Yes I have done this. I just recently sold my PPC on Ebay and bought a Palmone Treo 600 smart phone. I love PalmBible. It is far superior to anything available on PocketPC (I've tried them all).
Originally Posted by jdarlack
I have converted NASB, NIV, NKJV, NLT and the HolamCSB that I imported into Bibleworks from Bible Navigator. I love it. Once you get the file out of BW it is not that hard. Email me off list and I will help you with this process.
I have an iPAQ 2215 and a Palm Tungsten E. I love them both, but am currently using the iPAQ.
I use the Olive Tree bible reader, and have purchased the NET bible and the gramcord NA27 w/tagging (and ubs dictionary). I also have the God's Word Translation (free download), and you get get many other Bibles for a free download. The Olive tree reader is fast and easy to use, I highly recommend it!
Of course, you COULD drop $1,5000 for an OQO "palm-top" and just run Bibleworks (the OQO runs windows XP, though I'd probably wipe it and put linux on it...)
Both Programs Have Been Updated...
For those interested, both BibleReader and Pocket E-Sword have been updated. They both perform much more smoothly and quickly now, and have additional features.
Of particular interest to me was that BibleReader can now handle 2003SE's landscape mode. Pocket E-Sword still does not.
Anyway, both updates make both programs much more user-friendly. I'm still undecided which one I like better, though.
Better than PDA!!
Just a side note: the OQO was mentioned earlier, and it would be able to run a full version of bibleworks. The Flipstart is a similar device ("handheld desktop") that combines portability with functionality, and has a 40GB hard drive instead of OQO's 20GB. No idea on the cost ($$$), but it could be worth a short wait (end of 2004) I'm not trying to sell it, but there's more info at www.flipstartpc.com