Technology has finally caught up with Ramadan as well. Muslims all over the world are observing their fasts, but this time around they have certain interesting tools to help them along on this month-long journey: mobile apps that help users worship more efficiently!
Below is a list of a few Ramadan apps that are a must for every tech savvy Muslim!
This is one of the most downloaded religious apps by Muslims worldwide. It has approximately 10 million users all around the world.
The app gives its users the most accurate prayer time and azan application on mobile devices.
In addition to this, Muslim Pro has the following features:
- Complete Quran with Arabic scripts
- Audio recitations
- Qibla locator
- Islamic Hijri calendar
The app is available in 14 different languages on android and iOS.
The Ramadan Diet app consists of a set of exercises that help users stay fit during the month of Ramadan. The app also has a feature that reminds the user to eat or exercise at the right time.
The app is available on iOS
Beautiful Sayings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
This app provides ready access to the hadiths of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The app has a large collection of hadiths from the authentic Islamic text, Riyad-us-Saliheen by the great scholar of Islam, Imam An-Nawawi.
All the hadiths are available in English and the app is available on iOS.
An interactive app, the Quran Reader lets users read, listen and study the Quran. The app is very user friendly and has a feature where the user can long tap a verse getting the verse to recite. The app lets the user read the translation and even make notes. The app also permits users to share ayahs and comments directly from within the app.
The app is available for iOS and Android.
Islam kit is an especially unique app as it contains some important books and topics on Islam. The app also helps users keep in touch with the Quran, Hadith and Islamic Knowledge. The app also includes:
- Complete Quran Commentary
- Hadiths of the Prophet (PBUH)
- A Guide on Manners
- Details from the life of the Prophet (PBUH), Abu Bakr (RAA), ‘Umar Ibn Al-Khattab (RAA), Ali (RAA) and 60 other Sahaba.
30 Days of Ramadan
This is a very interesting app. The app is basically a documentary of a non-Muslim as he tries fasting and living like a Muslim for the 30 days of Ramadan.
Although the app does not have any real religious benefit, it is a very interesting concept that may be able to help with dawah. The documentary stars John Hay and is directed by Asim Iqbal.