Number one global wide app for correcting your Quran recitation by clever Quran teachers. Moderated by Khayrokom for Quran learning in Jeddah.
Welcome to the new ver. no. 7.0 ! Enjoy the advance features of the new Hijri Calendar version 1. New: Events sharing with your friends and family members 2. New: Set your appointments duration 3. New: Hijri/Gregorian dates convertor 4. New: +80 new icons to spice your appointments 5. New: Special icons for ladies! 6. New: Horizontal prayer option for the widget 7. New: Prayer time voice announcement for those who can’t play Azan. 8. Delay Isha Azan during Ramadan. 9. Adjust Hijri months based on moon observation (for current Hijri year only) 10. Show sunrise in widget for (vertical prayer option only) 11. Improved cloud backup with new Perusal a/c section 12. Sync with iPhone calendar 13. Click any event to see the red remaining duration bar 14. Improved location detection 15. Separate section for for app’s news and advertisements. 16. Hundreds of under the hood improvements. ..and much, much more Features introduced in ver. 6.0 1- Open Calendar with no year by year limitation ! 2- Cloud sync and auto events backup 3- Recurring events support according to Hijri or Gregorian calendar 4- Import your appointments from iOS calendar Features introduced in ver. 5.0 1- Prayer times 2- Qibla Camera 3- Change the starting day of the week 4- The ability to auto load the Gregorian calendar 5- The ability to manage events from the Gregorian calendar 6- Prayer and events Widgets
Salatuk app indicates you the Prayer timing and the Qibla direction wherever you are! The Salatuk algorithm supports a large Prayer calculation methods adopted by many Muslim countries. Depending on your location, the application chooses the appropriate calculation method, Fiqhi school and Athan. However, if needed, you can also change the prayer method manually in the "Settings" tab or adjust prayer times manually. For better experience, please make sure your location is enabled!
Ayat : Al Quran : KSU-Electronic Moss'haf project. Features : - Viewing scanned (soft) copy of real printed Moss'haf. - Providing copy of Moss'haf Al-Madina, copy of Moss'haf Al-Tajweed (colored according to Tajweed rules) and copy of Mosshaf Warsh (Rewayat Warsh An-Nafei'). - Al Quran recitations by many famous reciters (two of them are by Rewayat Warsh an-Nafei'). - Repeating each Aya as many times as desired with time interval in between. - Search through Al Quran text. - Direct browsing the Moss'haf by Sura/Aya(Chapter/Verse) , Juz(Part) or Page number. - Six Arabic Tafsir(Commentary) "Al-Saa'di, Ibn-Katheer, Al-Baghawy, Al-Qortoby, Al-Tabary and Al-Waseet". - One English Tafsir(Commentary) "Tafheem Al-Quran by Al-Maududi". - E'rab (Grammar) Al-Quran by Qasim Da'aas. - Text Translation of the A; Quran meanings for more than 20 languages. - Voice Translation of the Al Quran meanings for two languages (English and Urdu). - Sync between recitaion and Aya position in the Page (highlighting Aya while recited). - Sync between recitaion and voice translation (repeat the translation after the recitation). - Program Interface in both Arabic and English. - live preview (example) : http://quran.ksu.edu.sa **ِ App permissions ** - the app needs the "read phone status" permission so it can stop the audio playback (the recitation) when a phone call comes in. - the app needs internet access so that it can download required contents (recitations, translations and Quran pages images). - the app needs to access to file storage so that it can store downloaded contents (recitations, translations and Quran pages images).
Moss'haf Al-Madinah is an application developed by King Fahd Glorious Quran Printing Complex in Al-Madinah Al-Munawarah. It presents two high-quality versions of Moss'haf Al-Madinah with 'Hafs from Asim' narration in vertical or landscape format. It supports 13 international languages. It includes quick search, reference and reading. You can share pages on social media. the features include reminding you of reading a certain Sura of the Holy Quran, follow-up of your daily, weekly and monthly recitation of the Quran, with the possibility to move to the pages by page, Sura, chapter, or part. The application contains an audio recording of four Qur'anic narrations in nine recitational Moss'hafs, seven full-text translations of the Qur'an's multiple translations of the Qur'an, and seven full-length translations of the Qur'an issued by King Fahd Glorious Quran Printing Complex. The aplication provides also Islamic books published by the Complex, with the option to download or browse. The application has many additional innovative features.
"They ask thee concerning the New Moons. Say: they are but signs to mark fixed periods of time in (the affairs of) men, and for pilgrimage"- The Holy Koran, Al-Baqara, Verse 189. "The number of months in the sight of Allah is twelve (in a year) ― so ordained by Him the day He created the heavens and the earth; of them four are sacred; that is the straight usage. So wrong not yourselves therein and fight the pagans all together as they fight you all together. But know that Allah is with those who restrain themselves"- The Holy Koran, Al-Tawba, Verse 36. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: "We are an illiterate nation; we neither write, nor know accounts. The month is like this and this, i.e. sometimes of 29 days and sometimes of 30 days. " (Bukhari and Muslim). Furthermore, in his farewell pilgrimage, the Prophet PBUH said: " Time has grown similar in form and state to the time when Allah created the heavens and the earth. A year is twelve months. Four of which are Sacred Months (Hurum). Three of the four months are successive. They are Dhul-Qa‘dah, Dhul-Hijjah, and Al-Muharram. The fourth Month is Rajab Mudar, which comes between Jumada and Sha‘ban. " The Umm Al-Qura calendar is thus defined, adopting the Hijri lunar Islamic system of dating events and accounting days and months. It was initiated by the Second Caliph Omar Ibn Al Khattab when he established public accounts, and began numbering the years of the Islamic calendar from the year of the Hijra (July 15, 622), when the Prophet PBUH emigrated from Mecca to Medina. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has adopted the Hijri system as its official calendar on both an official and civilian level, as the Islamic rites (pilgrimage, fasting and Zakat) are determined by the Hijri calendar, in addition to other Islamic liturgies. The first issue of the Um Al-Qura calendar was published in 1346H by the government press in Mecca where it was printed until 1399H. The government then decided to have it printed in its press office in Riyadh, where state of the art equipment can produce an elegant modern version of the calendar. To further develop the calendar, a supervisory committee was created, chaired by the president of KACST, with member experts in Islamic law and astronomy, to review any studies or remarks related to the calendar. The committee has been active since 1400H, making recommendations on issues pertinent to the calendar. In 1420 H, the coordinates of the Kaaba were adopted as the basis of the Umm Al-Qura calendar. If moonset occurs after sunset at Mecca, then the day beginning at that sunset is considered the first day of the new month.
"Masajid" is the official application of mosques developed by the Ministry of Islamic Affairs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It aims at providing a variety of services, including exploring mosques near your current location, following up the list of preferred mosques, communicating with Imam and Muazin easily through the application, in addition easely of providing information on all the Islamic activities provided by the ministry. Its data is updated continuously.
Arafat Sermon app enables users to listen to the translated sermon on Arafat Day, with 6 global languages. In addition, it provides information about the Arafat Sermon Translation project.
Khatmah App is your daily Quran reader - used by over 6 million users. Khatmah App is your daily Quran reader, allowing you to finish reading the Quran in the number of days you want. Khatmah provides you with daily Quran sessions from a high-quality Muss'haf, along with daily alarms to remind you of your Khatmah. You can navigate or browse the Quran by Surah or part.