June 19th, 2013

Now launching: Glo Bible Reader


Glo now has a new paid app in the iTunes app store – Glo Bible Reader +, a great new option for the avid Bible reader!

Glo Bible Reader comes pre-loaded with the NKJV, NIV, ESV, KJV and the Message translations at a great introductory price of $2.99. This app syncs with other existing Glo Bible apps, including Glo for Mac and Glo for Windows for a full multi-device experience.

This announcement comes hand in hand with another: Bible360 is now part of the Glo Bible family! The popular Bible360 app is now Glo Bible Reader, and joins over 1 million Glo Bible users worldwide!

Existing Bible360 users: As a thank you for being a loyal user, your app will upgrade immediately to Glo Bible Reader – with access to all Bible translations – with your next update! Update your iOS app like normal, and if needed login with your Bible360 account. On desktop, follow all in-app instructions, and also use your Bible360 login if needed.

Check out Glo Bible Reader now!
Glo Bible Reader + for iPad
Glo Bible Reader + for iPhone

Glo Bible Reader † for iPad
Bible Reader † for iPhone

Both Glo Bible and Glo Bible Reader iOS apps synchronize with Glo for Mac or Glo for Windows available free from globible.com

Questions about the transition? Contact us.

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10 Responses to “Now launching: Glo Bible Reader”

  1. Chris says:

    How about releasing Glo for Android instead of coming out with other things for Apple. Glo for Android was supposed to be released last fall.

  2. Terry says:

    Likewise – when can I get Bible 360 Premium /Glo Bible Reader on to my Windows Vista PC laptop only Not on i anything Not on to a phone. It was supposed to be released last Spring (yes there is a whole hemisphere down under) not Autumn & certainly Not “Fall” (which is when something goes down). Think bigger Think international UK English for us in Australia. There is a world outside of USA. There is a huge market for your business if all you want is American $. Why be so parochial, ignorant, haughty, proud?

    • Peter says:

      Hi Terry – not sure what you’re referring to here. You should be able to get Glo for your Vista PC worldwide with no problems http://www.globible.com/gloforpc In-app you can choose to upgrade your translations, study bibles, and Glo Premium if you so choose.

      Let me know if there is an issue.

  3. enna says:

    i want to try this

  4. enna says:

    what is the diferent

  5. enna says:

    can i get glo to window vista

  6. MaryLou Ramos says:

    I updated my iPad, iPhone, iPod

  7. Pierre says:

    There is a great need for Glow on Android..whats the hold up developers ? Should have bee published ages ago

  8. Barbara says:

    What is the difference in ESV Study Bible & ESV Bible+? Was charged 19.99 for ESV Study Bible but I don’t see a difference.

    • Peter says:

      Hi Barbara – the ESV Study Bible has the ESV study notes linked to each verse. On the Bible page, you can select the study notes in the bottom left panel.