JW Library is an official app produced by Jehovah’s Witnesses. It includes six Bible translations.
The New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures (2013 revision) published by Jehovah’s Witnesses. This version contains:
An introduction that answers 20 Bible questions.
An outline of contents at the beginning of each Bible book.
Footnotes and cross references.
An index of Bible words and a glossary of terms.
An appendix that includes maps, charts, and timelines, which help you gain the most from your Bible reading.
The New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures—With References (1984 revision)
The Kingdom Interlinear Translation of the Greek Scriptures. This Bible contains the Greek text edited by B. F. Westcott and F. J. A. Hort. Between the lines you will find a word-for-word English translation.
The Bible in Living English (Steven T. Byington)
The American Standard Version
The King James Version
Frequently Asked Questions
JW Library is compatible with the following devices:
iPad 2 and newer (running iOS 6.0 or later)
iPhone 3GS and newer (running iOS 6.0 or later)
Android tablets and phones (running version 2.3 or later)
Windows 8 tablets and PCs
Kindle Fire tablets
Support for the following device is coming soon:
Windows Phone 8
Support for the following devices is not planned:
iPhone 3G and earlier
Android tablets and phones running version 2.2 and earlier
Computers running Windows 7 and earlier
Windows Phone 7.8 and earlier
Yes. Future versions of JW Library will allow you to download the Bible and other publications in many languages.
The 2013 revision of the New World Translation is referred to as New World Translation. The 1984 edition is referred to as Reference Bible.
The colors correspond to the eight groupings explained in Question 19 of An Introduction to God’s Word.
No. The search is limited to the text of the Bible books.
No. You can only search for words or phrases that appear in the Bible text.