I like the Strong’s numbering support and the translations comparison tool. I had intended to use Olive Tree’s Bible Reader for this purpose but the way this app handles Strong’s numbers makes it easier to explore the verses containing the word corresponding to that number.
On the main screen each verse starts on a new line. In a smaller font above the verse is the book and verse number possibly followed by some icons. The icons indicate whether a personal note, commentaries for the chapter, verse, or both are available. When activated, the note or commentary floats in a transparent window and optionally syncs with the selected verse. From the selected verse it takes 2 clicks to get the same verse with Strong’s numbers. Clicking on a number brings up the Strong’s definition.
Next, I think, is the best feature of this app. Below the Strong’s definition there is a list of hyperlinks for all of the occurrences in the KJV. The verse links are listed under each KJV word corresponding to the Strong’s number. Pressing a verse link instantly presents the verse in a movable popup. Pressing a different one instantly changes the verse in the popup. The speed of the verses appearing in the popup makes me want to click each one. Within the popup the translation can be changed and there is a link back to the main screen where the verses are listed. Exploring the verses associated with Strong’s numbers is great, a 5* feature.
The author responded in less than 1 day to my questions and I’m looking forward to the functionality being added in 1.3. There are a few rough edges, help could be better (it’s useful to press the i button on the bottom right), it took me a while to figure out how to add a note (you need to press and hold the verse in the primary translation for 2 seconds and a dialog will come up to add a bookmark, note, email verse, chapter, etc. It also has a navigation ‘reticule’ at the bottom right.
Five *s for its unique features, value, and where I see this app going.