Scripture App Builder (SAB) helps to create a smartphone app without having to learn any code. It can combine text, audio, and images into an app that will run on both Android and iOS smartphones. After you have created a story or instructional document in MS Word, it takes only a few minutes to create an app in SAB. It is very similar to Reading App Builder, but focuses on creating apps of Scripture. The apps produced in SAB can combine both text and audio.
This May Be a Good Tool For Your Community If:
This is a great tool for any project where people have smartphones or tablets. It can also be an effective tool for diaspora, displaced peoples and multilingual ministries. Scripture App Builder is multilingual—you can create content in more than one language.
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How This Works
Scripture App Builder helps you to build customized Scripture apps for Android and iOS smartphones and tablets. You specify the Scripture files to use, the app name, the fonts, the colors, the about box information, the audio, and the icons. Scripture App Builder will package everything together and build the customized app for you. You can then install it on your phone, send it to others by Bluetooth, share it on microSD memory cards, and publish it to app stores on the Internet.
One person or a team of people can create an app. If a person has received Scripture App Builder training, that person is capable of creating an app by themselves. Apps can even be built directly from Paratext and audio files. To build an app, you specify the text and audio files, the app name, the fonts, the colors, the about box information and the icons. Scripture App Builder will package everything together and compile the customized app for you. The time needed to build an app depends on the complexity of the app. A simple text document in Word or a Bloom book can be turned into an app in less than five minutes! An app with text, images, and audio that highlights the text as it is being read can take one or two days to put together.
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Once an app is created, you can then install it on your mobile device, send it to others by Bluetooth or wi-fi, share it on microSD memory cards or a Biblebox device, and/or publish it to app stores on the Internet.