Technology, when used efficiently, can help us as Muslims get closer to Allah. We’ve all been on the train or waiting at the doctor’s, and an Islamic app comes in handy in these rather stagnant situations. Instead of staring at the ceiling while waiting you could be getting hundreds of good deeds written in your book! It can also instantly improve your mood and make you more cheerful!
There are many apps today that help Muslims in their daily life and here is a list of the six best Islamic apps (in our opinion):
Used by more than 40 million Muslims around the world, Muslim Pro provides the most accurate Prayer time & Azan application.
The app also features the full Quran with Arabic scripts, phonetics, translations and audio recitations as well as a Qibla locator, an Islamic Hijri calendar, dua (supplication) list and a map of halal restaurants and Mosques, etc..
If your phone is the minimalistic type, and you only want one Islamic app, Muslim Pro is definitely the one to download.
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If you struggle reading the Quran, or if you want to perfect your recitation, Learn Quran Tajwid is the app for you.
It is an all in one app to study how to recite the Quran.
This app provides a thorough range of lessons, from basic tajweed lessons to an advanced class. It is suitable for all learners of all levels and is designed in a way to allow you to study alone, or with a teacher!
It is essential to have a daily routine of Dua and Azkar. So if you’re looking for a good source, Dua and Azkar provides a wide collection of supplications and remembrance of Allah, from various books and websites, including:
All Dua have features including audios, translations, and pronunciations
If you struggle to reach goals it is very important to have a schedule written down where you check your progress.
QamarDeen Quran lets you track all your daily spiritual efforts to help you measure your progress and continue to improve.
Use QamarDeen to track your prayer, Quran reading, Charity, fasting and visualize it all to analyse behavior and improve.
Want to eat out but you don’t know which restaurant serves Halal food?
With over 2,000 Halal restaurants, Halal Advisor is Australia’s largest halal restaurant finder app. Use this app to browse restaurant details, search for dining in, takeaway or delivery options, post photos, check reviews and ratings to decide where you want to eat, and use the map feature to guide you there.
We all prefer not to read through the long-worded, hard-to-pronounce ingredients of grocery products. Scan Halal provides an easy way to scan the barcode of a product that you want to purchase and quickly provides you with all the information on whether it’s halal or not. This app works on most international brands available in Australian stores.
If you have any Islamic apps that you would like to recommend, comment below and let us know!
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