For the first time, an Islamic App that gives you the most accurate prayer times according to your current location (based on latitude and longitude), no matter which part of the world you are in! ‘Guide to Islam’ also features the ‘Qur’an’ and the 99 names of ‘ALLAH’ and our ‘Beloved Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. (PBUH)’ with Arabic scripts, translations and transliteration. Not only it has this, but ‘Guide to Islam’ also contains Hadees and step-by-step instructions on how to perform Namaaz, Istinja and Wudu.
Detailed features of ‘Guide To Islam’ App:
1. Quran: this includes not only translation but also in Arabic phonetics with audio recitation (source: http://www.transliteration.org).
2. ‘99 names of ALLAH’, which also includes the translation and transliteration.
3. ‘99 names of our beloved Prophet S.A.W. (PBUH)’, which also includes the translation and transliteration.
4. ‘Al-Hadees’: This section includes Hadees from ‘Sahih Al-Bukhari’ and ‘Sahih Al-Muslim’ and more. Here you will find Hadees on prayer, lifestyle and fasting etc…
5. Prayer Times: First ever app to give you your current location based on your current location’s latitude and longitude. It also makes this the most accurate app. This means you do not have to manually type in your current location, but your app will give you the most accurate prayer timings according to your location.
6. This app also includes step-by-step instructions on how to perform ablution or wudu. This has detailed instructions with clear diagrams help you understand better. If you have any doubts at all, then just check the app!
7. Duaas: This app also features many duaas. Duaa for leaving your home, before doing wudu, duaa for entering Masjid and many more duaas with transliteration and translation.
8. Namaaz (Prayer): This app also provides you with step-by-step instructions on how to perform your daily five times prayer. It also shows you more than one method of praying.
In order to read Qur’an, you must be connected to the internet, as the Qur’an it is linked through the website: http://www.transliteration.org.