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The new Online Bible Newsletter by Cross Link Services
This is a copy of the new Online Bible app newsletter by Cross Link Services.
If you want to receive this kind of news from Cross Link Services in the future subscribe to their newsletter in the Online Bible app.
We place a copy of this newsletter one time in this blog and will concentrate in the future on content development for the Online Bible by Importantia Publishing
Online Bible News
We keep you informed for your optimal Online Bible app use
What can you expect from us?
You subscribed for the Online Bible newsletter from within the Online Bible app. With this newsletter we keep you informed with tips and best practices, new possibilities, updates and new available titles. This newsletter is mailed once a month.
Tip of the month
Did you know you can use the Online Bible app on several devices at the same time? If you use a tablet and a mobile phone you can install the Online Bible app on both devices and link them to the same user-account. Your titles are available on both devices. It doesn’t matter you use a combination of Android and iOS devices. Handy in case you use an Android phone and an iPad.
So in case you obtain an extra Bible version from the Store it becomes available on all your devices.
Important is that you link the Online Bible app on all your devices to the same user-account (email)
Who we are?
The Online Bible app is developed by Cross Link Services BV in the Netherlands (Europe). In the future newsletters we will inform you about the people and organisations behind the Online Bible app, what their mission is and what they are doing.
Some new titles
During the last weeks we have added new English Bible versions:
Modern English Version
The Modern English Version is the most modern English version produced in the King James tradition within the last 30 years.
The Modern English Version provides the most up-to-date translation in the King James tradition.
Reverent: word-for-word (not thought-for-thought), Capitalized Deities
Accurate: No change, compromise, embellishments, or distortions of the original text
Trusted: No political, social, or cultural bias
Clear: Easy to read and understand