This application helps you to read the holy Quran every now and then.
Ratings and Reviews
Wow! What an app! May the person who developed it get tons of reward! This makes it so easy to make sure you read a good amount of Qur'an in your day! It's incredible. How many times do we go by our days regretting that we didn't get to read any Qur'an? Well not anymore! Every single time you open your phone, you read an ayah! So that's like 100 ayahs in the day! (Ok that number is dependent on how often you look at your phone) You can finish the whole Qur'an in like 2 months! Aahh I'm so excited for this! I love it! (Was prompted to read 2 ayahs as I wrote this review! Awesome!) It reminds you every couple minutes to read another one as you stay on your phone!
Developer Response ,
Thank you so much for you review.
May Allah bless you.
Best app ever
May Allah bless us all.
I only have few suggestions,
1. it would be great if the verse start at the top rather than start at the middle everytime we open/view the verse on the lock screen (iPhone). It look wierd and the verse only shows top part of the verse the rest hidden below the screen. Hope you can consider this.
2. If we choose not to play the verse automatically please add play/pause button so we have option if we want to play the verse on the lock screen. And please correct the word “paly” if you mean “Play”.
3. On the app, under the “interpretation” tab, please reduce the font atleast fit the screen for short ayah, and please separate between the ayah definition and the explanation. I am using indonesian by the way.
4. Please add sound on the notification.
This app is a very nice concept that will allow a phone user to read every verse of the Quran one at a time.
However, the current design forces a verse as a reminder every preset period (between 2 to 30 mins). So the reminder with a verse appears at a specific time even when the user is doing something else on the phone. This will inevitably forces a preoccupied user to reject/ignore a reminder which defies the purpose of reading all verses and causes confusion.
A perhaps better design approach would be to display the whole verse in a reminder on the locked screen when the user first handles the phone, with options to e.g. recite, display, close, or repeat again. If the user reads this reminder then next reminder will have the next verse, otherwise the same verse is displayed next time a user handles the phone.
This, the main purpose is to encourage reading the Quran and not fore it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.