There are lots of different resources to help you study the Bible, from commentaries and concordances to devotionals and dictionaries. But by far the most powerful is a solid Bible app. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get a free Bible app with everything built in?
You can. For over 30 years, Logos built tools that pastors, theologians, and other serious students of the Word prefer to dig into Scripture.
And you can get a free download of the Logos Bible app to try it out!
The free Logos app lays a solid foundation for in-depth, digital Bible study. Though it doesn’t include all the bells and whistles of Logos packages, it provides essential tools and resources to get you started. If you’ve ever been curious about Logos or Bible software in general but have been waiting to try it, the Logos app is for you.
Why you should download the free Logos app
One of the open secrets to understanding Scripture is seeing the connections. How does the cultural context impact this passage? How can other literature from the same era shape our understanding? Where else does Paul use this word, and how should that affect the way we interpret it here?
Understanding how things like theology, culture, language, and genre connect to the passage you’re studying opens new pathways to deeper understanding.
The Logos app helps you see those connections—faster. We’ve gone through the entire Bible—in Greek, Hebrew, and English—and tagged every single word with essential information. We’ve tracked biblical themes and people and places and things and connected them to the passages in trusted biblical resources that explore them.
We’ve done all that work for you so you can open a passage like Ephesians 1 and instantly see background information, cross-references, media, excerpts from commentaries, and lots more—all in one place. You can search your entire library for a word or concept and find just what you need and even compare multiple Bible translations and scroll them all in sync.
Get your free Bible app now
The free Logos app is the perfect tool for getting started with this kind of study. It includes over 40 digital resources for personal Bible study and a sampling of interactive tools that provide an introduction to using the broader Bible platform. Plus, you can bring order to your thoughts with a robust note-taking system that’s like a stand-alone notes app, built just for Bible study.
And because it’s completely free—with no obligation and no strings attached—now’s the perfect time to get started.
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