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All the Bible websites that I know of have updated their NIV Bibles to the 2011 version. I used to use biblestudytools.com to access the 1984 version, but it now looks like it also has been updated to the 2011 version.

Can anyone point me to a site that still hosts the 1984 version? Or perhaps an eBook or other electronic means of accessing it? Whether free or for a price.

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    "Reference request questions are somewhat iffy here" - only if they lack the specificity to avoid "primarily-opinion-based". This is a good question - it is quite specific and is actually a resource request not a reference request. – bruised reed May 8 '16 at 9:06
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This appears to be what you are after here:

http://biblemegasite.com/outline-niv1984.html

As well as click through links (by book and then section) through to the NIV 1984 version hosted at studylight.org, it has links that compare the changes in the newer version, and even a link to an audio version hosted at bible.is; although what Zondervan would have to say about some of their links I don't know...

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  • StudyLight.org is exactly what I was looking for, but I'm also glad for the pdf links in BibleMegasite as a backup. – 17xande May 11 '16 at 19:16
  • Studylight and Bible.is are still good sources at the moment (July 2018). If they ever change to the 2011 version, Biblemegasite will probably find other links if they can. – Bit Chaser Jul 11 '18 at 18:40
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For iOS, I can personally recommend the WAVE Parallel Bible, which has the (1984) NIV available as a purchasable add-on. (You can preview before purchasing so you can be sure it's the right one.)

It has a refreshing visual style, is ad-free, and comes with a small but wide spectrum of free translations: KJV, NET, and God's Word. Many others, including ESV and original Greek/Hebrew, can be purchased.

Once purchased, translations are available for offline use.

WAVE Prallel Bible (Portrait)

WAVE Parallel Bible (Landscape)

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