What if the world’s poor could access the Bible online?
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.
- AIRSCAPE is a powerful technology that allows low-end smart phones and feature phones to access high performing platforms and applications.
- Biblica has harnessed this technology to create a robust Bible app created specifically for low-tech devices.
- Partner organizations—including churches and church planting movements—are working with Biblica to get this dynamic Bible reader and audio Bible player into the hands of people around the world.
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.