Fighter Verses 3.0

Fighter Verses 3.0The Fighter Verses app for Bible memorization has just received a significant update. We previously explored Fighter Verses in our list of iPad apps for Bible memorization and games, but it is available for both iOS and Android devices.

Note: It does not appear that the Android version has yet been updated. Thus, the following features only apply to the iOS app at the time of this writing.

The latest update makes this an essential Bible study app and includes the following new features:

  • The NASB (New American Standard Bible), my favorite Bible version, has been added to the list of translations. It joins ESV, NIV, and KJV.
  • A Word Bank quiz with five levels of difficulty has been added to the memorization options where you select missing words from a list. This is my favorite of the quiz styles.
  • A Typing quiz with five levels of difficulty has also been included where you type the missing words. Excellent for memorization!
  • There is also a Reference Quiz where you select the Scripture reference that matches the displayed text.
  • The Foundation Verses collection has been added, “which is a collection of verses aimed at young children. Each verse has a corresponding picture that aids memorization and functions as a quiz tool.”
  • You can now add multiple topics (or tags) to each verse in the My Verses collection.
  • You can re-order verses in the My Verses collection.
  • When you are memorizing a multi-verse passage, the “Listen to the Verse” feature now allows you to listen to one verse at a time.

And these are just the new features! To review the existing features, check out our review here.

Fighter Verses is available as an iPad / iPhone / iPod Touch app and an Android app. It costs $2.99.

Fighter Verses 3.0

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2 Responses to “Fighter Verses 3.0”

  1. Do you have anything that will work with Kindle keyboard? (NOT the same as Kindle Fire or Touch)

  2. Hi Martha,

    I don’t believe standard Kindle devices support apps. You’d need one of the Kindle tablet devices to install apps, such as Bible study resources.

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