Can I Bookmark or Highlight a Verse?

Creating a bookmark, highlight, and even a note is simple and fast. However, you must first create a personal account.

Account Set Up:

Simply tap a verse and then select Sign Up

From here you can begin to set up your account

You can also set up your account from the main menu by tapping "Notebook" or "Settings" and then Sign Up under Account.

Once you are fully set up, you can then start making annotations in the app, and here is how:


  • Tap the verse
  • From the pop-up bar, select the red bookmark icon.
  • A red bookmark will appear right by the verse number
  • Tap anywhere in the text to resume.


  • Tap the verse
  • From the pop-up bar, select the highlighter marker icon.
  • Choose your color then tap the text to resume.
  • To cancel tap the verse and select, the white circle with the red line.
  • Tap anywhere in the text to resume.

Make a Note:

  • Tap the verse
  • From the pop-up bar, select the third Note icon.
  • On the Note screen you can create your notes and tap Done when you are complete.
  • A note icon should now appear by the verse number
  • To edit the note, simply tap the verse with the Note icon and make your changes or tap the Trash icon to delete.

Share a Verse:

  • Tap the verse you want to share
  • Select the share icon (last one on the right)
  • You devices Share screen will pop up with your available sharing options (you may need to enable Facebook and other social sharing options on your device to see them).


Please note that if your Bible version does not have a corresponding text (audio only), the search will not be applicable.

  • From the Text screen tap the menu icon (3 white lines in the top left corner).
  • At the top of the list you will see a magnifying glass, tap this to search.
  • Here you can type in keywords or phrases that are found in your Bible version (e. g. Love, Jesus, etc.), or a specific verse reference (e.g. Romans 10:17).

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