Apr 2, 2012 David Lang

Accordance Is Now In The Mac App Store

We are very excited to announce that a special Scholars' Edition of Accordance is now available in the Mac App Store.


Accordance has been the Mac Bible program par excellence since it was first released in 1994, and we've been adapting to changes in the Macintosh platform ever since. We've successfully transitioned through three processor changes (68K to PowerPC to Intel), we were the first Bible program to move from the classic Mac operating system to Mac OS X, we developed an iOS app which syncs with our Mac app, and now we're supporting Apple's new Mac software delivery method.

Our initial Mac App Store offering is a package designed to meet the primary needs of the serious Bible student, pastor, and scholar. It includes two English Bibles tagged with Strong's numbers (ESVS and KJVS); other untagged Bibles in English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish; the Greek New Testament and Hebrew Bible with full grammatical tagging; Thayer's Greek lexicon; Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew lexicon; the Bible Knowledge Commentary; and more. It also includes a number of helpful workspaces designed to expose new users to how Accordance can help them in their studies.

Please take the time to spread the word about our new presence in the Mac App Store.

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Archived Comments

Michael J. Bolesta

April 03, 2012 12:40 PM

Bravo! I tried to rate the product, but to do so, the App Store requires one to purchase the product from them (I already have most of the included modules).

Congratulations on securing "official" approval from Apple!


April 03, 2012 2:13 PM

does this effect updates, etc...  just wondering

Helen Brown

April 03, 2012 3:43 PM

The app which is downloaded through the App Store will always update through the store. The app downloaded from our website (or a disk) will continue to update through Check for Updates, though you can watch for a smarter updater on its way to you very soon. The version numbers will be slightly different, but both versions of Accordance will stay in step as far as features are concerned.