What’s New

Version 1.2.5

It's been quite a while but we're back.

With new iPhones, iPads, and different screen sizes, we’ve set out to fill ever pixel on your device. Numerous visual layout bugs were fixed as well on all those new notches.

And surprise! If you're on an iPhone X or newer, you'll get a new true-black dark mode. It's something we're testing out for everyone on those buttery smooth OLED screens. Let us know if you'd like it.

Last but certainly not least, we've fixed the translation bugs you've been emailing about. We've found so many (thanks to your continuous emails) that we’re bound to have missed a few. Please continue to email if you find anything that's off in your favorite translation. Hopefully this makes your Advent reading easier.


We appreciate everyone who has continued to read here in NeuBible. We're thankful for the time you've spent in the Bible with us.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
170 Ratings

170 Ratings

Cyanotype Memory ,

Focus in a Land of Distraction

The NeuBible app is a refreshing spark of intelligent app design. In a market filled apps that try to deliver bible plans and put layers of decisions between the user and the Word, NeuBible does its best to efficiently bring readers back to the Word. The first screen you are shown is a list of the books of the Bible. This makes it simple to quickly access any reference. Chapter selection is as easy as swiping on the title of the book or swiping to the left from the right while reading and scrolling to your chapter of choice. There is a reasonable selection of popular translations. Though, some do cost money.

When you 3D Touch on the app icon you can jump to "Search", "Bookmark", and "Latest Highlight". There are pleasant color, typeface, and visibility options within the app.

The latest update introduced true blacks and fixed a cosmetic bugs. The true blacks are stunning.

ConcernedCitizen1234567898765 ,

Good app - Search function could be better

This is a great app and it’s completely worth the money. I give it four stars because the search function is very frustrating. For instance if you barely remember a verse and want to find it you need to know the full exact word in it. For instance, if you are trying to find Mt 19:12 but don’t remember the book/chapter of it but you do remember Jesus mentioning the word eunuch in that verse, the search function won’t return that verse if you search “eunuch.” He says “eunuchs” (going off KJV) so you have to search that to find it. The search feature also deletes your search term after you select a verse to look at. If you realize it’s not the verse you were thinking of, you have to go back and type it again. This makes it really frustrating to do any kind of serious study in the app other than simple reading. With a really simple fix to the search bar, this app could work great as a concordance. I’d pay double for it if it actually did that.

Another note - I saw a typo when reading the ESV in Jeremiah (possibly it was in Job). I forget where exactly but it was obviously wrong as in there was a space missing between two words. I checked my paper ESV and it had it right. This severely undermined my faith in this app - I want to know that what I’m reading is really accurate and not cross check everything that looks strange! I have not seen anything wrong in the KJV however.

videoaaron ,

The best bible *reading* experience anywhere

NeuBible is the bomb. Best bible reading experience anywhere. Actually, best pure READING experience anywhere (focused, uncluttered, AMAZING typography), killer intuitive navigation, not bloated with “features," etc. When I say “best reading experience”, I mean of *any* app, not just Bible apps. Kindle, iBooks, e-readers should take notes.

My two main suggestions: it would be basically perfect (for me) if it had a way to take notes (supposedly they have ideas for this...) and had a way to track reading plans (like He Reads Truth, which has a great reading plan feature, but an otherwise awful reading experience).

I have this general dislike for most “Christian” products, because they’re so often crappy rip-offs or very poorly executed, but NeuBible is what a “Christian” app *should* be: best in class to reflect the creativity & inspiration God gives us.


Quiet Pupil LLC
213.9 MB

Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
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In-App Purchases
  1. New American Standard Bible $1.99
  2. New International Version $9.99
  3. New King James Version $9.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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