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From looking up prayer timings to finding halal food in your area, Culture Trip selects the best apps for Muslims in There are approximately 1. The mobile app industry has been forging ahead with religious apps that cater to Muslims and their lifestyles. Here are the most useful Islamic apps out there right now. This app contains the entire Quranic script, as well as translations and recitations, but it is so much more than just a mobile version of the scripture.
Quran Companion has games and flexible learning techniques to make it easier to memorise the Quran be it just parts of it or the entire scripture. There are also guided lesson plans, motivational daily leaderboards and challenges that make memorisation easier.
MuslimPro, with over 10 million downlo, is the most popular Islamic app in the world right now. It is available in 15 languages and offers tools that provide assistance and guidance to Muslims carrying out everyday religious rituals. For instance, salah is an obligatory act of worship for Muslims that involves praying at five prescribed times a day. These prayers are physical, mental and spiritual acts of worship and the rituals include standing, bowing and prostrating oneself while reciting verses from the Quran, as well as other prescribed prayer phrases, while facing the Kaaba in Mecca.
MuslimPro offers prayer timings the timings vary by day and place; for instance, the first prayer of the day is performed at around sunrise , the direction to Mecca known as the qibla direction and the Quranic scripture in Arabic, as well as its translation in a of languages. Seerah is an Arabic term that means to be on a journey. It is believed that the Quran was revealed to Prophet Mohammad in the month of Ramadan the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is considered one of the holiest times of the year by Muslims.
Fasting during daylight hours from dawn to sunset during Ramadan is considered mandatory in Islam and many Muslims also choose to devote more time to spirituality during the month. Ramadan Legacy is an app deed to help Muslims keep track of their religious rituals and the progress they make through the month.
The app allows you to track your fasts and prayers and how much Quran you have recited during the month. The app is still in the works of being rolled out, and the details of how the app will allow sermons to be monitored are yet to be announced. Zabihah is an Arabic word that refers to Islamic ritual slaughter of animals for meat. An app of the same name has been developed by the founders of zabihah.
This app finds all Halal food options, and reviews by other users within an kiilometre mile radius. Modanisa is a large fashion brand, headquartered in Istanbul, that offers modest attire including daywear, abayas, scarves, prayer dresses, activewear and swimwear.
The app is available in six different languages and houses brands, making it one of the biggest and most downloaded mobile-based modest fashion stores internationally. Souqina is another mobile-based marketplace that focusses on modest fashion. Anyone can create a profile and launch their own e-store through the app and also purchase directly from other profiles from around the world. Islamic GPS allows users to find mosques, but takes it a step further than other mosque-locating apps by creating an immersive experience using augmented reality.
If you hold up your phone, the nearest mosque within 20 kilometres or 12 miles will appear with directions. For historically ificant mosques and other Islamic landmarks, information about the site will appear on the screen when the phone is pointing in in its direction.
The app was launched in and now functions in 94 countries. It includes interactive maps, images and short prayers, as well as counters to keep track of the of prayers a user makes. The charging of interest is strictly forbidden in Islam, and Halal investments offer alternatives that allow Muslims to take part in the financial market while avoiding the consumption of interest. Halal investments also encourage investing in socially responsible ways, and avoid investing in industries that promote products or habits that are forbidden in Islam, such as alcohol. MuzMatch is a London-based app that connects single Muslims from around the world.
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