It will help you to learn a combination of cards and win.
The application interface is simple and straightforward.
In the menu you can quickly see all the combinations, and when you click on one of them to read a more detailed comment.
Enjoy the game!
Beautiful Al Quran application that give you so many features for read, learn, understand and memorize Al Quran.
1. Beautiful design
2. Always save your last read ayyah
3. Search Function
4. Duas in Quran
6. Ayyah Sajdah
7. Page Viewer
8. Read Quran
- Pinch to zoom
- Many reciters
- Many translation
- Colored Tajwid
- Swipe with 2 fingers to navigate
- Comfort audio player
- Share To Social Media
- Copy Quran Text
- Fullscreen View
9. Finishing Task. Help you to Khatam Al Quran
10. Memorizing Task. Help you to memorize ayyahs on Al Quran
11. Asmaul Husna
12. Schedule/Alarm to remind you to read Al Quran
On this beautiful application, we hope to help you all to love our Holy Book, Al Quran.
Wassalamualaikum wr wb
Quran Majeed for Android is similar to Quran Majeed for iOS (iPhone, iPad).
● World famous reciters (Sheikh Abdul Basit, Sheikh As Sudays & As Shraym, Mishari Rashid, Saad Al Ghamdi, Abu Bakr Shatry, Sheikh Ahmed Ajmi, Sheikh Al-Huzaifi, Sheikh Mahir-al-Muayqali, Sheikh Minshawi, Sheikh Ayub, Khalil Husari, Mahmood AlBana, Salah Bukhatir & Sheikh Basfar).
● 10 language translations (English, French, Indonesian, Malay, Urdu, Hindi, Russian, Turkish, German and Spanish).
● Option to display any translation along with full Arabic text in both portrait and landscape viewing. Supports pinch/zoom feature for changing font size.
● Quranic Aya highlighting during recitation.
● Background audio recitation playback support during standby.
● Social media sharing. Ability to share selected aya via email, Facebook, WhatsApp, Viber and other apps.
Pakdata Quran Majeed
** For Donor Version: if after updating to newer version, application falling back to Free Version, try to re-confirm (5 steps on http://www.badr-interactive.com/en/donate )
Quran with Complete features:
- Customizable Arabic font size
- Ibn Kathir tafseer (commentary)
- NEW: Fast "Go to", using auto complete
- Install to SD card
- Post to Facebook (aya > 420 chars length will be posted to notes as FB only allow 420 chars in wall)
- Keep screen on feature
- Landscape mode (change from "Setting")
- Tweet to Twitter**
- Search word(s) in translation or commentary*
- Goto specific aya
- Goto specific page**
- Goto specific juz**
- Open your last reading
- Othmani based pagination
- Juz pagination
- Customizable Latin font size
- Show/Hide translation (for easy Quran reading)
- Show/Hide aya (for easy translation reading)
- Categorized of Bookmarks
- Multiple bookmark's categories**
- Show/Hide bookmarks
- Customizable bookmarks color
- Send aya via email**
- Send commentary via email**
* Limited in Free version
** Donors version only
"thiruvAchakaththukku urukAdhAr oru vAchakaththukkum urukAr"
திருவாசகத்திற்கு உருகாதார் ஓர் வாசகத்திற்கும் உருகார்
(people who do not melt (with bhakthi) at hearing thiruvAchakam, will not be able to enjoy (melt) any other song(statement) )
Sivapuranam is forming first part of Thiruvachakam. The hymn, with its 95 lines (Kalivenba poetic format), draws a detailed account on the origin, appearance and characters of Lord Shivas, the primes deity of Saivites. Further the work explains that the soul is in association with an entity called Anava (anavam) from beginningless period. Anava is not ego and it is a malam (an impurity) associated with the soul . It is the source of all negative qualities like ignorance, ego etc,. Under its bondage, the soul was unable to know itself and the God above it. The all-merciful God, Lord Siva, wanted to free the soul from the grip of Anava. The text is simple and understandable to most of the Tamil speaking devotees.
This new app brings you the important events of the Islamic history and the people
who starred in those events with their heroics. It offers a time-line based index with
beautiful images. Search facility is also provided where you can search for any
event or personality that you remember and it will allow you to easily browse
through the app.
Everyone who has even a brief acquaintance with Islamic History is aware that the Islamic Ideology and world-view provided, during the first few centuries Hijra, a most powerful source of inspiration, especially for the Muslim people's quest for knowledge. The Islamic spirit produced a radical transformation in the Arabian Peninsula, as well as among the countries where Islam took firm root in the immediately succeeding centuries. The rich contributions which Islam has made in the various branches of Science served as the basis for the development of modern science. Although many earlier western historians tended to ignore this fact, recent investigations have led to a wider recognition of the importance of the Muslim contributions, especially to the development of scientific thought and the scientific method.
The injunctions of the Quran and the teachings of the Prophet (peace be upon him) laid great stress on the acquisition of knowledge and developing the spirit of inquiry. The Muslims strictly followed these precepts and spared no pains to acquire, preserve and spread knowledge. As a result of their vigorous and dedicated efforts, a truly scientific outlook was developed. This in itself is a most valuable service of the Muslims to the human civilization. But, unfortunately, the achievements of these luminaries have faded into oblivion due to our indifference and apathy. There is an urgent need to reclaim these achievements and, as their heirs, it is our duty to hold aloft the torch of knowledge lighted by these illustrious personalities. We must, therefore, bring their works into he limelight once again, so that mankind may benefit from them.
THE GHAZWAH OF BADAR: 624 A.D.
THE TAKING OF MAKKAH: 630 A.D.
CAPTURE OF CYPRUS: 1571-73 A.D.
CONQUEST OF AFRICA: 662-675 & 682-683 A.D
CONQUEST OF AJMER & DELHI: 1192 A.D.
CONQUEST OF CONSTANTINOPLE: 1453 A.D.
CONQUEST OF EGYPT: 641 A.D.
CONQUEST OF PERSIA: 634-642 A.D.
CONQUEST OF SIND: 711-713 A.D.
CONQUEST OF SOMNATH: 998-1038 A.D.
CONQUEST OF SPAIN: 711-715 A.D.
CONQUEST OF SYRIA: 630-638 A.D.
CONQUEST OF TURKESTAN: 705-714 A.D.
CONQUEST OF VENICE: 1478 A.D.
CRUSADES AGAINST THE TURKS: 1371 A.D.
DEFENCE OF MYSORE: 1799 A.D.
INDEPENDENCE OF ALGERIA: JUNE, 1962 A.D.
INDEPENDENCE OF INDONESIA :
INDEPENDENCE OF MALAYSIA: AUGUST 31, 1957 A.D.
INDEPENDENCE OF MAURETANIA: MARCH, 1959 A.D.
INDEPENDENCE OF MOROCCO: MARCH 2, 1956 A.D.
INDEPENDENCE OF NIGERIA: OCTOBER 1, 1960 A.D.
INDEPENDENCE OF SOMALIA: JULY 1, 1960 A.D.
INDEPENDENCE OF SUDAN: JANUARY 1, 1956 A.D.
INDEPENDENCE OF TUNISIA: MARCH 20, 1956 A.D.
INDEPENDENCE OF TURKEY: JANUARY 20, 1921 A.D.
MONGOLS BEATEN: 1260 A.D.
MONGOLS BEATEN: 1260 A.D.
NUR AL DIN ZANGI & CRUSADERS: 1147-1174 A.D.
PINNACLE OF TURKISH SULTANATE: 1520-1566 A.D.
RETAKING JERUSALEM: 1187 A.D.
THE BIRTH OF PAKISTAN: AUGUST 14, 1947 A.D
DELHI, MAY 11, 1857 A.D.
GUGERA, SEP. 1857 A.D.
JHELUM, JULY 6, 1857
LAHORE, JULY 30, 1857 A.D.
MAY, 1857 A.D.
MEERUT, MAY 10, 1857 A.D.
NARINJI, JULY 2, 1857 A.D.
PESHAWAR, AUG. 28, 1857
SIALKOT, JULY 8, 1857 A.D.
SIND, SEP. 1857 A.D.
BATTLE OF PAKISTAN: JULY 27, 1948 A.D.