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Discussion in 'Bible Versions/Translations' started by R. Lawson, Feb 7, 2011.
They are charging 9.99???? Wow. The Holman and the ESV are free and the NASB is 1.99 for the older edition (newer is. 9.99). If I thought the NIV was a great translation, I may pay the money, but I would think the other translations are better and less expensive.
I would probably use the 9.99 for another book, rather than another Bible. But we Kindle users are usually a bigger snob on price than most other people.
I had a bit of trouble syncing and downloading the 2011 version. It appeared as the old NIV. I use Kindle for PC (LINK) also, so I synced it on the PC. Afterward I synced my Kindle again and had the 2011 edition.
Just a heads up!
The NET (with full notes) is also free. (I'm using Nook software.)