Without high-end smart phones.
Without having to download complex applications that gobble up storage.
Without having to pay for a lot of data every month.
It’s no surprise that high-end smartphones deliver stunning platforms and applications.
But more than a billion people worldwide, particularly in developing countries, access the internet through $30 Android devices and feature phones—and these devices can’t handle the bandwidth, storage, and data usage required by complex apps.
For these individuals, accessing the Bible online has not been possible.
Does your organization serve low-income communities or communities in developing countries?
Would it further your mission to provide more people with digital access to God’s word in their heart-language?
If so, let’s talk. Because currently the goal of Biblica isn’t to profit from this app, but to find partners who can help us change lives by distributing it to their audiences.
If helping people engage with God’s Word is part of your vision, for about $600 we can provide you with a Bible App you can customize and use. The AIRSCAPE Bible App can be a gamechanger, and here’s why:
When users download and access the AIRSCAPE Bible App, here’s what they will discover:
Imagine being a follower of Jesus in Kampala, Uganda. You recently saved /=112,000 Uganda Schilling ($30 USD) to buy your first Huawei smartphone. You saved over two years to buy this phone to do your banking and communicate with key business connections.
You are also excited about reading and listening to scripture on your daily one-hour commute to work in a matatu (taxi-van). Because you work 10-12 hours a day, time in the matatus provides your best opportunity to engage with God and with His Word.
You look on the Google Play store and find a variety of Bible apps. You choose one to download, but it takes up too much space on your 8 GB phone, and when you listen to the Audio Bible, you get a text message that your mobile data has been consumed.
You think to yourself that while the app may be great for believers in Europe and America, it is not ideal for your situation.
Through a friend, you hear about a new Bible Reader app called AIRSCAPE that is a small download (3MB) and consumes very little data.
Downloading the app, you listen gratefully to your audio Bible in Kiswahili (your heart language) as you ride in the packed matatu through the dusty, bumpy roads around Kampala.
Finally! A way to engage with the Bible that works for you.
*This story is representative but is indicative of the people we are helping with the app.
Click on the link below to learn more becoming a Partner and making the AIRSCAPE Bible app available to the people and communities you serve.