JW LIBRARY is an official app produced by Jehovah’s Witnesses. It includes multiple Bible translations, as well as books and brochures for Bible study.
• Choose from various Bible translations.
• Compare all available Bible versions by tapping a verse number.
• View the associated material by tapping a footnote marker or reference letter.
• Swipe left or right to quickly navigate your current publication.
• Place bookmarks at any verse or chapter to quickly resume your reading.
• Use the history feature to quickly access recently read content.
• Find words or expressions in your current publication with the search feature.
Fixed bug where blank content displayed when paging to the next document
Fixed several bugs, including some that were causing the app to crash
Ratings and Reviews
Awesome, but one thing that I want to suggest
I love JW Library, for the meetings, bible reading, studying, and videos. It’s certainly a blessing from Jehovah. One thing that I think you could add, and I think you maybe have in the past on certain devices, but Apple and Samsung don’t have it. So, this is mostly about music videos, but could be used for other things as well: A shuffle button. The original music that you provide is amazing, but it would be nice if we could tap that shuffle button and do everyday things. Like for example, when driving, especially to meetings and service, it would be really nice to just be able to click shuffle and have random songs play for as long as you want. I don’t know if this is done in other places, but here in the middle of Wisconsin, some congregations public witness in Flea Markets, and we usually have an open tent with a table with literature on it. We also play Become Jehovah’s Friend videos on the table to attract people to the carts. A shuffle button would be pretty handy in that situation. Sure, you can just click on a video and then the videos following it will play, but especially with the songs, it’d be nice to have a way to shuffle them. So, just a suggestion, and there are others ways of doing this on different devices; I don’t know if you even look at the reviews, but if you do, there are people out in Wisconsin that might find this useful.
I’m a nine year old girl and I just watched all the videos I just enjoy all the future films all the Caleb and Sophia but I wanted to give you a bit ideas for Caleb and Sophia because my brothers are not learning how to share how to not fight and I talk to the about being kind so heres my ideas “Caleb and Sophia and there family went to the beach the kids found a pretty sea shell that they both wanted so Sophia started to tell Caleb this is my shell I found it first and Caleb says no I did and they continue fighting and there mom and dad show up and the mom told them stop fighting both of you! And they stop Caleb says I found the shell first so it’s mine and Sophia said no I found it first and there dad came and said what’s wrong? And Caleb said Sophia took my shell. and Sophia said no he stole it from me. And their parents said it was none of yours first it was Jehovah’s he made everything he made the sun the moon and everything and he shares it to us so what do you think you should do? And the children look at each other and Caleb says I have an idea and he told Sophia and they made a sand castle and put the shell on top and they did a hi five and showed it to there parents and there dad said now that’s sharing… well tell me if my ideas are ok I’ll be waiting for it 😉
Update Issues iOS 13.1
I enjoy this app so much. However with the recent iOS update to 13.1, there are issues with the Accessability feature Invert for those with low vision. I do not have low vision but my Bible student does. I prefer to use the Invert feature myself with a darker reading background. Since the new update, and Invert/Smart Invert is switched on, majority of the text is blank on the screen/app. If I highlight text with Invert off, then turn Invert on only the highlighted text is visible. Everything else not highlighted is BLANK. When Invert is turned off, the text is visible. Also with Invert turned on the pictures are turned into negative film, verses the picture being true to its color (normal looking photo) like it has in the past to view a normal looking photo with the dark background and white text. If accessability features, especially the Invert feature, can be fixed, it would be much appreciated. If there was an option to read in a “light” or “dark” mode, that would be wonderful to not have to turn on the Accessability shortcut. Other than that, this app is a wonderful tool to keeping up with the meetings and spiritual learning. Thank you for all that you do!
- Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc.
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Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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