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5 stars out of 5
· 4/21/2016
Free ESV

It is offline... Free... And has good basic features.

4 stars out of 5
· 2/10/2016

I love this app! This is my favorite of the Bible apps I have tried. That said, watch out for the end of Revelation. The reward you get for reading through the Bible is the app crashing the next time you open it (if you close it at the end of Revelation). Also, the last verse of Revelation is missing. There are also some minor typos here and there. I can't remember the exact locations right now. Another bug is that sometimes when you scroll the app seems to seize up and perpetually jump back to whatever chapter you were scrolling from. Restarting the apps takes care of the problem though. I am going to uninstall and reinstall it to "fix" the crash, but unfortunately I will probably lose my Bible notes.

4 stars out of 5
· 11/17/2015

The ESV for free is a wonderful gift. Great design too. It is a little sluggish and if you go too fast it can crash. If it were a little better optimized for Windows phone, then 5 stars for sure.

5 stars out of 5
· 11/12/2015

Beautiful work! Very easy to follow, footnotes and reference chain works well. Love this app

5 stars out of 5
· 10/28/2014

I have been looking for a quality Bible app for Windows Phone, and I stumbled upon this version, which is just like my Bible at home. Best of all, it's free and does not require my pictures for no reason. Thank you, and may God bless you, Crossway! Godspeed to your company! An update: Still a great app, just a bug report or something confusing me: In Psalms 37, some of the verses such as 5 and 8 have the incorrect letter for the cross-references. Example: In verse 5, it references on the first line using letter "d," while the second line references using letter "z." Another update: Psalms 42:6 part 1 needs a space after the period. Another update: Psalms 48:2 part 1 needs a space after the comma between the words "elevation" and "is." Here's another update: Mark 6:3 has the name "Joses," which should be "Joseph."

2 stars out of 5
· 10/6/2014

One continuous scroll...pages people pages that you can turn with a flick or touch!!!

3 stars out of 5
· 9/20/2014

Love this - super easy. Then all of a sudden it won't open on my HTC phone. Also the scrolling was a bit jerky if you tried to go through too much too fast. But, can't be too mad, I love me some ESV :)

4 stars out of 5
· 8/7/2014

It's a very nice app but it doesn't work as well as its Android our IOS versions. My main complaint are the cross references. When you click on one that's supposed to go to, say, Luke 3:14 it goes to Luke 3:25 and you have to scroll back up to find your intended text. It doesn't happen this way on the Android and IOS versions. Other than that it works well.

5 stars out of 5
· 7/24/2014

Great app. Much better than you version as it saved the bible for offline reading. Unfortunately, built using Subsplash so the code and technology underneath is not full native, which makes performance not the greatest. Still, I love being able to read God's Word on my Windows phone. A transparent tile would be nice.

3 stars out of 5
· 7/6/2014

Functioning. Cons include misplaced punctuation like quotes and periods. Also no easy way to return after following a footnote to another verse. If you tap a footnote, expect the app to keep loading that verse until you restart the app entirely...

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