Bible Box is a delightful Bible reading plan scheduler app for less diligent people (like the me). It automatically calculates the amount of chapters one should daily read, within a certain amount of time set by the user.
• Check your reading
You can mark a check on the chapters you have already read. The screen will not change into sleep mode while you are reading.
• Bible Link
You can open your favourite bible application such as YouVersion Holy Bible via Bible Box.
• Smart scheduler
Don’t worry even if you have not read the amount of chapters your app suggested. The smart scheduler in this app will automatically re-distribute the remaining chapters for you.
• Various Reading Plans
There are several types of reading plan which you can select: basic, chronological.
• Minimal Design
You will be able to focus on reading the bible with no distraction.
• Statistics view
With a calendar view, you can easily check which days you read the bible.
The app will remind you when you have not read the bible.
• Removed the warning when you have too many verses for the day. We initially thought this could motivate you to read more by letting you adjust the target date to the more realistic one. But, we decided to remove it since it turned out to be demotivating.
• Fixed the crash when tapping the empty box.
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needs more plans and bibles
Please add a plan that lets you choose which books you want to read! Or a plan to do a single book at a time (like psalms or proverbs). Basically the existing plans are ot, nt, whole bible, or hypothetical chronological reading. The cool thing about the app is you can sort of create your own plan, but you need to open several plans at once to do it. Also it won't link to any app other than youversion (ie logos or accordance)
Just read, let the app manage the details
Bible Box lets you pick chronological or canonical reading and assign the date of completion. If you get behind on scheduled readings, the app will take that into account for further scheduled readings; when I was woefully behind, it still had me on track to finish on time, just reading a little more per day.
The flip is also true. I read Proverbs with our kids at breakfast, and read and studied Nehemiah with friends. When I added that data, it shifted that into past readings and slightly shortened the daily reading requirements.
There is also a “read” option in the upper right-hand corner, which takes you out to the exact passage in youBible. I know some prefer a paper copy to mark up, and that’s tremendous; I have to say it’s made things so much more manageable with keeping up with the chronological schedule!
Small thing. If you love gold stars like I do ☺️, you can easily see your progress. Drop-down menu on the left, select “plans”; it will tell you the percent of reading you have completed.
You do not need an app to read your Bible; I completed my goal before without using it. But this has taken all the brains and energy out of keeping up with data. It’s a pretty cheap and easy way to make a tremendous goal a little more doable.
Excellent way to keep up reading plan.
I use this app everyday for my own reading plans for both the Old and New Testaments and it is great. The app is easy to use and most of all it is very flexible. Another feature that I like is that I am able, at a quick glance, to see the progress I have made, which encourages me to continue my daily readings. Bottom line is, if all you’re looking for is simplicity and flexibility in creating and managing your Bible reading plans, this is the go-to app for you.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.