2004 Mac Bible Software Survey

Let us know your thoughts about Mac Bible Software.

by David Lang (Posted: 4/28/04)


The 2004 CMUG Mac Bible Software Survey is officially closed.
Please participate in our 2005 Mac Bible Software Survey.

Also, see the 2004 Mac Bible Software Survey Results.

It's hard to believe a year has passed since we ran our first annual Mac Bible Software Survey. A lot has certainly changed in that time. iLumina, which was previously only available for the PC, was released for OS X in October of last year. Accordance Bible Software released a major upgrade in November, with a completely overhauled interface and reduced prices. MacSword has gone from early beta status to initial release. iBible and Bible Reader Free have also received incremental updates.

Now it's time to find out how these new developments and changes have affected your own opinions about the state of Mac Bible Software. Whether or not you participated in last year's survey, we'd like to hear what you think about the Bible Software options currently available to you. How well do they meet your needs? How aware are you of the different products that are available? How well do these programs compare to the dozens of Windows Bible study programs out there? Knowing your answers to these questions will help the various Mac Bible Software developers to improve their products and to clarify their marketing messages.

So please take a few moments to fill out the form below and click the Submit button. I'll compile your answers into a follow-up article, and I'll personally contact the various Mac Bible Software developers and urge them to listen to your feedback.


David Lang is CMUG's Content Editor. David works as a developer of Accordance Bible Software, and lives in Maitland, Florida with his wife and four children.