BibleReader on iPad accesses your Olive Tree Personal Library, so most books you’ve already purchased* for other platforms are available to read and study on iPad BibleReader. For additional information on how to access your previously-purchased Olive Tree titles on iPad, see the Support Tips article below.
We know many Olive Tree iPad users have been waiting anxiously for this release. We hope you are enjoying the new Bible Study experience!
Bible Study Tools are 25% off — This Weekend Only!
Watch our Bible Study Tools shine for BibleReader on iPad. But don’t worry—these discounts are for everyone, no matter what mobile platform you use!
All Bible Study Tools are on sale this weekend. That’s 100+ resources, on sale for 25% off, now through Monday, May 17 at OliveTree.com.
You’ll recognize these great discounts on the OliveTree.com storefront when you see strikeout pricing, so you see just how much you save.
Bible Study Tools include a wide variety of resources, including selected study Bibles, commentaries, maps sets, original language texts, and even some Olive Tree Collections. There’s something for everyone! Take advantage of these great sale prices to build a powerful personal library. On the iPad and on other mobile devices, you’ll have all the tools you need for Bible reading and study right where you need them, wherever you go.
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New! Manna Bible Maps Study Set, plus free sample!
|Map Thumbnail plus Terms & Locations
The new Manna Bible Maps Study Set is now available in full color for BibleReader 4 platforms! It includes 21 full-color Bible maps of Bible lands and places, along with a corresponding glossary of terms for each map. On your smartphone or iPad, just touch map thumbnail images to zoom in for more detail.
The complete study set includes maps like these:
- Journey of Abraham
- Nations of Canaan
- United & Divided Kingdoms
- Paul’s Journeys
- . . . and many more!
Manna Bible Maps Study Set is available now for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, BlackBerry, Android, and Symbian 60-5.
Try a free sample. Download Manna Bible Maps – Free Sample to explore 3 sample maps.
|"Paul’s 3rd Journey" Full Screen Map
Featured Bible Study Tools – 25% off through Monday!
Matthew Henry’s Complete Commentary on the Whole Bible
From Genesis to Revelation, Matthew Henry successfully combines practical application, devotional insight, and scholarship in Matthew Henry’s Complete Commentary on the Whole Bible. Henry has profound insights on the content, message, and nature of God’s divine revelation. Perfect for all readers of the Bible who want a convenient, comprehensive commentary.
Interested in a free sample? You can download Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible to get a concise taste of Matthew Henry’s full commentary.
Matthew Henry’s Complete Commentary on the Whole Bible and Matthew Henry’s Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible are available on most BibleReader platforms: iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, BlackBerry, Android, Symbian, Palm, and Windows Mobile.
IVP Bible Background Commentary
The IVP Bible Background Commentary (Old and New Testaments) is an acclaimed reference work that offers the historical, cultural, and archaeological context for each part of the Bible.
Critical to in-depth Bible study is an understanding of the cultural background of the scripture you are studying. Studied in context, Bible passages reveal a deeper, richer picture of scripture’s message to us today. In a verse-by-verse format, this commentary includes a glossary of cultural terms and important historical figures, maps and charts, up-to-date bibliographies, and introductory essays about cultural background information for each book of the Old and New Testaments.
The IVP Bible Background Commentary: Old Testament or the The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament can be purchased separately, or you can buy the IVP Bible Background Commentary: Bundle that contains both.
IVP Bible Background Commentary is available on most BibleReader platforms: iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, BlackBerry, Android, Symbian 60-5, Palm, and Windows Mobile.
Check out these new and updated releases from Olive Tree . . .
Resources listed here are new and updated for BibleReader 4 platforms, including iPhone and iPad, Android, BlackBerry, and Symbian 60-5.
Olive Tree Free Resources:
SUPPORT TIPS: iPad FAQs
Which BibleReader Apps have iPad support?
BibleReader and BibleReader – Free (links open in iTunes) are the two "universal" apps that work on iPhone and also offer the new design and features for iPad. If you’re downloading BibleReader for iPad for the first time, check out BibleReader – Free.
I was using a different BibleReader app, and it hasn’t been updated for iPad. Will it be?
Olive Tree is in the process of submitting updates for many of our other BibleReader apps, and we hope to see them updated with iPad support soon. If you are waiting for a particular app to be updated, we encourage you to download BibleReader – Free in the meantime!
|Syncing Olive Tree Resources
I’ve got BibleReader on my iPad, but all my titles aren’t showing up in my account. What’s wrong?
There are several steps you can take to ensure that all your books and Bibles are transferred to your iPad. You’ll need your iTunes password, and your Olive Tree username and password. (Don’t have an Olive Tree account yet? Create one here.)
» Did your resources come with a different BibleReader app?
If you bought a BibleReader app with a Bible name in its title (like NKJV Bible for BibleReader), the titles bundled in that app need to be synced to your Olive Tree account on OliveTree.com. To do this, open the app that contains the bundled resources and use the button that says "Synchronize books with your Olive Tree account." It is at the very bottom of the My Account screen in BibleReader (see screenshot). It will sync the bundled resources in your app to your account on OliveTree.com, and then you can download them from your Olive Tree account into any BibleReader app you wish.
|Accessing iTunes Purchases
» Were your resources purchased using in-app purchasing?
Resources purchased with your iTunes account using in-app purchasing also need to be synced to your Olive Tree account. How you do this depends on the version of BibleReader you are currently using.
For versions 4.11 and earlier, go to My Account and enter your iTunes password when a pop-up window prompts you to do so. When you enter your iTunes password, any in-app purchases will be synced to your Olive Tree account. Next, scroll to the bottom of the My Account screen and use the "Synchronize books with your Olive Tree account" button.
For version 4.12, use the new button at the top of the My Account screen that says "Get Books from my iTunes Account for this app" (see screenshot). Enter your iTunes password when prompted. Then, scroll to the bottom of the My Account screen and use the "Synchronize books with your Olive Tree account" button.
» Some titles are not currently available on iPad due to licensing issues.
If you have tried to sync your titles to BibleReader on iPad but some resources still don’t show up, it is possible they are not available to download to iPad because of publisher permissions issues. (This applies to only a small number of titles.) See this Olive Tree blog post for full details. We’re working to resolve these licensing issues as quickly as possible.
If you’ve synced your titles as described above and you still can’t access them on your iPad, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more assistance.
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