Official Bible Hub app with quick access to the Bible Hub search, online Bibles, commentaries, devotions, topics, and interlinear. You will need an internet connection to use this app.

What’s New

Version 1.1

- Supports iPhone X
- Support iOS 11
- Added more translations

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
39.6K Ratings

39.6K Ratings

ljoe35 ,

As a daily devotional...easy to use and complete.

Over the years I have used a lot of different devotionals. Our Daily Bread, Closer Walk, Encounter With God, Table Talk, Morning and Evening. Each has it’s strengths at the expense, in my opinion, of not being as complete as I would like them to be. The Bible Hub, on the other hand, offers not only several Scripture verses + commentary, but also a daily reading from Charles Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening. The Bible Hub is set up for both morning and evening devotionals. The daily Scripture rotates between several of the most reliable versions. The middle uses The New Living Translation and Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening, commentary supported by the New American Standard Bible. Thus far, I have only used the morning devotional. I plan to start using the evening also. The one draw back to The Bible Hub is you must have an internet connection + Wi/Fi if you are using a mobile. I use an iPad. As you useThe Bible Hub, it keeps track of where you are. If you are looking for a devotional that is “just long enough but not too long”, give it a try. - Joe. 😊🙏🇺🇸

Reddridinghood ,

Bible Hub

I am enjoying the app for the most part. It’s very convenient to choose a different translation to read in helping to understand certain verses better. I have 2 complaints: My major one is they have approved of certain translations like ESV and NIV taking out certain verses that refer to the Holy Ghost, Son of Man, Calvary and Jehovah to name a few. Look up Matt 17:21 and Matt 18:11.” Not there!! For the Son of Man is come to save that which was lost” completely removed from God’s Word. How despicable. I will use the older versions but warn all to be aware. Leave Christ as the power to save. Don’t let Satan win!

A minor complaint is having to put in the scripture all over again where I left off previously when leaving the app. I have to go to a browser and open it up, and leave the page open. It uses data I don’t have a lot of anyway doing it like that, or wasting time putting in the same scripture references all over again. If anyone knows how to get the app to do it, let me know.

Overall when on the go it’s great, but prefer now to hold my real Bible where words haven’t been changed to take the SAVIOR out of the Bible.

Waitin' For That Pension ,

Joseph Smith?

I often use your site at church. It strengthens my faith to see how scholars have struggled with the scriptures, trying to make the voices of the Lord and His prophets come into our hearts and minds unimpeded by the subtleties of language. I am a Latter-day Saint and I believe that Joseph Smith was a great prophet, a gifted wordsmith, and a shrewd politician. Smith offered many clarifications, additions, and revisions in his “Holy Bible,” which is mostly a reiteration of the KJV. Some of these changes seem to have been inspired by the writings of the Protestant commentators who are quoted on your site, but most offer remarkable insights and the joy that is a better understanding of the Word of God. Perhaps you could offer Smith’s translation on your site. I know several LDS who would enjoy this reference. The Church of Jesus Christ of LDS can’t give you the rights to it because it is the property of The Community of Christ. Perhaps you could bridge this gap caused by a long forgotten rupture.


John Isett
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Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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