Named the No. 1 Coolest Book App for the Fall by USA Today, Glo Bible App is revolutionizing the way people experience the Word of God.

A media-rich interactive Bible, Glo – the purported first of its kind – has been called “one of the most impressive book apps available” by USA Today among other noteworthy apps like “David’s Diary” by author David Sedaris and “1,000 Places to See Before you Die” by Patricia Schultz.

“Our team is honored to receive this endorsement by USA Today and is thrilled to have been selected as the top pick on the list,” said Nelson Saba, CEO of Immersion Digital, which created Glo.

“It reaffirms our belief that rich media integrated with text enhances the understanding and engagement of the reader by combining the more analytical reading process with related immersive media experiences.”

Glo makes the Bible relevant and engaging to users by bringing the text of Scripture alive through HD video, high-res images, zoomable maps, 360-degree virtual tours, customizable Bible reading plans, and a natural user interface for fast, easy, visual navigation on the Mac, PC, iPad and iPhone.

The free Glo Bible App launched earlier this year and was recently updated with the Glo Atlas lens. The lens links geographic locations directly to Bible verses, articles and Glo media over a zoomable atlas, giving context to Bible stories or time periods.

read full story

article courtesy of

  • Pastor and Wife Share How Their Marriage Survived After Emotional Affair [VIDEO]
  • Mo’Nique’s First Post-Oscar Movie Role
  • ‘The Avengers’ Filming In Downtown Cleveland Throughout August
  • “Sunday’s Best” Second Group Performances [RECAP]
  • Smiley Continues Obama Assault, West Calls Him “Wall St. Puppet”