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  1. As-salamulaykum!
    Subhanallah! Very deenProductive application! Being an android user I couldn’t try it yet. Hoping from the app developers an android app as well. 

  2. As-Salamo Aleikom, I’m of the same opinion. I do not have an iPhone or iPad, but if it is in the Android Market, i’ll certainly install it, inshaAllah.

    • Assalamu Alaykum, I dont have iphone or ipad, so I hope they make a version where we can download in our own pc.

  3. What about those who don’t have Iphones but other touch screen phones.. Is there other applications for other non iphones?

  4. A good review but I think you’ve missed several useability points. Firstly, there are no prayer options for those travelling – shortening or combining or both. The reward is the same for a full prayer and in fact, there’s a greater virtue in following the Sunnah of shortening prayers whilst travelling.

    Secondly, there’s no ‘reward’ for sisters who choose not to pray their salaah in the masjid. Also, the graph on the fasting side of things is inaccurate as it spikes up when you’re fasting, and then hits rock bottom on the days that you’re not fasting. I think that’s a fatal useability issue, because fasting everyday is not a recommendation and may encourage people to fast everyday when they really shouldn’t. I’d like to see more reward for fasting Mondays and Thursdays in accordance with the Sunnah, as well as the special voluntary fasting days, e.g. Shawwal, Arafat, Muharram, ‘white’ days (13th, 14th and 15th of every month) etc.

    I’d also like to see a reminder option, e.g. You have not entered your prayers for today…or something to that effect. And the possibility of adding in when ‘Eid has occurred so that one does not need to fast and is not ‘penalised’ for not fasting.

  5. I love this app lol! I always tell muslimd about it. I would love them to upgrade eith more features though. But Alhamdulilah it has been amazing for me since I started fully practicing. I love that I can visually see my salat progress. :) may Allah reward everyone that had a part of making the app. Ameen.

  6. This app is now (as of Aug. 2012) available for Android as a beta. Finally, masaAllah. InshaAllah it will be great on this platform, too. I have been waiting and waiting since reading this article.