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|Type||Bible study application|
SwordSearcher was originally written for DOS in 1994 by Brandon Staggs under the name Bible Assistant. When Windows 95 was released, version 3 was released as a Windows program called SwordSearcher 95 and was apparently the first 32 bit Windows Bible Software available.
A SwordSearcher module compiler, called Forge, is available.
Reviews and awards
- "Brandon Staggs interview". Bible Software Review. Retrieved 2008-03-09.
- "Windows Bible Software Coming to OS X". Christian Macintosh Users Group. 2005-03-31.
- "My Mac Adventures Concluded". Brandon Staggs. 2005-10-29.
- "People's Choice Awards". Shareware Industry Awards Foundation. 2009-09-29.
- Fairchild, Mary. "Top 10 Bible Software Programs". About.com. Retrieved 2 January 2014.
- SwordSearcher.com - Official Webpage
- Jerry Foster SwordSearcher Review
- SonSpring SwordSearcher Review
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