Many users are asking me if I can add another Bible to the download page so that it can be loaded into the Equipd Bible app. The short answer is, yes - if the Bible is in the Public Domain, or specific permission has been given by the copyright holder to do this. Many Bibles are available online for free, but they are not in the Public Domain. They are protected by copyright which limits how they can be used and where. So, if you want me to look into supporting a new Bible, please supply me with the following: The full name of the Bible The language of the Bible The URL where I can view the Bible online A link to the Copyright for that Bible If you do not supply me with the above details then I will ignore the request. Create Your Own EPUB Files Remember that the Equipd Bible app is an EPUB reader. That means that users with technical capability can generate their own EPUB files to load. The generated EPUB must be compatible – make sure you use one of the default files as a working example of the file naming conventions and the HTML structure to adhere to. I am not available to help with generating these files sorry - the default files on the download page should be enough to get you started.