Jun 26, 2009 Rick Bennett

The Accordance Podcast on your iPhone

Most of you are probably aware by now that we have a Video Podcast in iTunes, Lighting the Lamp. Since we announced it back in May we've added several new episodes including one dedicated to the ESV Study Bible, and are currently in a multi-part series on Commands and Symbols.

Last week Apple released the newest evolution of their iPhone, the 3Gs, along with the 3.0 OS. One of the many enhancements now available in the OS is the ability to subscribe to, and download a Podcast directly from the iPhone (or iPod Touch).

For those who have an iPhone or iPod Touch, here's a few quick steps to help you subscribe to our Podcast. From the home screen touch the iTunes icon. After launching, touch the Search icon at the bottom of the screen and type in 'Lighting the Lamp' (or Accordance Bible; Bible Software, etc.), ours will be the top on the list.

Podcast Search

From here you can browse the different episodes, and download those you are interested in.

Podcast Podcast download

After the download just hit play and that long wait at the dentist office, flight delay, or break from class will be filled with the joy of learning to master your favorite Mac Bible software!

ESVSB Podcast

If you've already taken advantage of the Podcast and have enjoyed them, why not let others know…add a comment or review in iTunes to help spread the word.

Also, for those who don't use iTunes we have also created a page on our main site that gives a description of each episode with links to download.

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Archived Comments

bob evans

August 12, 2009 11:25 AM

forget a podcast - i find them mostly a waste of time - how about an iPhone  app to utilize my existing Accordance modules (I am a full time pastor and have hundereds if not 1000 or more dollars invested in Accordance modules and Bible versions). Accordance is a very powerful study tool and I\'d love to have the function on the fly (or when I travel internationally and may not want to carry my computer). I\'d rather not have to invest more in a different compay\'s iPhone apps to get simiar (but less) function.

C Davis

September 27, 2009 1:27 AM

I'm concur with Bob. Work on the iPhone app and then my iphone and laptop can work together


January 15, 2010 2:27 PM

ditto to the above..holding off spending any more money awaiting iphone app..accordance is too visibly absent in the apps store..

Jeff Foster

April 24, 2010 12:48 PM

It would be terrific if an app for iPad and iPhone exists. I like Olive Tree's and Laridian's but they both lack the power of Accordance which rivals Logo in many ways. iPad is a great platform for students and Pastors.