Sep 21, 2010 David Lang

Accordance 9 is Here!

Accordance 9 is here! If you're already convinced you need it, stop reading this blog post right now and go get it.Accordance 9 Splash Screen

If you'd like to see Accordance 9 in action, stop reading this blog post right now and watch Dr. J's excellent video demo at the bottom of this page.

If you need to have all the new features and improvements of Accordance 9 spelled out for you, stop reading this blog post right now and check out the list of new features.

If you want more detail about why Accordance 9 is the best Bible study software ever, watch for future blog posts on the subject. I'll be covering each new feature at length in upcoming posts.

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Archived Comments

Denes House

September 21, 2010 9:46 AM

The website tells me that the upgrade from Version 8 is "not yet available"...

Helen Brown

September 21, 2010 12:50 PM

I tried to remove the "not yet available" from each page. Where are you seeing it?

Helen Brown

September 21, 2010 3:38 PM

Check out the reviews on VersionTracker/CNET.

Denes House

September 21, 2010 4:17 PM

G. Kyle Essary

September 21, 2010 5:18 PM

It is such a beautiful program.  I absolutely love the updates/changes.


September 21, 2010 6:18 PM

(a) The UI looks identical to 8 - both being: old and dated, dull, an not very attractive at all...seems time to hire an actual graphical designer.

(b) Zones looks like a cluttered mess, esp. for laptops (interesting idea, but I don't think it's well executed).

(c) Mostly though, OakTree, I was looking forward to having REAL "cosmetic improvements" this time around, in order to bring it up to speed as a MODERN looking Mac app. Hopeful, eventually, soon you'll actually "update" the look by adding cool Core Image & Core Animation effects-features to Accordance.


P.S. Is Accordance 64-bit?


September 23, 2010 10:37 AM

I looked at Dr. J’s video.  (Another good job, Dr. J.) I think I’ll keep my $49 for now, but I will be sufficiently enticed to purchase Accordance 9 (1) when the iPod Touch sync feature is added to it, and/or (2) when I am ready to pony up the extra cash for a syntax module.  But I understand the problem you have:  With a program as thorough, as fast, as flawless, as complete as Accordance is, it must be a daunting challenge to find enough significant improvements to put together an upgrade. Regarding comments by a previous poster, I marvel that anyone who actually uses Accordance would be concerned about cosmetic issues or how many bits (whatever) Accordance has.