Bible App for Voice
on Google Assistant

With Bible App for Voice on Google Assistant devices and apps, there’s nothing to download, install, or enable. Just start with the same “Ok Google” that you use to ask Google Assistant to play music, answer questions, or add strawberries to your grocery list.

What can I do with Bible App for Voice?

Select from five different Bible versions that feature audio recorded by professional narrators:

“Ok Google, ask YouVersion to switch to the…

  • …English Standard Version.”
  • …King James Version.”
  • …New International Version.”
  • …New Living Translation.”
  • …Message.”

Select from five different Bible versions that Google Assistant can read to you:

“Ok Google, ask YouVersion to switch to the…

  • …American Standard Version.”
  • …Good News Bible.”
  • …Holman Christian Standard Bible.”
  • …New American Standard Bible.”
  • …New King James Version.”

Ask for any book, chapter, or verse. Here are just a few examples, but you can try whatever phrasing feels most natural to you:

“Ok Google…

  • …tell YouVersion I want to hear Esther chapter 4.”
  • …tell YouVersion I want to listen to First Corinthians chapter 13.”
  • …ask YouVersion to give me John chapter 3, verse 16.”
  • …ask YouVersion to tell me Romans chapter 8, verse 28.”

Hear the Verse of the Day in the last Bible version you used:

“Ok Google, have YouVersion read me the Verse of the Day.”

Create your own customized Reading Plans:

“Ok Google, tell YouVersion to create a 5-day Reading Plan for the book of James.”

Ask for a Bible passage or verse based on whatever emotion you’re feeling:

“Ok Google…

  • …ask YouVersion what the Bible says about feeling anxious.”
  • …open YouVersion.… I’m feeling tired.”

You can even search the Scriptures using a specific topic or keyword:

“Ok Google…

  • …ask YouVersion, what does the Bible say about food?”
  • …ask YouVersion, what’s that verse that says, ‘God is love’?”

 

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