For Muslims, Ramadan is one of the holiest months in the Islam lunar calendar. Millions of Muslims around the world observe the Ramadan period as they practice spiritual discipline and purification during this time which lasts approximately 30 days.
Here are seven apps you should consider downloading to help you during Ramadan.
1. Quran Majeed
Quran Majeed allows you to have a copy of the Quran on your mobile device, making it convenient to read and refer to it on your tablet or smartphone. It also has 45 different language translations of the Quran.
2. Ramadan Legacy
Ramadan Legacy app allows users to track their Ramadan achievements throughout the month. It also provides the ability to share your Ramadan journey with others through reflectiions and photos.
3. InstaDeen Lite
InstaDeen Lite is for those who want to share photos with Quran verses or Islam quotes on social media and messaging apps.
Available on: iOS
With the ShareTheMeal app you could also think of those in need during Ramadan. The app allows you to donate food to hungry children around the world at the tap of a button.
5. Muslim Dua Now
Muslim Dua Now has a full catalog of Islamic duas divided in 18 major categories. It also has a translation feature.
6. Athan by IslamicFinder
With over 10 million users, Athan by IslamicFinder brings you Ramadan times for Sehr o Iftar, Ramadan Calendar, Ramadan Duas, & Ramadan book to log your daily fasting.
With Athan, stay on top of your prayers, get accurate prayer times, Azan times, azan alarm, recite the Holy Quran with 45+ translations, Duas, log prayers in the PrayerBook to track your Salat performance, Qibla finder, new Islamic year dates in Hijri Calendar and get connected to Muslim community.
Zabihah helps you locate the nearest Halaal restaurant based on your location. It is a useful guide for halal foodies and it also geo-locates the nearest markets and mosques.