iTalmud, do you?'s Review of Tanach BibleReviewed on 9/3/19 1:59 PM
Would really like the index to also be by Parsha. It's very hard to find things only by perek.
Mike-MW's Review of Tanach BibleReviewed on 6/23/18 3:31 PM
Way too “simple”. In the search, I typed “genesis” and got the message that “genesis” was not found in Tanach. Not worth having it. I’m unloading it now.
Strange Accent's Review of Tanach BibleReviewed on 12/19/18 1:11 PM
For the most part this is a pretty good app. The user interface (getting from one Sefer to another) could be more user friendly - there are too many hierarchical menus to go back and forward with. How about making the options of Sefer, Perek etc. selectable by "rolling" up and down like when choosing a date and time for an entry in iPhone / iPad Calendar? Also, just because I choose to see text in "Parshiot" view instead of "Chapter" view, why should I not be able to see the number of the Perek I'm in, in addition to the Pasuk?
Monsey Yid's Review of Tanach BibleReviewed on 12/19/18 1:11 PM
Use it to learn one perek Tanach daily.Takes only two years to finish. The app is amazingly good.Thanks
Mark D R Stern's Review of Tanach BibleReviewed on 12/19/18 1:11 PM
I can not think of a better book to have on my iPhone for those times that I am forced to wait without access to a magazine or newspaper. To read the Tanach on your iPhone in English and in Hebrew is the best book anyone could have. I can now read and study Torah, the Nevi'im, and the Ketubim at any time! And the app has the capability of bookmarking verses and searching for words in English or in Hebrew. I have already bookmarked all the footnotes I have written in the margins of my Tanach. Now, not only can I read and study independently, if I ever am in a discussion of Torah with someone, I have the entire Tanach and commentary in my pocket. I can now pull out my phone and use my bookmarks to bring up relevant passages and search for words in English or in Hebrew. No longer will my personal conversations on scripture be based on: "Trust me: I have read it in the original Hebrew". Now, I can pull out my phone and show anyone who questions scripture the English translation and translate the Hebrew for them. Any time I have a question away from home, I do not have to wait to go home and get my Tanach to find out. I can simply pull out my phone and find the chapter and verse in English and Hebrew for myself or others. I can not think of a more important book to have on my phone but the Torah, Nevi'im and Ketubim. The only problem is that I do not have a Hebrew dictionary if I find a verse I can not translate. But, perhaps there is an app for that too.
Ex-ruzzler's Review of Tanach BibleReviewed on 12/19/18 1:11 PM
Does exactly what it says and does it well. My only wish is for a dictionary / lexicon tied into it to assist with reading.
dr_punditington's Review of Tanach BibleReviewed on 12/19/18 1:11 PM
This is nice, but İ wish they would say which Hebrew text this is, and what English translation they're using. Haggai 1.6 says "there is no warm." I hope there aren't other errors.
Pianoelliot6000's Review of Tanach BibleReviewed on 12/19/18 1:11 PM
It's not a great translation. It leaves out words when translating, and sometime it will add an extra few words that aren't in the pasuk. A direct translation would be preferred.
RalphND's Review of Tanach BibleReviewed on 12/19/18 1:11 PM
I just bought the app & was disappointed in the lack of "options" features such as: controlling the font size, bookmarks, history, notes, etc. if anything at all, I would like to have the option to control the font size & an option for having a full screen of only the English translation to go along with the other formats.
Exmed's Review of Tanach BibleReviewed on 12/19/18 1:11 PM
I learned the bible in Hebrew and the app enables me to communicate with people who knows the English version