Literal Word 4+

NASB Bible App

Nicholas Honda

    • 4.9 • 587 Ratings
    • Free



Key Features:
- New American Standard Bible (NASB)
- Integrated Greek Lexicon (Abbott-Smith)
- Integrated Hebrew Lexicon (BDB)
- Free and offline
- No ads
- No articles
- No social media features
- Instant word search
- Visual search filtering
- User notes within verses
- Highlighting within verses
- Free online backup and sync
- Customized bible text formatting
- Dark mode, sepia, rose, and paper color themes
- Footnotes and linked cross-references
- Passage history

Literal Word exists to promote the word of God and not much else. No ads. No articles. No distractions. Simply the Word. We believe that the Bible contains the most important information that anyone could ever come across and that accessing it should be as easy as possible.

This belief has driven every decision we've made designing Literal Word. The app is 100% free and functional even when you're offline. The New American Standard Bible (NASB) translation was selected for faithfully utilizing a word-for-word instead of a thought-for-thought translation method. Each passage of the Bible is clean, customizable, and convenient to access, allowing the reader to focus exclusively on the God-breathed content. Word searches are simple but powerful, featuring a unique visual interface for organizing results with precision, and complete lexicons for original Hebrew and Greek words can be viewed with just a couple taps.

It all comes down to the idea that a straightforward approach to a NASB Bible app maximizes attention to the word of God.

What’s New

Version 3.1.8

Fixed several bugs, including an issue with starting up the app on some devices.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
587 Ratings

587 Ratings

Grateful4u2 ,

My favorite version- makes me very happy!

I have used this NASB Bible, along with a set of Lockman NASB Study Bible books, for many years, and, although I use other versions to compare/contrast various verses, I always come back to this version for its readability and accuracy of foreign translation. In the New Testament, that would be primarily Greek. In the Old Testament, that would be primarily Hebrew. I truly love this translation; many tell me that the words I encounter in this translation are very accurate and I am extremely confident that I am getting the best translation when I use my results with various members of my class. I also use a number of various Greek and Hebrew translation tools and I’m usually very pleased with the final outcomes of my work. In addition, I have a Greek Wuest version which is a direct translation into English, without concern for readability or editing of words. That’s where I can truly judge the NASB in its best light. I appreciate the shades of meaning being expressed with such an economy of words as compared to the verbose Wuest edition!

MrsJETFast ,

Thank you

Easy to navigate, Hebrew & Greek Lexicon, integrated dictionary, search function is excellent. Love that God’s Word is caps in NT and Jesus’ Word is Red. Love the options in this app. Simple, robust, many options / features. Thank you for providing us access to this app for free. I’ve used many Bible apps and this is the absolute best, exactly what I needed. I have ESV & KJV in print, so this digital NASB is perfect for my referencing needs. Pastor at my local congregation suggested I add NASB to my Bible Collection for in-depth study. Amen, developers! Thank you again for making this app. The time of Revelations is here, we need to spread the Gospel now more than ever before. Please keep this free. Please keep it without ads. We need Jesus and this is the best app version of the Bible yet. Glory to God for access to His Word in our pocket, digitally, instant cross referencing, categories of notes. So thankful. Amen. Blood of Jesus protect us all. Praise Almighty Father, Your Will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven.

Indy909x ,


This is a wonderful app that allows you to focus on just reading God’s Word—no distractions, no ads. Yet at the same time, you are able to sync your notes between platforms, are provided with Greek word meanings, and have cross-references—all of which fade nicely into the background. I tend to paste in notes from other sources (Kindle, Internet, PDFs), and it is great to have them in one place.

One feature I *really* hope is added soon is the ability to name what your different highlight colors mean. For example title blue notes as Baptism, green for Salvation, and so on. It would also be good to have just a few more highlight color options for the many people that categorize their Bible notes in this way. Keep up the great work, and God bless you!

App Privacy

The developer, Nicholas Honda, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

You Might Also Like