NINJA Mobile Launches Christian Content and Bible Application

//NINJA Mobile Launches Christian Content and Bible Application

NINJA Mobile Launches Christian Content and Bible Application

Los Angeles, CA — NINJA Mobile, a leading developer and publisher of mobile applications, announced today the release of King James Mobile (kingjamesmobile.com), a mobile phone application with a robust searchable Christian Bible, inspirational messages from leading pastors and access to a nationwide calendar of Christian events.

“We are extremely pleased to release King James Mobile,” said Jeff Capdeville , CEO of NINJA Mobile . “It’s more than a fully searchable Bible, King James Mobile gives subscribers the ability to access a variety of Christian events and inspirational messages from their cell phone at any time.”

King James Mobile brings the power of God’s Word into a mobile digital format, with access to the entire King James Bible. An easy-to-use navigation menu, combined with fast search capabilities, creates a lifestyle tool which helps Christians live their faith more fully. The application features mobile access to the King James Bible, searchable by topic and keywords; daily inspirational messages by leading pastors; devotional messages; daily prayers and meditations; a nationwide calendar of Christian events including concerts, seminars and youth activities; a topical review of Christian themes; and the ability to bookmark favorite passages of the Bible. A soon-to-be-released upgrade, slated for launch this summer, includes streaming audio and video of sermons from leading pastors, inspirational messages and Christian music videos.

King James Mobile is supported on over 60 mobile devices for $4.99 per month, with service available to AT&T/Cingular, T-Mobile, Sprint/Nextel and other carriers.

NINJA Mobile is also in development of a Spanish-language version of the application, along with a suite of Christian inspirational content, including Christian ringtones, ringbacks, games and music.

2018-06-14T11:23:37+00:00June 1st, 2007|News|0 Comments