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BEIKS releases Noah v. 4.5 with updated KJV and 16 new Bible eBooks, and announces 50% discount on all BlackBerry dictionaries

DALLAS (March 25, 2011) - - BEIKS releases an update of its Bible application for BlackBerry to support the new BlackBerry OS version 6.x on devices with keyboard, releases updated KJV Bible eBook now with italicized words and adds 16 new Bible translations. As a spring promotion all bi-directional BlackBerry dictionaries are available at 50% discount.

BEIKS announced spring promotion of all BlackBerry bi-directional dictionaries for just $9.95 and $14.95 for the talking bi-directional dictionaries line, and immediate availability of sixteen new additions to the collection of free Bible translations for its Noah Bible Viewer for BlackBerry, the leading platform for mobile smart phones in US and worldwide. The King James Version of the Bible eBook for Noah Bible Viewer for BlackBerry has been updated with italics.

The italicized words in KJV are words added by the translators of the Bible from Greek and Hebrew to English. When translating from one language to another, the idioms change, thus making it necessary to add certain words to help the reader grasp the full meaning of the text. When the KJV translators added such words they set them in italics so that we'd know these words were added.

Benefitting from the extension of the available free Bible eBooks list for Noah Bible Viewer for BlackBerry are German, Albanian, Dutch, French, Haitian, Hungarian, Korean, Romanian, Swedish, Ukrainian and Thai speaking users, who will now be able to carry and read the Bible in their native language. In addition the Noah Webster Version, Weymouth New Testament, Latin Vulgate, Darby's English Translation and Young's Literal Translation Bible eBooks are now available for free download.

All dictionaries and public domain Bibles made available for Noah Bible Viewer for BlackBerry, including the new translations, can be found at the BEIKS' home page for BlackBerry applications at, or for direct device download, at

The new Bible eBooks are only available to users of Noah Bible Viewer version 4.0 or higher. There are no plans to release a build for previous application versions.

About Noah Bible Viwer for BlackBerry

Noah Bible Study Viewer was the first specialized on-device Bible study application on the BlackBerry platform.

It was developed in response to popular demand by BEIKS customers of Christian dictionaries and with the main goal to bring all popular public domain Bible translations to the BlackBerry at no additional cost. This is in contrast to copyrighted Bible translations like NIV, NKJV, The Message and others, which are available trough Laridian and require purchasing.

The Noah Bible Viewer itself is a shareware application, requiring a one-time registration fee of $19.95. Once registered, the user can enjoy any of the available public domain Bibles at no additional cost or, through additional purchase from licensed partners, obtain copyrighted translations. Get your copy of the Noah Bible eBook viewer now at!

Major application upgrades may also cost additionally.

Users interested in having other public domain Bible translations made available for Noah are welcome to contact BEIKS.

BEIKS LLC ( is a privately-held company with headquarters in Dallas, TX. The company specializes in developing and distributing essential applications for mobile platforms such as Palm OS, Windows Mobile and BlackBerry. Founded in 1997, the company is best known for its BEIKS Dictionary Reader (BDicty), one of the most popular dictionary series for handheld devices on the market. BEIKS' product list now includes a growing catalog of over 250 titles across all major mobile platforms.

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