Blue Letter Bible

Blue Letter Bible for Pc

  • Category: Reference
  • Last Updated: 2018-07-03
  • Current version: 2.71
  • File size: 81.46 MB
  • Developer: Blue Letter Bible
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Blue Letter Bible on your Windows PC

Download Blue Letter Bible for Windows: Blue Letter Bible is an Reference App, developed by Blue Letter Bible. The Reference App was officially released 2010-05-17. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Blue Letter Bible, with the latest current version being 2.71 which was officially released on 2018-07-03. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 106,061 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 5 out of a possible 5.

Using Blue Letter Bible 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 Blue Letter Bible 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 Blue Letter Bible for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Blue Letter Bible in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Blue Letter Bible application icon. A window of Blue Letter Bible 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 Blue Letter Bible 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 Blue Letter Bible

Developer Description

Powerful Bible study tools linked to every verse in an easy-to-use, personalized Bible reader! Dig deep into God’s Word with over 30 Bible versions, audio Bibles, text and audio commentaries, Hebrew / Greek lexicon, concordances, dictionaries, advanced word searches, and more. Customize your reading experience with rich color themes, fonts, auto scrolling, and parallel version views. Personalize your study with highlighting, underlining, and note taking options – all with Cloud back up.   Join our 7.5 million+ annual website users and 1 million+ app users who choose to dig deeper into God’s Word with Blue Letter Bible!  POWERFUL FREE BIBLE STUDY TOOLS  • Study the Hebrew & Greek with our original language lexicon  • Perform advanced word study searches using the many available dictionaries and encyclopedias  • Use the Treasury of Scripture Knowledge for an in-depth study • Read from the many available text commentaries  • Listen to the Bible and audio commentaries  CUSTOMIZED BIBLE READER  • Christian Standard Bible (CSB) comes free & installed as part of the core Bibles! • Choose from over 30 Bible translations available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, German, Russian, French, Hebrew, and Greek  • Choose from various color themes, adjustable fonts and sizes with an automatic option • Read different Bible versions side-by-side  • Read the Bible with the variable speed auto-scroll feature    PERSONALIZED BIBLE STUDY  • Share verse passages to iMessage, Email, Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and more  • Bookmark your favorite chapters with visual indicators in the app and organize them in custom folders  • Highlight and underline your favorite verses in customizable colors  • Backup, restore, and share your preferences locally from iCloud • Launch the “New Resource” menu from the BLB icon  A NOTE ABOUT OLDER IPHONE / IPAD DEVICES  As of release of 2.65 and later we recommend upgrading to iOS 7 or later, if possible, to continue to receive BLB app updates. As of 2.65 we will no longer be providing updates for older devices not compatible with iOS 7.0 or later. If you are running the BLB app on an Apple device that is using iOS 6.1 or older and are experiencing restriction issues with BLB online content, it is due to the replacement of the older SHA-1 certificates on our servers. Please visit "" for more information. QUESTIONS?  Questions or issues with the BLB app after updating? We’re here to serve! First, visit our FAQs by clicking on the link to our support site to see if your question can be answered there. If not, please leave your feedback on the support page and a member of our staff will get back to you  as soon as possible. For those leaving iTunes Customer Reviews, please know that we have no way of contacting you unless you leave your feedback on the support page. Please review and rate the Blue Letter Bible app! Ratings and feedback will help us to improve the Blue Letter Bible app.

App Reviews

  • Sola Scrriptura • Solus Christus • Soli Deo Gloria

    By TheWyoKid
    The Word of God is my barometer for life; for spiritual life. The Blue Letter Bible enables me to have His Word available at times I don't have my Bible. It is truly a "user friendly" App. Blue Letter Bible also has a great website. I've been blessed with the opportunity to meet some of the Blue Letter Staff on a couple of occasions and from them, learn much more about the App and about Blue Letter's ministry. It is obviously to make God's Word available to more souls. It is a God honoring ministry • Soli Deo Gloria. The App contains many wonderful features: a) Search; b) Ability to highlight text; c) Background color/text color change; d) Audio read; and e) Scroll feature to name a few. I have found the App's features to be consistently reliable. The Blue Letter App doesn't contain a lot of extraneous, options (or programs) to distract from the pure Word of God as do some Bible Apps. In essence, The Blue Letter Bible provides one with the opportunity to have The Word in an unclouded format. In a format in which one needn't be concerned with the potentially misleading opinions of man. I love the purity of The Word of God and, with the assistance of The Holy Spirit, drawing nigh Him through His precious Word. When I consider The Blue Letter Bible App, I am made mindful of the monicker "Sola Scriptura"! Thank you Blue Letter Bible for your wonderful App! ~WyoKid
  • True to the ancient scriptures best of allll I've downloaded!

    By Sn3akerpimps
    This is been an incredible Bible to study out of I've been sitting with my grandfather long distance and this has helped us so much. I would like to say also that this by far is completely perfect in Word for Word chapter by chapter verse by verse perfection they made sure to get it right. And other Bibles I've heard them say the word Jew instead of Israel or the tribe of Judah instead of Israel which is the original translation you have to go back to the beginning translations to understand what the new were Bibles have changed. The new were Bibles have changed if these things against God and against man and they will reap the consequences in heaven. Never deface the Bible it is a beautiful poetic studying theology God bless America where at least I know I'm free a God-given right that we should never let go of this Bible gives it that credibility a human right God given that we are free this Bible helps you to go back-and-forth chapter by chapter verse by verse and reference new and old testament genesis words often referenced in John and Matthew by Jesus it's a beautiful scripture wonderful to share with your family.
  • Best app!

    By TeachEnkrat
    I've tried many Bible apps and (for my purposes) the Blue Letter Bible app on iPhones has the quickest, and the most productive interface. I have no problems using the KJV that I've been used to for 60 years in printed Bibles, and without going online it's a snap (two taps) to access a verse for comparison to all the other English and several versions (Latin, French Spanish & Greek from to top of my head.) It keeps an endless log of my previous lookups and gives local access to a Matthew Henry commentary (and online a lot more) - plays audio. My favorite feature is that it allows me to search original-language terms that previously I had to use the cumbersome Wigram's concordance to find, and even to highlight and copy the Greek and Hebrew verses bit-by-bit, or even the entire gif version image of the Thayer or Gesenius entry for each Strong's listing. Why pay for a hard-to-learn software library? I've gladly donated to help out this wonderful team - one of whom, Ronny Ferro of blessed memory, has passed on to Glory.
  • It is like having my full desktop Bible study software all in 1 place on my phone.

    By @Marketplce
    My iPhone X no longer supported the good Mantis Bible software I had been using to simply find in the KJV the meanings of the original Hebrew and Greek. I was forced to change. This is a great example of good is the enemy of great, because this software is great. It is like having my full desktop Bible study software all in 1 place on my phone. It is fast, intuitive, and very thorough. The fact that it is shareware is surprising giving the abundance of features and so far flawless execution. If not free I probably wouldn’t have tried it. I’m so happy I found this and will now gladly contribute to support it. If you are a Bible student this makes your studying, mobile, quick and effective. Fact check in real time messages your listening to and on the road be confident with any inspirational last minute changes you want to add to improve your own outlines. This is an unpaid review from a user who has spent about a week exploring its sundry functions.
  • Like everything...except search

    By Exceptionalfamily
    Before I began using BLB I used Olive Tree. I wanted the BLB because of the ability to interchange the different translations easily. I attend a church where different leaders/Pastors use different translations. There is one feature I like on Olive tree a little better is the search feature. When I search a specific word, then look it up and then come back to search for more on the same word, my list of references were still there. However BLB doesn’t seem to save my search results leaving me having to re-type the search word and pull up the list again. It would be nice if BLB retained what I was searching so I can flip from viewing the verse to the search menu easily. I hope that makes sense. I enjoy the app for everything else. I wish there was an easier highlighting method as well. When I press on a verse to highlight...a long menu of multiple features comes up and that can be distracting in the middle of a sermon.
  • Great for study

    By WoodedBliss
    There are many options to read the Bible, but sometimes you really find you need to study the word of God to understand the message. BLB provides an immediate access to various commentaries, actual word for word translation of the original language of the text, and a comparison of multiple translations to help understand what our Lord wanted us to know in reading each part. Without digging deeper and studying some scripture, we miss out n a lot of what is being relayed to us. Our language and everyday vernacular today is so different from that of the writers and we t no to skip over things that are not familiar, but with the context of the meaning from the culture in which it was written, we can finally get the full message and understand. Thanks so much for putting this application together. I try to use it every morning for my study.
  • For Serious Bible Students

    By Whiteboydave
    I do a lot of detailed Bible study where I'm constantly in the Greek, it's grammar, and in the Hebrew, and this is where Blue Letter Bible (BLB) is key! Even with my other costly Bible/lexicon programs, I use Blue Letter Bible 99.5% of the time. Everything I need is right there at my fingertips and easy access: The Greek, Hebrew, grammar, lexicons, concordance, cross reference, Bible dictionaries, commentaries, different English versions, multiple language comparisons, devotional readings everything! Like I said, I have expensive Bible Greek/Hebrew lexicon programs on my computer. However, I use BLB 99% of the time for almost everything, because its right there, and the lexicons go into the proper In-depth detail on vocabulary, grammar, and language structure that I need for my study.. Anyone who are serious students of the Word of God, and enjoys Detailed Bible Study should get BLB, I highly recommend it.....
  • Very Versatile in Comparisons

    By Chi Ladyhawk
    I really appreciate the option of being able to read the Bible as in other Bible translations. My preference is the HNV (Hebrew Names Version) which uses the original Hebrew names as their translations been lost in the KJV and others. What I hope to see is the use of God’s name mentioned like the use of the Hebrew name for Christ is shown. This would really make this a 5 star for me, since there are very few Bibles that will even recognize use of His name in the original Hebrew text. I’ve spoke with others who shared the my same thoughts when it comes to study materials referencing the Hebrew text for any biblical names. Yours do which is why I continue to read and refer it to others. Thanks in advance for your consideration regarding make this available for students (and others) like me who would truly enjoy reading His name in that content.
  • My favorite app

    By Fitwilsons
    BLB app is my go app for Bible study. I've used it for years. I've tried several others but always come back to this one. I've never found one that compares or comes close. The features I use most are the Strong's concordance, the commentaries, translation comparison and the search features. The only downside I've ever encountered is simply if I do not have cell service and cannot use the NKJV (KJV is always available) and the commentaries. The trade off however is that there is less memory used on my phone. I also appreciate the Bible reading feature (where someone reads the text). My husband really likes the audio commentaries and uses them often. All in all an excellent product that we are so happy to have available to study the Word with.
  • Best Bible app

    By Samuelfoe
    This Bible app is the best that you’ll get (which makes sense, since it’s been around since the internet began). There are multiple options no other app gives, such as a history of passages you’ve read since downloading the app, the cross reference Treasury of Scripture Knowledge section (shows similar verses based on each word of a verse), and even multiple commentaries (I recommend Matthew Henry, especially if you read the KJV). The interlinear Hebrew/Greek has crashed on me a handful of times, but opening the app again took me right back to the verses I was looking at. There are just tons of features in BLB that aren’t offered in other apps, even tools I haven’t used before because I forget about them. The interface does seem a little older, but it is not bothersome, and most of the appearance is customizable anyways. Have you ever used a Bible app that gives you the option to read two Bible versions side by side, chapter by chapter? This is an example of a feature I would use once in a *blue* moon, but it is still awesome to know I have the option. Blue Letter Bible is the greatest Bible app you’ll get, and for computers their website is even better!