The Powered Access Bible is a CGI script designed to facilitate finding verses and reading them in context, minimizing the usual mousework. It divides the screen into a search frame and a reading frame, and clicking on a search reference will load its context in the reading frame. All executable code is available under the user's choice of the Artistic, GPL, or MIT license, and the translations used are all free for non-commercial use.
BiblePlayer is a freeware program that lets you read and listen to the Bible on the iPod. It includes daily devotionals, bible reading plans, bible stories, and other modules. Each reading is linked to an audio file, making it an integrated experience. (Audio CDs are sold seperately.)
Bible With You is a PDA ebook reader with many Bible-specific features such as quick and easy access to Bible passages, the ability to copy Bible verses, bookmark Bible passages, and save user notes in categories. The reading process is also facilitated by fully adjustable auto scroll, user control over the font size, and font remapping that preserves the proportion. It can be used with a variety of Bible translations formatted for Palm or Pocket PC. Other commercial modules for download include Bible cross-references, Bible commentaries, Bible notes, Bible dictionaries, and Bible images.
Hatim Manager is a Web application which manages the distribution of portions of the Koran for the purposes of completing the "Hatim" process. "Hatim" is the process of reading the Koran in its entirety. Since the Koran is around 600 pages and it takes very long for anybody to it read all, it is commonly split into portions (called Cüz) which are to be distributed among friends to read in complete within a short time period. Users of this application can choose a portion, and administrator can assign portions.
JD Bible Bot is a chat bot for some instant messaging systems (mainly Jabber and Google Talk) with which people can read the Holy Scriptures of Christianity and other related material. The networking part is based on Jabber technology, and the Bible part is based on diatheke and the Sword project. Jabber gateways allow this program to be used with MSN, AIM, Yahoo!, ICQ, and other IM systems. Dozens of Bible translations, commentaries, lexicons, and other related works can be used.