Android app review: Versed


Versed Welcome Screen

Versed is a game that I play regularly on the Android platform. As a rule, I play games that do not seem time-wasting. Versed is one of such games. It is a Bible game which helps you to memorize Scriptures. Playing Versed also helps keep my day filled with Biblical thoughts.


For starters, there are four game modes which include:

  • Learn by Verse: This mode displays a Bible verse to the user and then asks the user to select the appropriate reference from a list.
  • Learn by Reference: In this mode, a user gets a Bible reference and is then asked to select the correct verse from a list.
  • Fill in the Blank: User gets a random Bible verse with some words omitted. The user then has to select the correct words (from the provided word bank) to fill in the blanks and complete the verse.
  • Books of the Bible: This mode displays a book of the Bible and the asks the user to choose the next or previous book. The “hard” section of this mode displays four random books and then asks user to arrange them in the correct order.

Versed allows up to 5 Bible Translations. This helps those who prefer a particular translation other than KJV benefit from this app. Here are the 5 translations supported by Versed:

  • NIV (New International Version)
  • ESV (English Standard Version)
  • NASB (New American Standard Bible)
  • KJV (King James Version)
  • NLT (New Living Translation)

To change your translation, go to menu and  select “settings”. Then click on “Bible Version”.


In versed, high scores can be viewed just below the “Start Game” option. One good thing is that each of the modes has its own high score.


Versed: More Screenshots

Select a Bible Version Screen
Versed Highscores Screen
Books of the Bible Mode
Fill in the Blanks Mode
Verse Mode
Learn by Reference Mode

Does Versed sound like your cup of tea? Click here to download Versed from the Android Market.


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