12 Must-Have Bible Apps for Every Christian Woman

From an audio Bible to offline Bible apps, we’re sharing free Bible apps. These are some of our favorite must-have Bible apps to help you with your Bible reading and Bible study.

How many of these Bible apps for Christian women do you already have? These are our favorite apps for Bible study and spiritual growth.

Once upon a time, in the world of flip phones and roaming fees, my phone made a funny ding sound. Opening it, I found a notification I had never seen before.

Baffled, I asked my slightly more tech-savvy husband if he knew what it was. “I think maybe it’s a text message. I’ve heard of those. You can type out messages and send them from phone to phone.”

Of course he was right, and I spent the next thirty minutes trying to type a response.

Fast forward several years and my cell phone has now become like an extra appendage. If it leaves my side, basic survival is in question — especially when it comes to travel.

But one day I decided to step outside my comfort zone and leave my phone in the car while I helped with my son’s Vacation Bible School class.

Like an ex-smoker who absentmindedly pats their pockets looking for that long-lost pack of cigarettes, I was mortified at how many times I reached for my absent phone when I was bored, frustrated, or just mentally overwhelmed.

It was a wakeup call. Once I realized the impact my phone was having on my life, I decided it was time to start using it in a more intentional way.

Instead of getting sucked into minutes of mindless scrolling on Facebook, I sought out more soul-filling apps. This has been such a blessing in my life, and so today I’d like to share a list of some of the best scripture apps I’ve found.

(As of this writing, these are free Bible apps, though some may contain in-app purchases.)

12 Must-Have Bible Apps for Every Christian Woman

 

Do you have these Bible apps on your phone? This is our list of must-have Bible apps for every Christian woman.

Daily Audio Bible – Use this app to experience the entire Bible. Read along while you listen, and share this app with friends to be able to read together.

 

You Version Bible App – This app’s shining crown is that you can listen to Bible audio as it will read to you. Once you download your preferred translation, you can listen to the Bible offline or online. There is a verse of the day and several reading plans to choose from.

 

Logos Bible Study Software – Enhance your Bible study with the Logos 8 Bible study software. Learn the many features that make this a wonderful resource for your Bible study.

 

Glo Bible – This is an online or offline Bible app. This app is just plain cool with its fun colors, pictures, HD videos, maps, and 360-degree virtual tours. You can share verses with your friends as well as do reading plans.

These are the best Bible apps that we love and recommend. Try these apps for your Bible study and prayer time. Try these must-have Bible apps for every Christian woman.

Bible+ by Olive Tree – This Bible reading app is highly rated for it’s two-screen viewing option, allowing you to see two translations at once, view your study notes while you read, or follow along with commentary while you study.

 

Bible.is – This app also gives you an audio Bible option, and allows you to both read and listen to the Bible in over 800+ languages. With it’s 61 video segments from The Jesus Film Project (available in hundreds of languages), watch your favorite Bible stories and share verses with friends via text message.

 

Blue Letter Bible – If you are looking for the best Bible study app, this in-depth app is for you. Study original Hebrew and Greek word meanings and do advanced word study searches through their dictionaries and encyclopedias. Not sure where to start? Try this word study or these 31 words for your next Bible study.

 

Inspirational Bible Verses – This is a fun app that brings you hundreds of inspiration verses. You can save your favorites for easy reference and easily share the verses with friends.

open Bible on a table with a cell phone and ear buds sitting on top.

For your prayer time:

Echo | Prayer App – This app helps you keep track of your requests and lets you set reminders so that you receive an alert to remind you to pray. You can also share requests with a group using the Echo Prayer App. This app is especially handy for when you are in the pickup line at school, or waiting at an appointment and have a little extra time on your hands.

 

For my sisters who love their games:

Bible Quiz 3D – Create a player profile to race against others. Your progress is propelled forward by answering multiple-choice Bible trivia questions correctly. The first player to the finish is the winner!

 

Bible Quiz – Enjoy cute animations and answer questions correctly to earn stars and open other categories. This is a fun way to help you remember all the important teachings found in the Bible.

 

The Bible Memory App – This app lets you memorize, organize, and review Bible verses based on your own schedule that you set up.

 

 

And for the kids:

The Bible App for Kids – From YouVersion, this app has colorful illustrations and easy navigation. It brings the Bible to life with touch-activated animations, fun facts, and special challenges that let kids earn rewards.

 

 

We hope these apps are a blessing as we continue to learn how to study the Bible.

a table top with an open Bible, an open notebook, phone and earbuds, and a cup of coffee

And hey, for those of you who love sitting down with pen and paper, ahem, be sure to check out our 10 best Bible study tools.

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Jenni DeWitt is the author of two books — Forty Days and Why Won’t God Talk to Me? Her passion is to help believers live a life with less fear and more trust in God, and she writes about it regularly at A Life of Prayer. Jenni and her husband raise their two young sons in small-town Nebraska.

 

 

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20 Comments

  1. What a great list of Bible apps!

    Many of these I have never heard of, and I’m glad to know about them.

    Thanks for sharing! I’m going to grab a couple of these~

    I found your post today on Grace and Truth.
    Hope you’ll have a blessed weekend,
    Melanie

  2. Thanks so much for sharing these! I downloaded everyone I didn’t already have. Another great one I use is Jesus Calling Kids. It’s not free, but it’s worth every penny. Every day has a short devotional written to the children as if Jesus is speaking to them directly. I read it to them in the morning before they head out to school. I highly recommend it!

  3. Wow! Thanks so much for sharing, Arabah! I’ve used YouVersion daily for the past 5 years and I love it! But I didn’t realize that there were so many others that I didn’t know about. Definitely looking forward to checking these out! Peace and many blessings to you, Love! :-)

  4. Just wanted to mention another app that is awesome…. MemLok, made to help you memorize scriptures… I’ve been using it for years, love it!

  5. Thank you for this amazing list. I enjoy You Version, Blue letter bible and the one for kids. I can’t wait to check the other apps out as well.

  6. Knowing HOW Through the Word of God – HOW to Deal with Marital Issues is a breath of fresh air. It’s not free ($.99) but it’s worth every penny. Enjoyed your list. Love You Version Bible App!

  7. Hi praying for you and have been since before I found your site which is something I have been looking for.I had a dream the other night I was meeting missionary’s going to China and I felt lead to pray for all the missionary s headed to all of Asiaor already there.Just thought I would share the dream was very out of the blue.

  8. Another wonderful app is Truth for Life. You can listen to broadcasts by Allister Begg (pastor in Cleveland, Ohio) and read devotionals. I learn a lot from this app and I recommend it to everyone!! Besides that, it’s an amazing time-filling thing when you have to wait, drive or travel by train/bus.

  9. This is such a great list – thank you! I have the very first one. The Bible quiz app sounds like a lot of fun, and a great way to learn! And I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about the Blue Letter Bible app – my dad is a pastor and keeps telling us about it! :) Thanks again for sharing this list!
    Rebekah Joy
    http://www.moreradiance.com

  10. Great list, thanks for sharing. I would like to recommend some other favorites that I use that are not listed here. Abide, a christian meditation app. First 5, Christian Women bible community, put out by Proverbs 31 Ministry. Just 1 Word, bible search engine using just one word! Thanks!

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