Spokane, WA, December 21, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Olive Tree Bible Software announces the release of its BibleReader for Symbian series 60 version 3.0 and Symbian UIQ version 3.0 devices – the newest Symbian devices on the market. Supporting over 70 Bible translations, these units make handy devices for reading, searching and exploring the Bible. Over the last few months, manufacturers have shipped several million cell phones running these operating systems. Congruent with the number of these devices now on the market, requests began to come to Olive Tree to provide Bible software that would run on them. The company has met the appeal, furthering its penetration of the handheld market.
The BibleReader for Symbian devices supports numerous Bibles, devotionals, and eBooks, in several languages. Among the items offered are the NIV, ESV, The Message, KJV, and ASV Bibles; Daily Light, Spurgeon’s Morning and Evening, and other devotionals; eBooks by numerous authors such as Andrew Murray, Hannah Whitall Smtih, John Bunyan, and Charles Finney. Symbian UIQ also supports the KJV and NASB Bibles with Strong’s dictionaries hyperlinked to the Bible text. Carry the Bible, a devotional, and your favorite eBooks with you wherever you go. Along with these two new Symbian platforms, Olive Tree also supports Symbian UIQ v2.0, series 60 v1.0 and v2.0, and Symbian series 80 v2.0 devices. Get started with the BibleReader download for your particular device:
About Olive Tree Bible Software
Olive Tree Bible Software provides Bible versions and study tools for Palm OS, Pocket PC, Smartphone and Symbian cell phones, and BlackBerry devices. Web and online Bible search engines are also available. The BibleReader™ application enables users to read Bibles and other resources, quickly navigate to new references, search documents, bookmark passages, create personalized notes, and much more. The company publishes over 100 electronic translations of the Bible, as well as commentaries, dictionaries, devotionals, and Christian eBooks. The Bible is offered in many languages, including Chinese, English, French, German, and Spanish. Original Hebrew and Greek texts with parsing tools are also available. Visit www.OliveTree.com.