iPhone/iPad - Downloading Audio Resources

We offer audio Bibles and books within the Olive Tree Bible App. You can see the resources we have available on our website.

Before you can stream or download your audio resources you will need to download the app and sign in. Once you have signed in, follow the steps below to access your audio resources. 

Stream or Download Audio Books

The process for downloading audio books in the app is different than downloading books. Due to the size of audio files, we understand that you may not want all the audio files stored on your device. As a result, we give you a few options:

  1. Add an audio book to your library and stream it. This option uses minimal space on your device, but does require an internet connection.
  2. Download the full Bible or book for offline listening. This option uses the most space on your device.
  3. Download individual books of the Bible to listen offline. This allows you to keep certain books of the Bible on your device without using as much space. This is only available for audio Bibles.

We will go over each of these options in more detail below.

Stream your Audio Resource

Open the Olive Tree Bible App on your device and tap the Library icon. Ensure that the Library is on either the 'Cloud' or 'Device' tab. Your audio Bibles and books will appear in either of these tabs. 


Tap on the audio title you wish to play.

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Tap the Play icon to play the audio resource.


If you have the corresponding Bible text downloaded within the Olive Tree Bible App, you'll note that the text will display in conjunction with the audio Bible, as seen below. (This will only work with audio Bibles.)


Download your Audio Resource

To listen to the audio resource offline, tap the options icon in the upper right corner of the Audio Player screen and then tap 'Manage Download'.


On this screen, you can download individual books of the Bible or select Download All. In this way, you can manage your device storage and only download what you need to.

In this example, we are downloading Genesis only. You will see the progress reach 100% as it downloads.


Once the download is complete, you will see that the green download arrow is now gone for Genesis.


When the audio resource has been downloaded, you can listen to the downloaded content without internet access.

If you would like to see and manage how much the space that audio resources use on your device, visit our Manage Storage article for more information or continue reading below.

Manage Download

If you decide you would like to uninstall some or all of the audio resource after it has been downloaded, you can tap the Options (three-dot) icon in the upper right corner and select Manage Download.


Tap Edit.


This will reveal a "minus" symbol, which you can tap to remove the download.


You will be asked to confirm the deletion of the download by tapping Delete on the pop up.


When you confirm the deletion, you will no longer be able to listen to that audio Bible content offline. However, it is still available for streaming, and you are always welcome to download it again in the future.

Offload Audio Resource

You can also offload a full audio Bible. Offloading an audio Bible removes the files from your device to free up memory, but still leaves it available in your Library to stream with an Internet connection. Follow these steps to offload an audio Bible:

Open your Library (books with a cross on the toolbar). Tap the Options icon in the upper right corner (three dots). Tap 'Library Settings'.

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Tap 'Manage Storage'.


Tap 'Offload Resources'.


Tap the Audio resource.


Tap Offload Audio Bible. 

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For instructions on how to use audio products, visit this article. If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to contact our Customer Support team.

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