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5 Best Apps for Your Phone this Ramadan

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It is that time of the year when Muslims around the world are busy in fulfilling their religious obligations. During the entire month of Ramadan, they dedicate themselves to self-reflection, devotion, and contemplation. However, there are many who also have daily chores and work to look after and they find it hard to reflect back. Thus, they are left behind in attaining the blessings and spiritual benefits of this holy month.

Thanks to technology, it has become easier for busy people to keep a track of their spiritual practices. There are a number of apps on both App Store and Google Play Store which will make this spiritual journey easier for you this Ramadan. Here are the top five amongst them:

iQuran Lite

Muslims around the world increase their frequency of reading the Quran in Ramadan. This is the month when this holy book was revealed the very first time. Through a virtual Holy Quran, it becomes possible for the Muslims to read the Quran while being on the go and navigate to any surah quite easily.

This is the best online versions of the Quran that comes with translations and complete audio recitation files too. A simpler version of the app is available for free for both Android and iOS devices.

Athan Ramadan

This is a complete app which comes with everything that one might need during the spiritual journey this month. Based on the location of the user, the app provides accurate prayer timings and can also help you find the nearest mosque too.

Apart from all this, the users get an Islamic calendar and a prayer book which helps in keeping a track of all their prayers. This app is also available free of cost for both iOS and Android users.

Muslim Pro – Ramadan 2017

Another amazing app that comes with all the major features which are otherwise found in individual apps. It brings prayer timings, Qibla compass, and a Hijri calendar on a single platform. The things which make this app stand out are the accurate Azaan prayer timings, the audio notifications for each Azaan, and a virtual Holy Quran.

The foremost benefit of the app is the Tasbih for those who wish to count their zikr and this is available in multiple languages including Urdu. It is available for free on both iOS and Android devices.

Ramadan Legacy

If you are looking for one comprehensive app then this is the one for you. It comes with some really unique features including Ramadan Reflections and a journal for personal thoughts. This allows the users to share their personal Ramadan stories with Muslims around the world.

The app also has a knowledge library where the users can get important information pertaining to different topics and content full of inspiring and spiritual blogs. Both iPhone and Android users can get this app without paying anything.

MyFitnessPal

Many Muslims would not consider a fitness app to be important during the month of Ramadan but it is very important to keep a track of the altered eating patterns. This app will help in calculating the daily calorie intake and is an easy-to-use app. You can track your diet and exercise so that your body is able to meet the daily requirement of nutrients to stay in a perfectly healthy condition. The app also contains one of the biggest food databases with the details of more than 6 million food items. Again, this app is for both iOS and Android users.

Ramadan is all about collecting the blessings of the Almighty and being ahead in attaining his love. If we truly want to work towards utilizing the benefits of Ramadan to the fullest while staying healthy, we must rely on one or more of the above-mentioned apps.

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