Give the programming world a meaty reference text and it's a fair chance that someone will do something interesting with it - in this case a navigation interface for the centuries old King James Bible. It's neatly, if plainly done, and I wouldn't be surprised if other texts weren't to follow?
Browse and search the King James version of the Bible using a lightning-fast and slick interface.
The URL to tap on or type in is the very simple bible.rs.
Of course, you can turn this into an 'app' yourself with PAWA or just pin it 'as is' on your Start screen. Or just add it as a 'Favourite'. It's up to you. If you're confused by the different PWA options then check out my feature here.
Here's Bible.rs PWA in action:
Just swipe and pick the book you want, then tap on the chapter needed....
...then read away as needed. The title bar arrows lead to previous and subsequent books, of course; (right) although the 'press S' bit doesn't work on the phone(!), you can tap in the search bar and then find any text or phrase needed.