Ron Priest Posted July 7, 2010 Share Posted July 7, 2010 I've ben on a Mac now for about 3 years. It wasn't long after I switched to the Mac that I didn't even want to use my PC. It now sets in the back room serving as a file server.... well actually a file archive/backup unit more than an actual "file server". Before I switched over to the Mac however, I installed Laridian's PocketBible on my PocketPC and pretty much slowly started loosing interest in Quick Verse for Windows as much of my attention was on the mobile aspects of Bible software. Actually, I had started loosing interest in Quick Verse years ago after Parsons "Sold Out". After I switched over to the Mac, I continued using my PocketPC until July of 2009 when I got my iPhone. Of course, I no longer had a use for the PocketPC or my desktop PC (other than it's use as a file server/backup unit) I eventually discovered that all of the Bibles and books I had previously purchased for my PocketPC could be download to my iPhone at no extra cost! What a blessing that has been. Then just recently I purchased my iPad and was likewise able to download my Bibles and books to the iPad at no additional charge, how cool is that? Having the Bible in several different translations along with several additional reference books on my iphone and iPad has been fantastic, but it hasn't been complete without a good desktop Bible application on my Mac. To make a long story short, I sort of stumbled upon Accordance while I was viewing an article on a Bible software blog review site known as Bible Software Newsletter . So it appears that my long search for a good Mac based software application has finally been discovered. I purchased my copy of Accordance just before the 4th of July weekend, and am anxiously awaiting the DVD in the mail. So you can expect to hear more from me in the future and please, pardon all of the newbie questions I know I'll have. I do my best to read all of the help files, and watch the online training videos (which btw, Accordance has done a very nice job with those videos found on at: http://www.accordancefiles2.com/training/Start.html Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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