Here Are The Top Apps For Muslims To Have On Your Phone During Ramadan According To Twitter
The internet has spoken
Ramadan TV series have been a thing for decades.
But more recently our eyes are glued to our phone screens more so than the TV screens, and if you're finding the hours passing super slowly, particularly during the first couple of days of Ramadan, then having apps that pass the time effectively (and get you the accurate low-down on prayer times) are a life-line RN.
Emkwan, a Abu Dhabi-based tech and lifestyle creator put the question to the people: What are your top five apps right now, particularly for Muslims during the Holy Month. And here are the most popular, according to the people...
What are your top 5 iPhone apps you use for Ramadan?!— EMKWAN (@emkwan) May 6, 2019
😋Almost everyone:— Feroz Khan (@zoomnclick) May 6, 2019
“Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. Snapchat. WhatsApp”
He meant Ramadan friendly apps...
That’s very true lol guess I was looking for religious or ‘Ramadan friendly’ apps. 😂— EMKWAN (@emkwan) May 6, 2019
And more suggestions have been rolling in
Quran Hive and my Duaa app!— Safiyya Mansoor (@SafiyyaLM) May 6, 2019
Muslim Pro is the most popular Muslim app, regarded as the most accurate for prayer times
MuslimPro— ✍️ Rachel McArthur (@raychdigitalink) May 6, 2019
IS it still a thing?!
MySpace lol— DJ BLISS (@DJBLISS) May 6, 2019
You only need one according to this user
https://t.co/rRCnY9QdsI— AJ Joshi Ⓥ (@AJ) May 6, 2019
Only one needed.
The 5 apps you need...
Athan Pro, Quran Pro, Hisn al Muslim, Talabat, Yummly— Techie☆Darvish (@truly_salman) May 6, 2019
An in-depth response
Best Azan Apps for iPhone and iPad in 2019: A guide for Ramadan.— Ozy (@Ozymann11) May 7, 2019
1. Muslim Pro
3. Athan Pro
4. My Prayer
5. Azan Alarm
7. Ramadan Times
8. Azan MP3
9. Sun and Moon
10. Daily Salat