Olive Tree Passes the "100 milestone" in Bible Translations for the Mobile Device Market
October 10, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle NewsSPOKANE, WA – (October 10, 2007) – Olive Tree Bible Software, an electronic publisher of Bibles and Bible study tools for mobile platforms, recently passed the "100 mile mark" in their Bibles collection. The company now makes available over 100 Bibles, most of which will run on mobile devices that range over a dozen different operating systems. Talk about versatility! This company is sure to have something for most people wanting to read the Bible and reference materials on their mobile device.
Their latest inclusions from the English Bible market comprise the Tyndale Bible, Webster's Revision to the King James Version, the New Century Version (NCV), and the New American Standard Bible 1977 edition (NASB 1977). Among their plethora of available Bibles, Olive Tree also sells the popular New International Version (NIV), New King James Version (NKJV), King James Version (KJV), New Living Translation (NLT), New American Standard Bible updated edition (NASB), New Revised Standard Version (NRSV), and Today's English Version (TEV), among many others.
Not only do they offer many different English translations of the Bible, but they also have Bibles in many different languages. Some of their newest additions include: French Martin (1744), Swahili New Testament, and Tagalog. They also offer Bibles in German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, and other languages.
For users that like to take their Bible reading a step further, Olive Tree also offers a myriad of Bible study tools to make studying the text in depth more accessible for all their users. From commentaries to Bible dictionaries, to cross reference systems and study Bible notes, Olive Tree offers all this and more. Whatever your particular need is in the area of Bibles and Bible study resources, Olive Tree will certainly have something to meet your needs.
About Olive Tree Bible Software
Olive Tree Bible Software provides Bible versions and study tools for Palm OS, Pocket PC, Smartphone and Symbian cell phones, and BlackBerry devices. Web and online Bible search engines are also available. The BibleReader™ application enables users to read Bibles and other resources, quickly navigate to new references, search documents, bookmark passages, create personalized notes, and much more. The company publishes over 300 electronic resources including over 100 translations of the Bible, commentaries, dictionaries, devotionals, and Christian eBooks. The Bible is offered in many languages, including Chinese, English, French, German, and Spanish. Original Hebrew and Greek texts with parsing tools are also available. Visit www.OliveTree.com.