Ramadan teaches us patience and sacrifice. It encourages generosity and charity. Hence, let us strive to increase recitation of Quran and every possible good deed.
If you want to learn about ways to spend on charity, read earning more through thick and thin. Here we will discuss a few apps that will help you focus more on productivity and preparation for the next world.
This is the best Quran app I’ve used so far. You can opt to view pages as in Madina Mushaf or read along with translation line by line. The best part is you can read different translations in case you want to compare or learn more for further comprehension.
A simple, clean and clear app for you to learn authentic duas to recite in the morning, afternoon and after prayer. The special feature in this app is that it has a counter for those who have difficulties in counting duas. Though that’s a very nice and helpful feature, if you can count with your fingers that will be better as that is how our beloved Rasoolullah (saw) did it.
Most of us are familiar with this app. It is the most popular prayer time app in Maldives as far as I know. We hear call for prayers here and there in many phones. That’s most likely the alarm of this app. The app includes prayer times of all islands in the Maldives. Not only that, it also includes how to pray and what to recite in prayer. In addition, it has a lot of information regarding prayer, like the prayer of a traveller and so on. All of that is good, but the special feature in this app for me is the qibla finder. That’s probably the best qibla finder.
It’s a fun and interactive gamified solution to learn languages for free. A very simple game with which you can learn almost all the widely-used languages in the world. The special feature in this app for me is that it has Arabic language. You can spend just 5 to 10 minutes a day to learn any language with Duolingo.
It is one of the most prominent Islamic websites in the world. They have answers for almost all the questions. Just visit them and search any question regarding Islam.
Finally I want to mention about our app, islamdheen app. Currently you won’t get too many features, but the articles and posts in the website will be available in the app inshaAllah.
Hope you will find the information helpful. Please let me know if you have a better app to be added to the list. You can mail at ahmed shareef dot com.
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