During the holy month of Ramadan, which is set to begin on 28 June this year, Muslims from around the globe will abstain from food, drink, and other physical needs during the day. To make things more convenient, IB Times UK has come out with a list of apps that have been designed specifically for Muslims during their spiritual journey.
Interested in learning about the most basic principles to conduct fasting in the month of Ramadan? Then get this app. It highlights the key points about Ramadan and talks about things that are lawful and forbidden during the holy month, apart from essential fasting rules.
Ramadan marks the start of the month of prayers and asking of forgiveness, blessings and mercy of Allah Almighty. Pertaining to the month, there are some special duas that every Muslim must recite in order to gain the most blessings and mercy from Allah Almighty. Ramadan Duas is an app especially designed for Muslims who want to know formal duas for the month as a token of their gratification.
The app has diet programmes that help users lose weight or maintain weight ahead of Ramadan. It has a set of exercises that help keep users fit and able during the fasting. There’s also a notification function that will remind you to eat or exercise at the right time.
Salah 3D Pro Islam
Salah 3D is a great way to learn how to pray salah. Whether you’re an adult wanting to learn or brush up, or maybe you’re looking for a way to teach your children namaz, this should be the perfect app for the purpose.
This is recognised by millions of followers of Islam throughout the Muslim world as the most accurate prayer time and azan application on mobile devices. Muslim Pro also features the full Quran with Arabic scripts, phonetics, translations and audio recitations as well as a Qibla locator, an Islamic Hijri calendar, a map of halal restaurants, mosques and more.
Islamic Greeting Cards
This app lets you easily pick an Islamic card and share it with the world. Share a Quran verse or Hadith using the Quran and Hadith cards.
Want to educate others about Islam? There are dawah cards available for free. Do you know some one who needs a dua? Pick a specific dua card for them. Want to send Ramadan and Eid greetings? There are cards available for these occasions as well. The app has cards from various different categories including Quran cards, Hadith cards, Eid cards and much more.
By Akash KJ