- The text of this electronic edition is true to the KJV paper editions (no typos, no OCR errors! unlike other Kindle KJV editions)
- No missing Biblical or other KJV text (for example, see the notes at the end of the Paul’s epistles, which are found in the original KJV, look at Psalms’ subheadings, especially, Ps. 119)
- Direct Verse Jump, a revolutionary new method to open the exact verse you need in mere seconds (see below)
- two other ways to navigate between books and chapters: (i) using a hyperlinked table of contents; and (ii) pressing the joystick right or left to move between books of the Bible. Once you learn all of the three navigation methods, you will be able to open any verse in your Kindle Bible as fast as (or even faster than) in your paper copy.
- correctly formatted (i.e., true formatting of the original KJV – italics, small caps in LORD, etc.)
- the traditional verse-per-line format (if you prefer the text to be broken into paragraphs for cohesion please purchase another KJV publication) from OSNOVA
- includes original KJV translators’ notes
- complete KJV book titles
- it is easy to determine where you are in the Bible
- Jesus’ words are in bold
- as any Kindle book, the KJV Bible is fully searchable; however, when you first install the file please wait for the Kindle to index the whole Bible (about 10 minutes). The file is large and it takes a long time to index. For this reason, the DVJ navigation method will be available only after the book has been indexed
Direct Verse Jump – a revolutionary navigation method using the search functionality:
In this version, all you need to do is type an abbreviated book name (see the table of contents for the complete list), then period, then chapter number, period again, and then verse number and finally press “find” twice (you need not wait for the Kindle to display the search results) and you will be looking at that particular verse in seconds. If you just need to open the first verse of any chapter then the verse number is not necessary. Do not forget periods and use only the abbreviations that are listed in the table of contents.
For example, if you wish to select chapter 3 of Genesis, you would:
- type the standard abbreviation for Genesis (see the table of contents for a complete list), then period, and finally number “3” in other words: ge.3
- click “find” twice and you are there.
For John 3:16, you type jn.3.16 and double click “find”.
Note: that you should put the chapter number even for books that have only one chapter. For example, the Epistle from Jude verse 5 would translate to “jud.1.5” and a double click.