A cool new feature provided by Bible With You version 6.0 is the ability to view pop-up definitions of words in the Bible, provided by popular dictionaries. Pop-ups are extremely convenient as they give you the possibility to view additional information about the Scriptures without interrupting the reading process. Dictionaries are distributed apart from Bible With You and are used as plug-ins for the reader. Here are a few dictionaries:
Easton's Dictionary With You
Easton's Bible Dictionary contains almost 4,000 Bible words with a complete explanation of its Biblical meaning. The topics are from M.G. Easton M.A., D.D., Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition, published by Thomas Nelson, 1897 (the illustrated portion of the Dictionary has not been included.) Requires: Bible With You 6.0 for any Bible translation.
KJV Dictionary With You
The King James Bible has stood it's ground for nearly 400 years. However, during that time the English language has changed. The KJV Dictionary presented here includes over 800 words from the KJV Bible translation whose definitions have changed since 1611. Requires: Bible With You 6.0 for any Bible translation.
The Greek New Testament was released for Pocket PC: Bible With You (GreekNT)
The text of the Greek New Testament, 4th revised edition 1993 (GNT), established by an international and interconfessional committee, is identical with that of the 26th and 27th edition of Novum Testamentum Graece by Nestle-Aland except for some minor punctuation differences. The easy navigaion provided by Bible With You (GreekNT) software makes for the efficient studying the original Greek text on your PDA. The Greek NT may be used as a complementary Bible to an English Bible translation in the comparison mode of Bible With You software.