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AKA Multilingual Bible App

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Android Mobile App, iOS Mobile App, Web App and Platform Logo

Tools and framework

Mobile AppWeb AppUser Interface
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Project Overview

The AKA Multibible app provides an avenue to read and study the bible easier by reading it in multiple languages, the app displays more than one language at a time on the screen. When we had the discussion with the client to develop the project, we were initially fascinated by the idea because the typical bible app doesn’t have that feature so this is a one-of-a-kind platform.

Working on this project, we had a lot of collaborative activities to obtain bible scriptures licenses. Copyright license for the bible translations and languages is not an easy license to receive, thankfully we had the help of DBL (The Digital Bible Library).  

Fun fact: We had to deploy the app twice. 

Approach

Design

Minimalistics Navigation

For us, it was important that the app user have an easy way to navigate the app. The app features a lot of information at once so it was important to not overwhelm the app user.

Easy reading section

We designed the app to show the text for reading in a legible format. The app users can only read 4 different languages or translations at a time. Also, they can increase or decrease font size to their preference.

Multiple contents

The app user will also be keen on bible related content, so on the home page, they are allowed to see more bible related content like daily reading plans, video content, bible dictionary, bible commentary and so many others.

Bible app home page gif.gif

Development

During the development of the platform, we had to work with various APIs that we had to unify so that integration can be easier. 

Customer Review. 

 “…Their quick adaptability was impressive.” – Founder & Owner, AKA Multilingual Bible App, Kolawole Agbeyihanne

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