The Bible app is getting an update to allow Bible users to read the text online and at home.
The Bible app has been downloaded more than 10 million times.
Bible College, an evangelical Christian school, announced Thursday that it will be adding Bible reading plans to its app.
The plans allow students to pick which Bible readings they want to read at home and choose from a selection of Bible readings from the Bible.
The apps, which were previously available in Hebrew, German and Spanish, will be available in both English and Spanish.
Biblical College, which is based in Virginia, said it hopes to make Bible reading even more convenient for the millions of Bible students and Bible students around the world.
“We know that we have the best Bible in history, and we believe that everyone should have access to the best biblical texts available on any device and at any time,” Christian College president Dr. David Hodge said in a statement.
“The Bible is the Bible.”
Bible college says its app will be more accessible for students who cannot read English.
The app will also include Bible readings that have never been published before, according to Bible College’s website.
The school has received an outpouring of support from evangelicals, including from Pope Francis, who said that he hopes the app will help students find their place in the world by showing them the Bible as a guide.
In February, Pope Francis told a Vatican audience that the Bible should be taught in public schools, and urged Christians to read and share it.
“There is no doubt that it’s a very powerful tool,” Francis said.
“But in a democratic society, one should be able to read it in private and freely.”