Customer Appreciation Week

Posted by on 07/31/2017 in:

If you can’t tell, we are more than excited to celebrate our nine-year anniversary in the App Store! Since the days of Palm Pilots we have been working hard to get the Bible into hands . . . and phones, tablets, laptops, iPads, desktops, and anything else possible. We’re dedicated to this endeavor because we are dedicated to inspiring people to know God more. It has been such a joy to work hard—all for God’s glory.

It’s About You

But, this celebration isn’t about us and what we have accomplished. It’s about YOU—our users. Without you, we wouldn’t have any reason to be formatting, designing, or coding. Without you, we wouldn’t be an app at all! We are so proud of the way you seek to know God more and more through His Word. It’s truly incredible.

Share Your Story

So, we are making this week about you. If you head on over to our Facebook page, you can find a post where we are asking to hear your stories. We are always so overwhelmed with the kind words you send our way, sharing how the app has helped you read, share, and teach the Bible. You inspired us to collect these stories and publish them in a blog post.

In order to be a part of this, share your story at the bottom of this blog on our pinned Facebook post in a comment. At the end of the week we will compile our favorites and share them on the blog for everyone to see. Then we can all celebrate together the way God has used His Word to change lives!

Customer Appreciation Week

Thanks again, Olive Tree users. Whether you use our app for personal study, teaching, or preaching, you are being shaped more like Jesus Christ, and those around you can see it. Happy nine years!


  • Rod Wood says:

    Way back when my spouse got a palm e2 we got the Bible app. She got a life drive and I got her hand me down. Was impressed with the Bible and used it a lot.

  • Mark Lawry says:

    The Olive Tree Bible Study App is absolutely wonderful and works intuitively and smoothly. I love how on my iPad I can tap on a cross-reference, and then if I need information on a specific word in the cross-reference I can tap on that word and get Strong’s etc. When I finished with that a couple of taps and I am back to the original passage. However, I am writing again to plead with you to allow formatting of notes. You have been promising the last few years that this will eventuate; the most recent promise was that it would occur in 2017. Every other significant Bible study app can manage some degree of formatting of notes; If you are unable to provide this, please put me out of my misery and let me know!

    • Cierra Klatt says:

      Sorry, there are no updates at this time, Mark. But I have mentioned this suggestion again to our development team. Let me know if you have more questions.

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