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Downloading and installing Bible by Olive Tree on your Windows PC

Download Bible by Olive Tree for Windows: Bible by Olive Tree is an Reference App, developed by HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc.. The Reference App was officially released 2009-10-02. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - HarperCollins Christian Publishing, Inc., with the latest current version being 7.3.1 which was officially released on 2018-09-24. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 121,356 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.


Using Bible by Olive Tree on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Bible by Olive Tree on your computer in 4 simple steps below:


1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 


2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.


3: How to Use Bible by Olive Tree for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Bible by Olive Tree in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Bible by Olive Tree application icon. A window of Bible by Olive Tree will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Bible by Olive Tree icon. Click on it and start using the application.



Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Bible by Olive Tree

Developer Description

Studying the Bible shouldn’t be hard. Bible by Olive Tree equips you with easy-to-use Bible study tools and resources so you can stop skimming Scripture and get answers—for free. Here are 4 ways you’ll be set-up for studying God’s Word: 1) NO WIFI That’s right, you don’t need a WiFi connection to access your Bible, audio Bible, or any other Bible study tools. You could be in the middle of the Amazon or on top of Mt. Everest. If your phone is working, so is your offline Bible app. 2) MORE THAN JUST A BIBLE God has been speaking to His people, through His people, for thousands of years… and that takes some research to understand! This is why we provide 1000s of resources to help you go deeper into God’s Word—because studying the Holy Bible shouldn’t be hard. And when we say “resources,” we mean: -AUDIO BIBLES -DAILY READING PLANS -DEVOTIONALS -BIBLE MAPS -STUDY BIBLES -COMMENTARIES -EBOOKS -CHRISTIAN AUDIO BOOKS -GREEK & HEBREW TOOLS -AND SO MUCH MORE 3) TECH + DESIGN Not only do we implement unique features into our app, but we do it with style. Our favorite is the split-screen window: The Study Center. You can use the Resource Guide tab to access any of the resources available in our app and read them right alongside the Bible of your choice. It even does all the hard work of tracking with you, verse by verse. Studying the Bible just became the easiest it has ever been. 4) CUSTOMIZE YOUR BIBLE Want more highlighter options? That’s fine! Pick your own color, thickness, and change it to underline instead. Have trouble reading small print? Increase the font size! Reading at night? Change the theme to be easier on your eyes. Want to listen safely while you drive? Turn on drive mode! You can save your favorite passages, drop a book ribbon, create a note, add tags, and sign up to receive a daily Bible verse. Best part? Your highlights, notes, and resources sync between all your devices. BIBLE TRANSLATIONS If you’re wondering about our different English translations, this app comes with NIV, ESV, KJV, NKJV and more. Speak a different language? No problem! We have Bibles in Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, French, and others. We also have other popular translations available for in-app purchase! Here are a few: -The Message (MSG) -New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) -New Living Translation (NLT) -The Passion Translation -Christian Standard Bible (CSB) -New American Standard Bible (NASB) FREE STUFF Our passion is inspiring you to connect with God and His Word through technology. Not only is this a free Bible app, but we also have 100s of free resources—all day, every day. INEXPENSIVE BIBLICAL RESOURCES YOU CAN TAKE WITH YOU There’s no need to spend lots of money on paper resources that sit on a shelf. By investing in digital resources, you will be able to get the answers you need wherever you are—even offline. Stop flipping pages aimlessly and get Bible study tools that do the hardest work for you! We have all your favorite Bible study tools and resources available for purchase. Here’s a few: AUDIO BIBLES -NIV Listener’s Audio Bible -KJV Listener’s Audio Bible -NKJV Word of Promise Audio Bible -ESV Hear the Word Audio Bible -Passion Translation Audio Bible STUDY BIBLES -ESV Study Bible -NLT Study Bible -NIV Study Bible -NKJV Study Bible -Life Application Study Bible WORD STUDY BIBLES WITH STRONG’S NUMBERS -Just tap to quickly read definitions of words in the Bible’s original languages COMMENTARIES & STUDY TOOLS -Vine’s Expository Dictionary -Olive Tree Bible Maps -Bible Knowledge Commentary -Zondervan Atlas of the Bible CHRISTIAN AUDIO BOOKS Listen to Christian Audio Books by bestselling Christian authors INTERLINEAR BIBLES -Easily compare the original languages of the Bible HARMONY OF THE GOSPELS -Read through the life of Jesus chronologically, available in several translations ORIGINAL LANGUAGE BIBLES -Greek New Testament: NA28, UBS-5 -Hebrew Old Testament: BHS -Greek Old Testament: Septuagint (LXX)

App Reviews

  • Whatever is excellent, whatever is note worthy...

    5
    By Gralarry2
    I use this Bible application every day along with one of the commentaries to gain additional historical insight into the scripture. I find this to be exceedingly helpful in that I do not always understand the background of many passages of Scripture, particularly the old testament as that is what I am reading now. I am hoping to continue this practice throughout the Old Testament and the New Testament. Though there are some advantages to other biblical apps, this is the one I use daily. For that reason I would wholeheartedly recommend this app to anybody who wishes to gain more insight and knowledge of the Scriptures! In all of my reading, I have come to the conclusion that the word of God is truly able to change a man’s heart at a very deep level. I have yet to see anyone who reads the Scriptures and does not come away with being somewhat changed by them to the extent that they are studied. It is just one more proof to me of their divine origins! The human race has been greatly blessed because of the Scriptures and without them our society would have indeed been very dark and dismal. But they will not help you unless you read them. So try out this app and see if it doesn’t help you with that. May your Bible reading be blessed and you’re worthy prayers being answered!
  • A Tremendous Resource

    5
    By I'm but a Stranger Here
    I am a minister who serves several Churches and The BibleStudy App by Olive Tree is one of my 2 primary sources of bible study. So many resources can be packed into this App, from different Bible translations, to commentaries, to maps, to dictionaries( do wish Webster’s 1828 was available). I use it on my laptop and on my iPad so I can take my entire scriptural library with me wherever I go. The only negative is the high cost of some of the resources, so Whenever I want to add a particular resource I wait until the resource goes on sale. The support staff has been great to assist me in straightening out a few minor glitches (3-mostly caused by me). The staff that assisted me was wonderful. Once after paying $40(I wanted it badly)for one of the resources, it did not show up on my purchased list on line. I wanted to download it to a tablet I was using at the time. A phone call to a customer rep solved the problem. Although I didn’t retain a receipt for my purchase, he added it to my purchased list so I could download it to my new device. Where else in this world would anybody accept the fact you weren’t trying to get over on them, and accept your word for it? I’m sold, and thank God for this resource. I use it everyday.
  • Zodhiates word study bibles

    5
    By fan2go
    I have been using this resource for 15 years. When I starting traveling more, I added the Bibles to my phone. When I changed phone formats, I lost the downloads and was never able to recover them in a way that was easy for me. I just lost them. I have just rebought and loaded them. They are worth every dollar! I use them in church and Bible studies. I can check facts and research words immediately without flipping pages and causing disturbances. If someone uses a Greek or Hebrew reference, I can check right away to see if their translations are contextual to the scripture. So often, particularly in Hebrew, there are typically several choices of a word definition. I studied and speak Hebrew, although I'm not an expert. I know that many that use concordances in their study and teachings have no knowledge of the language, and I'm Berean about checking their work. I don't disdain scholarship by any means, though it's a good exercise for me to check their choices. The app from Zodhiates makes it easy. I trust his scholarship and resources from long use. He makes me a better student if the Word.
  • Useful in so many ways

    5
    By Northport Dad
    I really like this app. I like having my notes, bookmarks, etc available on all my devices. I also enjoy having a split screen where each "pane" tracks the other so the commentary for whatever I'm reading is always just on the other side of the screen. Very useful and very simple to use. I’ve been slowly adding to my library of resources over the last few years. I’ve tended toward those items that work with the resource guide. I don’t have to wonder whether a particular resource I’ve purchased has information relevant to the scripture I’m studying. The resource guide tells me. It’s like having a reference librarian constantly pointing out where useful information can be found in the books I own. This greatly speeds up and deepens my preparation to teach small group lessons. I was hesitant about moving away from a physical Bible but I’m so glad I found this app. Now my biggest worry isn’t “Where did I leave my Bible?” Instead, it’s “Does my iPad have enough charge to make it through Sunday School and church?“
  • Great Bible App

    5
    By WenAllen
    Olive Tree is my everyday Bible. I've been using it for several years now and it is the best. The available Bible versions includes most every version I've ever encountered. The app options are complete. The text display is excellent. The notes and highlighting features are well designed and I use them frequently. In addition to all of that the daily reading guides include the reading guide I've been using for many years and consider to be the best - Robert Murray McCheyne's reading guide. Olive Tree is my go to Bible and I would recommend it to anyone. It has everything you need in an electronic Bible and has served my purposes better than any other I have used. An update: to make the app even better, Olive Tree developed a new WordPress sharing interface that is superb! It allows one to seamlessly update their WordPress site with notes created in the Olive Tree app. Very cool and so easy to use! It has allowed me to easily archive my Bible notes on my WordPress site for the benefit of my friends and family. Olive Tree is the best Bible app around in my humble opinion. :)
  • Olive Tree Bible App makes studying God’s Word so easy.

    5
    By Historylovr
    I love this app! It is a blessing to me to have so many research tools at my fingertips: books on the various regional cultures of Bible times, fascinating maps & chronologies, the people, the Archaeological info, and the Bible translations to compare/study. I am in Bible study heaven. We are so blessed to have this technology available to read, learn about, and study our Lord’s precious Word. I do have a good sized collection of actual physical books, maps, dictionaries, commentaries, Bible Translations, Strong’s, Handbooks, etc., but using the Olive Tree app makes reading and studying so easy due to instant search results, ability to change fonts and text size, and the app automatically brings up relevant info from my Library related to the Bible text I am reading. The Olive Tree Store makes it easy to purchase Bibles, books, maps, etc. that works seamlessly with the Olive Tree App. The app works well on both my iPad and MacBook...great app & I highly recommend it. I have been using the app for 4 years.
  • Look No Further

    5
    By collin edge 07
    I seldom write reviews. Probably less than ten total. I have been a user of Olive Tree Bible Software since the days of the Palm OS Treo. Over the years I have tried many other Bible software solutions as well; on my PC (before the best decision ever: Mac OS X), on my Mac, and on my iOS devices. Some of them were online solutions and some were device based. None of which compared to both the ease of use and depth of capability of the Bible app by Olive Tree. — From the total TechHead to the occasional user; the Bible app offers something for all. — I seamlessly use the software on my MacBook, iPhone, & iPad. It allows me to bookmark areas important to me, make notes for future reference and offers what seems to be an immeasurable number of Bible versions, Maps, Study Guides, Reference Material & Reading Plans. There are many items for purchase and well worth the price. — Olive Tree provides consistent and relevant updates to their software as well as reference material. And their Customer Service is on par with some of the best in the world.
  • Not as good as before

    3
    By thankfullyredeemed77
    I like the many resources you can have in one place with this. They made a major change to the appearance of the app, maybe one year ago though. I liked the old look a lot more. Now I have to hide the tool bar when I'm reading, otherwise the appearance is too jarring and distracting from my reading. The study window where you can read another translation, or dictionary is more cumbersome now. It used to have a cute little tab that blended in nicely when not in use, and could be easily pulled up when needed. I don't know if it was visible with the tool bar hidden, because I never used to hide the tool bar. I now have to display the tool bar to make the study window "plus" sign visible, which also has study window written out over a not so nice green color. The tool bar has a shopping cart in the middle now, which sits right at the top of your screen. I can only surmise that the makers of the app are moo concerned with us buying things than us enjoying our Bible reading experience. One good change is easier access to a Bible reading plan with a button on the tool bar.
  • Great app, but...

    5
    By LiveInFaith
    I have used Olive Tree for years and it is awesome! I have found the “Resource Guide” functionality amazing and the ability to access thousands of titles and references is great. But users should be aware of a couple issues: If you build a large library of titles and reference works (many purchased), you will not be able to “share” these titles across accounts, even to another family member. The app says it supports “Family Sharing” but that does NOT apply to sharing a title, book or study reference with a different Olive Tree Bible account, such as a spouse. Yes, you can have multiple devices so why not just log into the same account? Well, unfortunately, all personal notes and highlights you create are likewise “tied” to one Olive Tree account. So, if your spouse wants his/her own notes or highlights, they have to create a separate account...and lose access to all the library resources you have accumulated. Great app, but be aware that these are two big issues.
  • Great Feature Set

    5
    By Eclexian
    I've been using this app for several years, now. Mostly I stay with it because it has a great set of features, like no other. Highlighting down to the word level, inserting notes anywhere, a split view option and a good collection of supported gestures that make it easy to navigate quickly anywhere all combine to make a really useful study tool. The reliability issues the app has had in the past have seemed quite well cleaned up. It has been several years, now, since any real problems have prevented my using it. While I’m glad for this, I’m very disappointed that this latest release has taken away the ability to search within an open resource, such as a second translation in “parallel view.” I used this frequently, and now will have to constantly switch between OT and another app to do this. Why would they take that functionality away? I sure hope they reconsider this serious deficiency.

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