Bible Maps, add-on product to the Pocket Bible program, has 13 Bible maps which covers almost all major places in Bible. It can be used with your other Pocket Bible Dictionaries to get an easy and extensive description of the map items.
It is classified as dictionary so you will have to select this by selecting FILE menu in the Pocket Bible Program, then Add Book, and then select it from the Dictionary category. Once the Bible Maps are opened, at the top of every map you have a Contents and an Index link. The Contents link will take you to the table of contents while the Index link will take you to a map index with a list of the names of places located on the various maps. You will get to know of the maps on which that name appears for each name of place and the map name is a link to that specific map that contains that specific location. You can read more information as each map is filled with names of places and just by selecting any place you will get articles on that location. This interactive property makes it easy to use it has over 350 cities sites and locations. You can use the scroll bar to move around the map. The desktop version has a Zoom option available for the map view. Pocket PC version doesn’t have this option but it has a shrink option to view the entire map.
An easy-to-use information resource to know about any place or major time periods described in Bible.