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ReadingPlan helps you track your progress as you read through the Bible. You can start a plan at any time, progressing at your own rate or on the schedule dictated by the plan. You can optionally link to an online bible site to see the day's readings in the application's built-in web view, or launch a native bible app (if supported.) Five plans are installed by default; many more are available for download from within the app, or you can create your own.

What's New in Version 4.2.4

Handle additional linking formats
Change handling of leap years
Updates for iOS 10


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Customer Reviews

Need Bible devotional guide?

An excellent app for daily quiet time to help read through or listen to the Bible in a year. I've used the app for several years. This app has helped me listen to an audio reading of the Bible using different schedules. I've followed a devotional guide that went from Genesis through Revelation in order.
I'm currently following a "thematic" schedule which goes through Bible books with similar themes - for example, the Bible books of Genesis and Hebrews tell us about Abraham's faith. So, Genesis and Hebrews were paired at the opening of the schedule, and so on
I've used the app to guide me through a "contiguous" reading through the Bible - for example, some scholars believe the book of Job is about a man who may have lived about the same time as Abraham. Abraham is introduced in the book of Genesis. The schedule opened with the first 15 chapters of Genesis, then went through the book of Job, finished Genesis, and so on through the Bible.
Bottom line - the app is helping to keep my devotional time interesting as I go through the Bible yearly. Your Word, O Lord, is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path. May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in Your sight, O Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer.

HB214 - Still The Best!!!

The title says its all, "Still The Best!!!" This app is well organized and maintained with MANY reading plans available including a way to create your own plan. I am nearing the end of my year long commitment to reading God's Word thru chronologically and have already determined to do so again using this app. Thank you so much and please keep it updated! 👍👍

Great app!

This is a fantastic app for my King James Bible reading. I found a mistake moments ago in the app for today's Bible reading. I am using the Tyndale one year plan, and the first reading for today is Leviticus 13:1-29. I then noticed that for tomorrow the reading in Leviticus is chapter 14. The problem is that this skips verses 30 through 59 in today's reading. Please correct this. Thank you!

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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Education
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  • Version: 4.2.4
  • Size: 2.0 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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