Available for: iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac, Windows Desktop and Windows Store.
Afrikaans originated from Dutch and was developed on the African Continent by Dutch settlers and their indentured workers. It is widely spoken today in South Africa and Namibia. Today, the Afrikaans Bible is published by the Bible Society of South Africa, which has distributed almost 10 million copies in various editions. The first book of the Bible was translated into Afrikaans in 1878. By 1933 the first Afrikaans Bible was published. The latest Afrikaans translation was published in 1983. This download includes the 1983 version of the Afrikaans Bible.
This product is only available for the new 5.9 version of our apps or newer. However, if you purchase now, you will be able to download the product at no extra charge when your app is updated.
The Olive Tree team has been busy working on a major technology update to give you the best reading and studying experience possible. The Bible Study App 5.9 or 6.0 technology update is already available for our Windows Store, Android, and iOS apps. We are currently working on the 6.0 update for our Mac and Windows Desktop apps, and hope to have them released soon!×
Will 6.0 Be Available For My Device?
We are currently working on the 6.0 update for our Mac app. Please note that 6.0 will only be available to the Mac App Store for those running Mac OS X Yosemite or later.
When Is The 6.0 Update Expected?
The 6.0 update is our top priority. We are working hard to get the update out as soon as we can. This is a major update to our core technology that requires us to rework major sections of the app. It could still be several months before we have fully rolled out 6.0 to all platforms.
Will I Have To Purchase This Resource Again?
Nope! If you purchase this product now, you will be able to download it as soon as your app has been updated to 5.9 or above at no additional charge.