BRF's Bible reading apps reach 100,000 downloads

More than 100,000 people have downloaded Bible Reading Fellowship's Bible reading apps.

Many Christians admit it can be hard to find the time for daily Bible reading but they remain as keen as ever to try different ways of getting around the problem.

The first daily Bible reading app from BRF was based on the New Daylight series and launched in 2010.

They have since launched two more apps based on the Guidelines notes and Day by Day with God daily reading notes written by women for women.

The apps are designed for easy and convenient use. They allow users to search by Bible book or contributor, and keep track of missed readings so that they can be viewed at a later date.

Karen Laister, BRF deputy chief executive said: "The apps provide our content in a format that people on the move need, to accommodate regular Bible reading into their busy lives."

To find out more about BRF Bible daily reading note apps for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch visit:

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