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Start memorizing more Scripture with Verses!

Join others who have played over 10 million memory games to learn passages perfectly over 500,000 times!

Memorize quickly and easily with simple memory games, then stay motivated by tracking your progress over time using Verses memory health tracking.

Discover helps you find the right passages to memorize with topical passage lists written by pastors, teachers, and authors.

You can start memorizing with KJV for free! NIV, NLT, ESV, NKJV, Reina Valera, NASB, and HCSB available with Verses Basic or Verses Pro.

Verses helps you memorize and retain scripture using a series of memory games:

1...ABSORB the verse
2...MEMORIZE the verse
3...RECALL the verse

That's it!

The games in Verses make Scripture memory engaging and fast-paced. Start playing and, before you realize it, you've memorized your passage!

Use Verses for...
+ General Scripture memory
+ Small group Scripture memory
+ Topical memory lists
+ Class memory
+ Bible studies
+ Competitive memorization (Bible Quizzing, Quiz Bowl, etc.)

Verses helps you track your memorization work using a one-of-a-kind progress indicator for every verse, chapter, and book. TRACK YOUR PROGRESS as you work through a lifetime of Scripture memory and see how much you have memorized!

Then, after memorizing a passage, Verses tracks your MEMORY HEALTH to help you maximize retention while minimizing workload.


Key Features:
+ DISCOVER passages to memorize with topical lists by pastors, authors, and teachers
+ 6 powerful MEMORY GAMES (with more to come!)
+ (Pro) Memorize CREEDS & CATECHISMS
+ ADAPTIVE LEARNING that increases the difficulty based on your progress
+ Create verses COLLECTIONS to track your progress as you memorize a group of passages
+ Memorize with FRIENDS and track each others’ progress in GROUPS
+ Memorize any verse in any included translation
+ Track MEMORY HEALTH over time
+ Review verses when the memory health gets low
+ TRACK PROGRESS in verses, chapters, and books
+ Sync your memorization progress across all your devices
+ SAVE your memory progress so you will never lose your work
+ Memorize with KJV, NIV, NKJV, NLT, ESV, Reina Valera, and NASB
+ Track your STREAKS to see your commitment over time
+ (Pro) FOCUS MODE helps you focus on learning new content
+ (Pro) LIGHT MODE offers an alternate style to fit your preference

Made with <3 in Lexington, Kentucky.

(c) 2014-2019 Verses, Ltd. Co.

Subscriptions (Verses Basic & Verses Pro) will be applied to your iTunes account on purchase confirmation. Verses Basic is a 1 year auto-renewing subscription that provides unlimited access to memorizing in any translation. Verses Pro is a 1 year auto-renewing subscription to adds creeds and catechisms support. Account will be charged for renewal ($4.99 for Verses Basic, $9.99 for Verses Pro) within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Subscriptions will automatically renew unless canceled within 24-hours before the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. You can cancel anytime with your iTunes/App Store account settings. Any unused portion of a free trial will be forfeited if you purchase a subscription. For more information, see our Terms of Service (https://termsfeed.com/terms-service/80f9512174de35447275e251854301a5) and Privacy Policy (https://www.freeprivacypolicy.com/privacy/view/c1eba33e60353ff3b03b6868e7cf2663).

What’s New

Version 5.4.3

Bug Fixes
- Fixed an issue with the CSB translation where some Psalms were off by 1 chapter.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
1.6K Ratings

1.6K Ratings

Left0verture ,

One of the better ones

I hunted around for a memorization app and tried a lot of them before settling on Verses. So many competing apps are (IMO) cheesy. A couple are better, but you’re forced to either pony up or endure constant nags and ads. For me, it came down to Verses and/or Remember Me. I prefer Verses’ interface. I like the ability to track my progress and ‘close my rings’. I generally avoid subscriptions but $5/year is pretty reasonable, I think. The app looks great and works pretty well. Criticisms: ‘speak out’ can be wonky. (To be fair, it wears a “beta” label too, so...) One of the verses I’m working on consistently tells me I’m getting it wrong when I use ‘speak out’, even though I’m reciting the verse exactly as it shows in the app. ‘Word bank’ also has a quirk - you really need to pay attention to whether words are capitalized or not. I’ve tapped on ‘The’ only to find that I’ve chosen the wrong word - it’s ‘the’ (or vice-versa). Nit-picky, I guess. Finally, I wish there were some way to manually enter a verse using a translation not offered by Verses. I’m usually fine with the NKJV, but occasionally use others for memorization (example: TPT, which is not one of the options offered.) Lastly, I live on my iPad and Verses does not natively support iPad, especially in landscape mode. All that having been said, I still find it well worth the $5/year for the help and encouragement it provides in getting me into the Word and getting the Word into me.

!Just Joan! ,

Highly Recommended App for Scripture Memory

This is the app for Scripture memory I’ve been looking for since there have been apps. There are eight methods for reviewing/learning verses - all of which I’ve used through my years of memorizing Scripture. Some of the methods have multiple levels of difficulty. You can place verses in groups that YOU label (Beatitudes, Psalm 23, etc.) which is handy and keeps things organized. You can visually see your progress and memory “health” for each verse from the rings. The app has three Bible translations to choose from - NIV, ESV and KJV and so verses are very easy to add. But, this also means if you have a verse memorized in an older version or a different translation, you can’t really use the app for that verse. I am currently using the free version. This may not be an issue in the premium version. All in all, the best of the six or seven I’ve tried through the years.

Feel like a forced customer ,

Just a heads up.....

I was curious about this app and downloaded it at the end of January to try the 30 day free trial. The app requires the user to set up an account, in order to try it. I wasn’t prepared to start yet and go through that process and figured the 30 day trial would start from the day I set up an account. Anyway, at the end of February, I was billed for the app. I sent a refund request to apple telling them I never used the app- never set up an account. They denied my request. A week later I tried to sign into the app, but since my account was never set up, it said there was a problem. I was disappointed and annoyed with the situation, and sent a screen shot to the app customer service explaining what happened on March 7th. I finally created an account figuring if I paid for it and can’t get a refund, I might as well give it a try. Since I only saw the KJV, I wasn’t really interested. Today (March 27th), the app customer service finally responded and checked in. They saw that I had created an account on 3/7 and wanted to make sure that I no longer saw the error message. I don’t. I have never tried this app, so it might be the best app in the world. But this disappointing situation makes me not want to use this app or support the people behind it.


Verses Basic
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Verses Pro
Adds tools for creeds and catechisms
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Verses, Ltd. Co.
110.9 MB

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



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In-App Purchases
  1. Verses Basic $4.99
  2. ESV $5.99
  3. Verses Pro $9.99


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