I think a reader is the right place to start, even if the reader only can display English texts due to font limitations. My thought is to start really, really simple, see how the customer base responds to what is offered, and then determine where to go, if anywhere, from that point. Shifting some development resources to an iPhone/iPod Touch product might be something the customer base really wants. If the iPhone becomes ubiquitous, it obviously would be a huge market as well. Also, if we assume that eventually all iPods (except the Shuffle) will eventually become Touch iPods, the market size is mammoth. Being first-to-market with this would be great, and it is a possible way to get Windows users to see the benefits of Accordance, using the reader on their iPhones/iPods.
Personally, I would love to have an English version (or Greek/Hebrew, too) of my choice always available on my iPod Touch. So many times I am waiting for something, and having the Bible right there would be a great way to use that otherwise wasted time.
I think we need to start casting our votes for what this reader should be called. We all know the market is going to demand it, and sooner or later we'll get it. So, what does everyone think it should be called?
Personally, I vote for Accordance Mobile.
Edited by Robb Brunansky, 07 March 2008 - 12:29 PM.