The ancient Islamic traditions combined with modern technology – who would have such a thing? But Apple managed to not only present but also to realize our plans – ‘apple’ in Ramadan, the company released a number of useful applications for mobile devices. Among them – a program that recalls the prayer time is also a virtual compass – Find Mecca, indicating the correct direction to the Muslim holy city. James Otan set several such applications on their iPhone and iPad. Man says he became more attentive, for now do not forget to pray during working hours and knows what restaurants serve the Muslim diet. ‘The journey I always take my book. However, take all impossible, because then you will have to carry 10 000 pages. And now it’s all there on the phone ‘- says Muslim James Otan.
However, not all programs are designed for use in Ramadan. More info: Kam VedBrat. There are also those who help users find the nearest store, which sells prepared according to Islamic traditions of food. Other additions are taught the correct pronunciation of the prayers or say how many pages the user read the Koran in its phone. In addition, there are programs available with books and other religions – for example, the Bible or the Bhagavad-Gita. Very popular among U.S. users was the program iPray, which at a certain time to proclaim phone adhan – the call to prayer. The fact that in the U.S., unlike in Muslim countries, mosques are not calling people to pray through the speakers. ‘These our traditions, they are already somewhere in 15 centuries. In my opinion, these programs – a successful combination of modern technology and ancient customs, which we follow every day ‘- says Muslim Syumeye Kalontsu. Thanks to these innovations, many will be able to adhere to their religious duties, even in unfamiliar cities. It is worth noting that similar programs to prepare not only Apple, but other companies such as Nokia.