Greek and Hebrew Study Bible

Greek and Hebrew Study Bible


Our goal is to get as much feedback as possible to make our Android version as good as possible. So if you have any issues please call us at 720-204-8214.

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We make studying the Bible a true joy!

The Greek and Hebrew Bible is the most complete study bible app for the iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad. And now after much demand it has been ported to the android!

And now with interlinear support!

As a Bible students, sometimes we want to simply read scripture and contemplate God's word. At other times, for example in a Bible Study with others, we might want to look at the original language or perform a word study. For some, there might be a need or desire to study and learn the original languages and word forms.

Our goal is to have a Bible app that rises to the level of our study need … the equivalent of carrying a Study Bible, a Strong's concordance, a couple interlinears, a notebook to write your thoughts, and a study guide … all in your shirt pocket.

- Read the Bible in English, Greek, Hebrew or interlinear
- Look at maps associated with the chapter
- Jump to topically similar references
- Simply touch a greek word you don't know and get:
- grammer
- definition
- pronunciation
- Listen to the Greek New Testament in Greek
- Use advanced searching to find a scripture you had in mind.
- View You study history
- Take notes
- Use flash cards to help your language skills.
- take tests to evaluate you language skills
- read Greek grammer books and commentaries.

And unlike many iPhone app this comes with Documentation. How to setup international keyboard. How to use advanced searching. How to pronounce Hebrew and Greek.

Shazi Software's Greek and Hebrew Bible … the complete study tool.

This software has been tested on iPhone 3G, although it is much faster on newer hardware.
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About Greek and Hebrew Study Bible
Our goal is to get as much feedback as possible to make our Android version as good as possible. So if you have any issues please call us at 720-204-8214.

-----------------------------------------------------------

We make studying the Bible a true joy!

The Greek and Hebrew Bible is the most complete study bible app for the iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad. And now after much demand it has been ported to the android!

And now with interlinear support!

As a Bible students, sometimes we want to simply read scripture and contemplate God's word. At other times, for example in a Bible Study with others, we might want to look at the original language or perform a word study. For some, there might be a need or desire to study and learn the original languages and word forms.

Our goal is to have a Bible app that rises to the level of our study need … the equivalent of carrying a Study Bible, a Strong's concordance, a couple interlinears, a notebook to write your thoughts, and a study guide … all in your shirt pocket.

- Read the Bible in English, Greek, Hebrew or interlinear
- Look at maps associated with the chapter
- Jump to topically similar references
- Simply touch a greek word you don't know and get:
- grammer
- definition
- pronunciation
- Listen to the Greek New Testament in Greek
- Use advanced searching to find a scripture you had in mind.
- View You study history
- Take notes
- Use flash cards to help your language skills.
- take tests to evaluate you language skills
- read Greek grammer books and commentaries.

And unlike many iPhone app this comes with Documentation. How to setup international keyboard. How to use advanced searching. How to pronounce Hebrew and Greek.

Shazi Software's Greek and Hebrew Bible … the complete study tool.

This software has been tested on iPhone 3G, although it is much faster on newer hardware.

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A Google User
Jul 5, 2014
This app promises more than it delivers----way too costly This app seems to promise more than it really delivers, I wish that the developer will first address some of the issues that makes this app crashes without even opening. I purchased this app as a NT professor and i must say how disappointed I am. I am still awaiting word as to why so much was charged for an app that in my opinion is not really worth the price. I have tried similar apps from apple store and I must say that they stand incomparable to this one. I hope no one else has my experience of utter disappointment! My suggestion is the developer must make this app more efficient at a language tool and at a price that suits the quality it offers.
A Google User
Jun 18, 2014
Doesn't work! As soon as the bible link is pressed, the app crashes. Multiple bug reports are ignored. Steer clear!
A Google User
May 26, 2014
I'm very disappointed to learn that the Bible is not in KJV!
A Google User
May 8, 2014
Great study tool but with small bugs... Using the Interlinear, when you select a Greek/Heb word it goes to the definition page. It defines the word and list the verses where it is used. If you click on any of the verse references it crashes instead of taking you to the bible verse. (Using tablet Google Nexus 7) It could also do with improving the navigation. When you select a book and chapter it does not jump to the passage. You need to hit the back key to go to the bible :( But I still think this is an amazing tool and I will be recommending it.
A Google User
Apr 18, 2014
A little rough, but very useful I just bought this a few days ago. I've already used it several times just for personal inquiry into the original language. I love that the interlinear words are linked to a concordance. The commentary portion is a little awkward in that it is all in pdf format. It's not too bad to navigate once you find the control and use the table of contents. One problem I have is that my commentary is incomplete. I would guess about 20 whole books of the Bible are simply not covered. But what IS there is very thorough.