The Holy Bible has just landed on Microsoft’s new Windows 8 operating system, allowing users to read it without leaving the Modern UI and switching to desktop mode.
Even though most people would say that it’s nothing more than an e-book which can be accessed from the Metro interface, the Holy Bible actually comes with some pretty interesting features, including tools to read the available chapters.
There are 9 different voices included in the app, all of which can be easily configured using the settings charm.
The Holy Bible works not only on desktop computers running Windows 8 x86 or x64 versions, but also on the ARM build of the operating system currently deployed on Windows RT tablet, including Microsoft’s Surface RT.
Click here to view the Windows Store page of the Holy Bible in your browser.