Probably not quite what you're looking for, but it does offer marks, in-app notes and bookmarks.
Our first release of Android will be arriving in Fall 2012.
2011 was a huge year for Glo. We made the Glo Bible available as a free download for the first time, and launched Mac, iPad and iPhone both in the US and abroad. We created our synchronization framework so you can sync Glo on multiple devices. And now we are glad to say our next platform launch will be Android.
Our fall Android release will have Glo Bible translations with the ability to add your notes bookmarks and highlights and synchronized them with Glo on your other devices. We will continue to add more features in subsequent releases including media access, the atlas lens, the "Me" lens, with your social interactions all in one place and lots more!
Thanks for your strong feedback and patiently waiting as we expand Glo to your platform.
Here's the pointer to YouVersion Bible (https://market.android.com/details?i....bible.android), which includes a bunch of downloadable Bibles.
OliveTree also has an Android version (http://www.olivetree.com/android/index.php). Their Bibles are occasionally on sale.
I use YouVersion. I tried OliveTree, it worked on the Nook, but I found YouVersion fulfilled my requirements just fine.
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