The 2011 edition of the New International Version has been released online today.
You can read it at BibleGateway.com:
You can watch an introductory video on the Committee on Bible Translation (CBT) website here:
This update is based on the 1984 NIV rather than the more recent TNIV. I expect it will be more popular than the TNIV. Now I just have to wait for the Bibleworks and Kindle versions.
Bible software is one of my favorite tools for Bible study. There’s lots of good Bible software out there for free. Free is good. Here are some links to some of the more popular free Bible applications for PC, Mac, and online. Most include many Bibles versions, commentaries, dictionaries, highlighting, note-taking, and other study tools as add-on modules. Some modules are free, while many of them are available for an extra charge. Some Bible applications also have a premium version available.