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Chronological Bible in a Year - KJV Daily Reading

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Category
Books & Education
Last Update
May 10, 2017
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18

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⭐3.6

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This app presents you King James Bible sorted in Chronological order and grouped in 365 days.<br>This is a fantastic plan to follow if you wish to add historical context to your reading of the Bible. If the schedule provided is followed, the entire Bible will be read in one calendar year.

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UuuupDooown
Nov 13, 2019

This app is exactly as advertised: - Chronological Bible - KJV - Organized into 365 readings It’s no frills. I’ll say it again, it does no more and no less than advertised. And, it’s FREE guys. SUGGESTED IMPROVEMENTS I suggest the developer add a couple enhancements. - Provide an option to view an outline of the chronological order without the divisions into assigned reading days. - It’s unnecessarily inconvenient that I’m always returned to the beginning of the list of days when i back up from a day into which i had drilled down. Please improve the app so that it returns the user to where they ppreviously were in the list when they click backwards to the list of days. For example, i would like it to RETURN me to the view of days 100 to 108 ( or whatever) where i had been before I had drilled down into one of those days. RESPONSE TO THE LOW RATINGS THAT ARE MISLEADING I don’t know the developer. Never met him. It just bothers me that some reviewers would discourage others from taking advantage of a GIFT that can help their knowledge of the Bible. (Because the developer’s provided it to the world for FREE, it is a gift to us. Be grateful that it’s free and it works.) One of the reviewers ignorantly complains that the chronological order in this Bible doesn’t fully match the order in another he owns. The reviewer’s apparently unaware that there is often variation between chronologies because there is debate about when some events happened. Plus, there are different styles of chronologies. In sum, the reviewer’s complaint and low star rating were unwarranted. One of the other reviewers also unjustly gave the app a low star rating. He complained that the audio feature had been dropped from this version. IMO, it would be okay to ask the developer to add it back in. But because the app description does NOT even imply that the audio feature is present, I consider the low rating to be unfair and misleading. WRITING REVIEWS THAT ARE HELPFUL TO SHOPPERS It’s misleading to shoppers when a review unjustly gives an app a low rating. Instead, reviews should rate an app on its degree of success at delivering as advertised. The reviewer shouldn’t give an app low marks because it doesn’t already have features that they WISH for. Rather, the reviewer should give a positive suggestion that the developer consider enhancing the app with the features preferred by that reviewer.

Rev Jude
Nov 13, 2017

I have a chronological study Bible in the new king James version and it gives a lot of information on historical documentation That backs up when the Bible was written even know it’s not exact fact they give you a lot of detail in it including a lot of information on the different cultures drawn that timeframe. What this is is just a yearly daily Bible to read one year daily plan. This is in no way a Chronological study Bible no way. This stinks

Cmg456
Jun 14, 2017

Thank you for this app! This is exactly what I wanted - a simple one-year reading plan of the King James Bible with no frills. Again, thank you so much!

Cassia8
May 09, 2018

This is not chronological. For instance: parts of Numbers, specifically, Numbers 26 should have been presented earlier. Maybe you'll have an updated version soon.

bixby3
Oct 30, 2019

Had text to speech - got another phone no longer will do text to speech! Numbed!

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About Chronological Bible in a Year - KJV Daily Reading

Developed by Oleg Shukalovich.

Chronological Bible in a Year - KJV Daily Reading is ranking in   Books & Education

Last update was at May 10, 2017and the current version is 1.2.

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Chronological Bible in a Year - KJV Daily Reading have a 18a user reviews.

Chronological Bible in a Year - KJV Daily Reading was released in the App Store. It is developed by Oleg Shukalovich, who have also released the following apps.

Chronological Bible in a Year - KJV Daily Reading has 18 user reviews.​

Chronological Bible in a Year - KJV Daily Reading has an average rating of 3.6. ​The latest version of Chronological Bible in a Year - KJV Daily Reading 1.2​ ​​was ​released on May 10, 2017​.

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