Smart Bible Search 3.0
Thursday, July 12th, 2012
Version 3.0 officially released with a Literal Bible search feature. It also is the first Bible Search Site to offer a Spell Checker!
Smart Bible Search celebrates their one year anniversary of the official Beta release of the Search Engine.
Smart Bible Search is now the number 2 result on Google, Yahoo, and Bing under the search phrase "Bible Search Engine." Also number 7 result on Google under the search term "Bible Search Site."
Version 2.0 officially released; the most complex to date. Offers new look for the site, And is up to twice as fast, more accurate, and includes the Nave's topical Bible for reference results. It also preemptively helps with spelling, and is the first search engine to ever do "word by word" drop down verification auto suggestions.
Ability to limit your search results to specific books of the Bible.
The Amplified Bible is now available on Smart Bible Search
Smart Bible Search releases the first non-beta version.
The English Standard Version (ESV) has been added as a reference translation.
The Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB) and the HCSB with Strong's added to the Bible search site. Additionally, when you change your default translation the auto suggest results change to that translation. Smart Bible Search went from the third page of results on Google to the #4 overall results under the search phrase "Bible Search Engine." Also the search engine is optimized to return results twice as fast as the original version.
Smart Bible Search Beta version officially released to the public. The original release contained the NASB, KJV, Darby, YLT and ASV. It also included the Strong's Concordance of the Bible.
NASB gives Smart Bible Search permission to use their translation, and is named the default translation for the search engine.
The Temporary Beta version of Smart Bible Search released for the purpose of Translation Committee review.
Bible search results auto-suggested as you type your search query, with passage reference.
The decision is made to share the Search Engine with the public.
Seth Knorr starts work on an offline Bible program with the KJV, to help better search the Bible, and order results by relevance.