I was wondering if the Lad bible was worth a read.
I downloaded it last week and was delighted to see it was free and available for download.
But as I looked at the download link, I realised the program only works on Windows.
And this is where it got a little confusing.
The program works fine on Mac and Linux.
It is possible to read from your computer using the free iso-application (ISO-app) but you need to have a separate internet connection to download and use the app.
I was unable to download the program from the Lad website and I have contacted Lad for clarification.
The Lad app was available on the Lad site for free but you needed to buy the program for $20 to use it.
In fact, you can’t download the Lad app from the website.
There is no link for download from the homepage.
I emailed Lad on Thursday and they replied that the app was no longer available.
However, there is a link to the Lad forum from which the app can be downloaded.
The app allows you to create your own Lad Bible, which can be read in various ways.
For example, you could add a title and a comment.
Or you could copy the entire Bible and place it in a folder.
The interface is simple, with the exception of the title and comment option.
I tried the “Create Bible” option and it seemed to work fine.
I also tried “Import Bible” and it was still not working.
Lad does offer a “save” option, but it doesn’t appear to work.
Lad has a number of other options for using the app including “view”, “open”, “close”, and “delete”.
As I read the Lad, I was delighted by its simplicity and for a simple tool to be able to read it from my computer, it is a joy.
It would be nice if it were free.
I know there are others that use the free Lad Bible.
I have a few friends who use the program and I am tempted to use them too.
The internet is so crowded and it can be hard to find a way to access a program, so I will keep using Lad.
I hope Lad makes a comeback.