The Deaf Go Bible app is a unique way for the deaf community to experience the scriptures and stories from the Bible using sign language.
Improved interface and meta information. Added landscape mode for iPhones.
Ratings and Reviews
When I look at it, I was so excited to watch it but that got me confused with all icons and pictures. I mean video look so awesome. On those icons need to repair. For example, “God created 7 days”; all I see is picture included video without words on icons. And where is bible chapters? I only want to read chapters like psalms 51? And do I have to type “psalms 51” in search instead prepare to give us scriptures where we can look at videos. Eh. Also may I suggest you to make words with icons and allow me browsing on verses. This apps look like for kids and not for adult. Sorry to tell you a truth.
Questionable Translation horrible navigation!
The app is very hard to navigate, and not sure on the credibility of calling it a"Bible". Bible translation must undergo a process for validating the content was translated accurately.
This app deliberately leaves out the words because it is not word-based! It is designed by native ASL signers and the desire has always been that accurate renderings of biblical stories be practical and usable by other native ASL users. The stories are checked by individuals with credible backgrounds in Greek and Hebrew.
Family SharingWith Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.