Internet has made our lives easy and comfortable. Not only our routine lives but it had also brought new ways to practice our religion. As we all know Ramadan is starting, there are few apps which can be useful for all Muslims during Ramadan living in any country.
In this month Muslims recite Quran to deepen their faith and read Hadiths through which they can make their and others lives good. If you are living abroad or in a non-Muslim locality where you find it bit difficult then there are few apps which are helpful
1: Ramadan Legacy
This app has leaped 836 places in the Google app charts, Similar Web told us. It is a newly-developed program which allows Muslims to keep a Ramadan journal, plan their fasts and hear stories from other people around the world.
"The app aims to enhance your experience of Ramadan through combining smart technology and beautiful design with spirituality and learning," its designers said to Daily Mirror in an interview.
2: Qibla Compass
This handy program points to Mecca, allowing Muslims to direct their prayers. It also gives the exact distance in miles and can be used in a variety of languages. The app has jumped 84 places in the Google Play rankings to become the six hundred and seventy-first most popular app in the UK.
3: Muslim Pro
Claiming to be the most popular Islamic app in Britain, Muslim Pro offers "the most accurate prayer time application on mobile devices". It tells you when to pray and fast, as well as offering directions to nearby halal restaurants when it's time to eat.
The app is something of a one stop shop, with a full diary of Islamic events and even a copy of the Quran complete with recitations.
This handy app draws influence from popular photo-editing programs, but allows users to emblazon their images with religious quotes.
Muslims can choose from a variety of religious issues and then share their words on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter. The app is particularly popular in the Middle East, where it is popular among young people.
This is a must for Ramadan: a searchable version of the Islamic holy book complete with translations and recitations. It is customary to study the Quran during Ramadan, so this app can expect to receive heavy usage.
Best thing about these apps is they are totally free and you can get them from iTunes or Play store.