of versions on my Kindle Keyboard: the KJV, the NKJV and the NIV. I have these plus the Scofield study version on one of my tablets.

      TonyB

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      Sharon Berry 4 years ago from Michigan

      I'm still saving to buy a Kindle and when I get mine, the Bible will be the first book I put on it. I'm thinking the New King James Version... Nicely done lens, thanks.

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      BookLoverFrank 4 years ago

      My thoughts on the Holy Bible for Kindle? Absolutely the best use a Kindle could ever be put to. (Is that bad English, or what?) Thanks for this great list on a super lens. You set a fine example. I'm impressed.

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      alexbricker 4 years ago

      You can even read from your smartphone using the "Kindle App." Great lens info! Thanks.

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      rdcbizz 4 years ago

      A Kindle is a convenient part of a Daily Bible Reading Plan.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      There is now a Bible app for e-ink Kindles of the King James Version called KJV Bible. Unlike the e-books above, it's an app (Kindle Active Content) and has been designed specifically for Bibles by Miklal Software Solutions. This results in a nice user experience for navigating, searching, viewing annotations, etc. according to the Bible's book/chapter/verse structure.

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      joeyoung lm 4 years ago

      I agree. Taking the Word of God with you anywhere is incredible. Open your Kindle and walla! A perfect way to keep it handy!

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      Beverly Lemley 5 years ago from Raleigh, NC

      I like that you can take the Holy Word with you anywhere ~ how cool is that?! SquidAngel blessed! B : )