Updated: MyBible for Palm OS

Posted on: August 28th, 2006 by Craig Rairdin 3 Comments

MyBible for Palm OS has been updated to version 4.100 and the book reader engine 1.058. This is a free update for registered MyBible 4 owners.

This version of MyBible provides support for new Bibles, including the King James Version Exhaustive Concordance (KJVEC), the New American Standard Exhaustive Concordance (NASEC), and the second edition of the New Living Translation (NLTse). It also supports new books, such as the Ryrie Study Bible notes. Registered MyBible 4 owners may watch their inboxes (and this blog) for announcements regarding the availability of these new add-ons.

To install the update:

  1. Login to your personal download account at the Laridian Web site.
  2. Download the latest version of MyBible for Palm OS.
  3. Run the MyBible setup program, downloaded in step 2, to guide you through the setup process.

For additional assistance, please visit the Help Desk.

3 Responses

  1. Joey says:

    I’m on the edge of my seat waiting for the NLTse, and have been for these couple of weeks since this announcement. Is there any concrete estimate of when it will be released?

  2. Jeff Wheeler says:

    I’m glad to hear that you’re so excited about the NLTse! However, I don’t have a concrete estimate for you.

    In order for any new translation to be released for MyBible, two things have to happen.

    1. The MyBible program must be updated to support it.
    2. The Bible must be processed and created.

    (Of course, this is an oversimplification, but you get the idea.) The first of these steps has been completed. The second is still to be announced.

  3. Joey says:

    The Ryrie came out pretty quickly after this announcement, so I’m hopeful you can turn the NTLse out soon. This money’s just burnin’ a hole in my pocket until then. 🙂

    Thanks for making such great Bible software!

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