first_imgCOLCHESTER, Vt. — AcroDesign Technologies today announced the release of their downloadable, native, NIV iPhone bible. The feature rich AcroBible costs $28.99 and is a download rather than an online, annual-fee based Bible. This means that users pay just once, and can access the bible anywhere, on planes, busses, etc. AcroBible is an offline Bible and needs no Wi-Fi connection. Special features of the AcroBible include the ability to search for words or phrases, create bookmarks, attach notes to any verse, and highlight verses in up to six colors.Personal notes and highlighting are backed up via AcroBible’s www.ibiblespace.org(link is external). The AcroBible has one button back-up to the ibiblespace site which uploads all of the user’s personal notes and highlights. When iPhone owners buy a newer iPhone they can restore their personalized AcroBible notes and highlighting to the new phone with just one button. Users can also type notes via their home computer and download them to their iPhone via the ibiblespace.org site.AcroBible is a native iPhone/iPod touch application so the touch interface works like the built-in iPhone applications, making it easy to search and navigate the Bible. The interface is very attractive and very fast enabling users to traverse the Bible with almost no wait. Find out more at www.acrobible.com(link is external).About AcroDesign TechnologiesAcroDesign is a software engineering company, creating leading mobile applications since 2002. The AcroBible for iPhone is just the latest in a series of mobile Bibles. Additional products from AcroDesign include mobile dictionaries, and multimedia software. For more information about the complete line of products, visit www.acrodesigntech.com(link is external).AcroBible, AcroDesign, the stylized logos, specific product designations and all other words that are identified as trademarks and/or service marks are, unless noted otherwise, the trademarks and service marks of AcroDesign Technologies in the U.S. and other countries.last_img

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first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Gov. Andrew CuomoGov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed an amendment to his executive budget that if authorized would pave the way for Nassau and Suffolk counties to install speeding cameras near schools.The proposal would create one “speed zone” in each school district on Long Island, the governor’s office announced Friday in a press release. Cuomo didn’t say how much the program would cost.The governor urged the New York State Legislature to pass the amendment this year, saying it would make schools and communities safer, as well as aid local law enforcement and encourage drivers to travel at lower speeds.“Speeding through school zones puts children at risk, and this amendment is one way we can better protect our students and crack down on irresponsible drivers,” Cuomo said.Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone earlier this month also urged state lawmakers to allow the county to install speed cameras around schools.The camera, under Cuomo’s proposal, would be capable of capturing speeding violations in real time without a police officer present. The program appears to be similar to existing red light cameras in both counties, which officials tout for its ability to improve safety and generate revenue.Cuomo also has support from Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano.  Both Mangano and Bellone said they “commend” the governor for trying to improve safety around schools.Violations captured by speed cameras are currently being used in courts in Utah, California, and Arizona.last_img

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