DSbible 2.0 Those who feel like getting their spiritual daily bread on the go will definitely appreciate homebrew developer Jeremysr's DSBible, a Bible-reading application for the Nintendo DS handheld. Already in version 2.0, the DS Bible already supports the following features:
* Searching * Look up a verse * Bookmarks * Two translations: Bible in Basic English and King James Version
The DSBible is as friendly as it gets: you can select which book among the Old and New Testaments that you want to read, or you can just jump into the specific chapter, or verse that you want to look up in the Bible. It's an especially useful feature, fit for on-the-go reading.
DSBible and its source code are both available in the download link below. Instructions on how to set it up are available in the readme file, so don't forget to look it up. Enjoy.
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