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Logos Bible Software

Logos Bible study software is one of the leading Bible study platforms. It has ebook functionality similar to kindle but with extensive research tools, data tagging and links between books etc.

The app is also sold with different libraries, features sets and branding under the names Noet and Verbum for study of Classics and Catholicism.

Since the latest software is available as a free download efforts are always focused on the latest release. If you are still using an old version note that updates to the base software are usually free of charge. Just download the latest version and sign in. It should download all previous purchases.

Application Details:

Developer: Logos Research Systems

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VersionDescriptionLatest RatingLatest Wine version testedTest resultsComments
2.1cLibronix DLS Logos Bible software.Gold0.9.50.10
2.1GBible study softwareGarbage0.9.4.10
4the Latest version of the Logos Bible study software.Garbage1.5.1690
5Logos software released in 4q 2012Garbage1.5.2310
6The very basic application is free to install. I have a licensed version. I followed the guide for installing offline found here:
7The latest version of Logos Bible Software released August 22nd, 2016.Bronze3.1420
8Logos Bible Software is a digital library application designed for electronic Bible study. In addition to basic eBook functionality, it includes extensive resource linking, note-taking functionality, and linguistic analysis for study of the Bible both in translation and in its original languages. It is developed by Faithlife Corporation. As of February 2019, Logos Bible Software is in its eighth version. Logos Bible Software is compatible with more than 43,000 titles related to the Bible from 200 publishers, including Baker, Bantam, Catholic University of America Press, Eerdmans, Harvest House, Merriam Webster, Moody Press, Oxford University Press, Thomas Nelson, Tyndale House, and Zondervan. Logos also recently published its own Lexham Bible Reference series, featuring new scholarship on the original Biblical languages. (source Wikipedia)Silver5.1698