We are hoping BibleReader will be available on iTunes for the launch of the iPad tomorrow. (If it’s not on the iPad store tomorrow, expect to see it very soon!) We hope you enjoy using this newly-designed application as much as we enjoyed creating it. You’ll find a new design and interface that takes advantage of the unique features of the iPad, like its large, beautiful display. We’ve never seen the Bible look better on a mobile device!

How do I get BibleReader on iPad?

Find us on iTunes! iTunes 9 includes the ability to view and browse apps for iPad. Look for BibleReader – Bible Study for iPad, a free app.

How do I get my books on iPad?

BibleReader on iPad allows you to access the contents of your Olive Tree Personal Library, so books you’ve already purchased that are in your Olive Tree Personal Library can be downloaded for reading on your iPad. Open “My Account” in BibleReader and enter your username and password from OliveTree.com to access the contents of your Personal Library.

If your Bibles or books came bundled with a BibleReader app (like the NIV Bible in NIV Bible for BibleReader), you need to sync them to your Olive Tree account at OliveTree.com. Watch this video from Olive Tree University to learn how to easily sync books to your Olive Tree account. Once all your books are synced to your Olive Tree account, you’ll be able to download them into your iPad BibleReader app.

I did the sync, but all my titles still aren’t visible.

We are working hard to make every Olive Tree title available on iPad, but there are a small number of titles in the Olive Tree Library still not available because of publisher permission issues. If there are some titles in your Personal Library at OliveTree.com that you do not see listed on your iPad, it may be because we have not been able to secure permission to distribute those titles on iPad. We’re still working to expand our permissions with publishers, and we hope we can resolve these exceptions as soon as possible.