I’m beginning a series of reviews for various Bible software programs.
My plan is to review a different program each week.
The publishers of these programs were gracious enough to send me copies of their software to review on this blog.
Each review will give a rating for various categories along with an image of the software from my computer and the link to the official website where you can see a demo and order the program.
This review is for the Olive Tree Bible Reader.
I tested the program out on my PC using Windows XP.
The ratings are on a scale of 1 to 5.
1 is poor. 3 is average. 5 is excellent.
Here’s how I rated the Olive Tree Bible Reader.
Loading Speed: 2
Speed After Program is Loaded: 5
Search Features: 3
Copy & Paste Functionality (from the program to Word): 5
Quality & Quantity of Free Bibles & Books: 5
Quality & Quantity of Available Books & Bibles to Purchase: 5
Availability in Electronic Formats (iPad, iPhone, Mac, PC, etc.): 5
Price: Free (includes around 100 free resources)
Comment: This is a good Bible software program for people who are starting out with electronic Bibles. Since the basic Bible reader is free, I recommend that you try it out for yourself. If you like it, you can add different Bible translations of your choice as well as commentaries and other Bible helps. Also, it’s my understanding that the PC version isn’t as classy or full as the Mac and Smart Phone versions. So keep that in mind.
Do you use the Olive Tree Bible Reader? If so, feel free to add your thoughts.