I think I might have said it the wrong way, so I'll have a go at putting it right.
MySword is free but it is crippled to the extent of features not available on it unless a donation is made. So to this extent its not really Freeware, but actual term for it is Crippleware. The bottom line donation (I really call it a payment) required to unlock these features, from memory is US$10. If more features are required then a donation of US$20+ is required. If wishing to have the Tablet version of MySword, to unlock all the features in that will require a donation (going from memory) is US$40. If I am wrong here please correct me.
So, looking at how much one has to pay to unlock the locked features, the price of e-Sword HD severely undercuts MySword. So, from my perspective, going on a price basis, I would get all the features that e-Sword HD has at US$4.99 as where if I wanted to unlock the all the features in MySword it would cost me up to US$40.
As to what e-Sword HD can or cannot do in comparison to MySword, I don't know, and only a Bench Test can only determine that. And just a short note here, please don't get me wrong, I actually think that MySword really does a good job and as such, I like the program. But pricing factors to come do into it if one wants to unlock the other capabilities of the program.
The Deluxe version of MySword is really nice. It is worth the money I donated to obtain it. You can have up to 6 windows open at once. The windows can be any type of window that you want. I usually have 3 Bible views open and one window as a dictionary/commentary/ or book on my 7 " tablet. You could easily have 6 windows on a 10" tablet. The Deluxe version of MySword is really well done. Each window can be any type of window and they are super easy to change... just select the window and press the "B' "C" "D" or "J" button.
Almost all other tablet/smat phone that I have seen has only 1 window. I really enjoy have multible Bible views when doing devotions.
I also change to 2 windows when I teach at church. I have my teaching notes on one side and the Bible view on the other. It is super easy to prepare your message in theWord or e sword and then migrate your notes to MySword. The scripture links convert automatically. It is a very effieienct way to teach.
The windows flexibility alone makes the Deluxe version worth while. Most desktop software does not even have this kind of window flexibility. I am sure it was quite a programming effort to do what the did.
I am not sure if e sword HD will some day have more than one window. Maybe it already does.