The Mobile Ministry Forum held it’s fourth webinar of the year with more than 50 people joining us from places as diverse as South Sudan, Holland, North Ireland, Bosnia, Ethiopia, Australia, and Southern California.
View the webinar recording for more details.
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Allan: Attention BibleBox users: WR842ND routers can still be purchased inexpensively from a supplier in Canada. If you buy four at once it currently comes out to $27 each (they charge a flat $6 shipping fee for 1-4 units). More info.
Brian: A dedicated Bible app using the Sharif Arabic translation will be available soon. This can be used and distributed offline. It should be available for both Android & iOS. Email email@example.com for more info.
Darcie: The Reading App Builder has a neat feature to pan and zoom the images. Turn your screen in landscape mode and the text appears phrase by phrase, synchronized with the audio. VERY cool!
Brandon: They also just implemented an “offline sharing” phone to phone share button on the Scripture app.
Allan: SAB is currently also being used to develop a language diagnostic tool for Mexico ―there are 300 language variants with resources available and sometimes dozens of languages from the same family, so this is very helpful.
Darcie: Gitden Reader can read ePub files built with SAB or RAB. I have Gitden Read on my iPhone.
Brian: I mentioned the Sharif Bible app above. If you know of people working with Syrian refugees, this is the translation that seems to be most requested. It will be ideally suited for outreach as it contains just a single translation and will look Arabic rather than Western.
John: We (FCBH) have the audio and you can get a free API from us to pull in the audio content. API Access is at http://digitalbibleplatform.com/
Johnathan: American Sign Language Bible Telegram Chat Bot.