NEW! The Judaica Press English translation of Rashi on Tanach is now available as an in-app purchase! This translation includes many added explanatory notes and references to expand your understanding of both Rashi's commentary and the Tanach. You can now study Rashi in two easy-to-view parallel columns of Hebrew and English.
Tanach Bible includes the Hebrew text and English translation of:
* Torah - Five Books of Moses
* Nevi'im - Prophets
* Ketuvim - Writings
* Hebrew text of Rashi on the entire Tanach
* Easy navigation to all books of the Bible
* Long press on any chapter number to go directly to any chapter/verse
* Option to view Chumash by weekly and special Torah readings
* Haftarah readings are associated with Torah readings
* View Rashi and Hebrew text in parallel columns
* View English or Hebrew text in flowing passage or in verse-by-verse display
* View Hebrew and English text in parallel columns with Rashi text below
* View Hebrew and English text in parallel columns
* View Rashi commentary in regular Hebrew or ‘Rashi script’
* Bookmark verses
* Sort bookmarks by most recent or by book
* Full text search in Hebrew
* Full text search in English
* Copy or share on social media a verse or range of verses
Tanach Bible for Android requires no special Hebrew support. It’s built-in to the app!
* Full Hebrew support, including Hebrew keyboard, with eight font sizes
* Fully pointed Hebrew text
* Tanach text shows open and closed breaks
* Choice of English or Hebrew user interface
Tanach Bible is a joint project of ZigZag, Inc. and Davka Corporation.
Keywords: Bible, Torah, Tanach, Tanakh, Jewish, Hebrew, Judaism, Parasha, Old Testament, תנ"ך, תורה, Israel
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Michael Laitman’s Weekly Torah Portion App offers innovative ideas on the process of the world’s correction, known as Tikkun Olam.
Dr. Laitman is a Kabbalist, scientist, professor of ontology, and author of more than 40 books. His extensive knowledge and innovative perceptions make his interpretations of the Torah contemporary and refreshing.
While touching on current affairs in politics, society, and education, Laitman tells the story of our souls, the soul of each of us, through the stories we all know and cherish.
According to Kabbalah, says Laitman, the “protagonists” in each portion are symbols, representing situations and sensations we all go through, especially those who seek to “rev up” the spiritual side of them.
Did you know, for instance, that crossing the Red Sea stands for a person shifting from egotism to altruism? And did you know that without wicked Haman, Israel would never be able to come back from the exile in Babylon and build the Second Temple? Laitman’s explanations are rife with such innovative notions that make us examine Jewish history in a different and refreshing way.
Each week, your app will be updated with the latest insights on the weekly portion. These insights derive wisdom from The Book of Zohar, from the Midrash, and other Jewish sources, and are spangled with bits from science and from history. These ingredients blend into a refreshing piece of text that is thought-provoking and a joy to read.
We hope you will enjoy your Weekly Torah Portion App and would love to hear your feedback through the feedback form in this app so we can make it even better for you and for all our readers.
Selected for the day, season or Holy Day.
Browse or search the Torah in English or Hebrew.
Listen to verses read aloud for you, right on your phone.
We hope you enjoy this app. It is simple, but we will improve it whenever we can. Please make suggestions.
The app lets you choose the type of lesson (audio or text) and the lesson length (minutes or words) and get a list of relevant Torah lessons.
The app is constantly updated with new lessons from multiple online resources.
Using the app, even if you only have 1 or 2 free minutes, you can use them to study Torah!
The app and lessons are in Hebrew
Perfect for brushing up the Torah portion. Choose a Parsha from any Chumash including double parshiot. Makes practicing much easier.
תיקון קוראים לחמשה חומשי תורה
-Select a Chumash then a Parsha then an Aliya.
-TAP THE TEXT to switch from with Nikkud and Trop/Taamim/Simanim to without. And vice versa.
-Tap the back-button on the top of the screen to go to the previous menu.
-Tap the grid (four squares) to start from the beginning.
-Quickly switch from one Aliya to the next by swiping left and right or by tapping the arrows on the top left.
Now its easier to practice reading the Torah on the go!
Q. Why is the text not aligned when I switch the text from with Nikud to to without?
A. That happens because the tool we use to display the text don't support any font other than the default "droid Hebrew sans" when there are nikud or trop. So that's why when you remove the diacritics, the text shifts with the new font. We are hoping to find a solution.
NEW: With Android 4.4 there is no problem.
Q. Why is the text not laid out like a real Torah?
A.I use actual text as opposed to pictures, so its laid out differently depending on the phone.
© 2014 Sharshi Borisute
♔ Free With ads. Please click ads to keep application free.
♔ Works on Android 1.6 and up!
♔ No need to install fonts or root phone!
"Book of Education", is a work which systematically discusses the 613 commandments of the Torah. Published anonymously in 13th century Spain. It is based upon Maimonides' system of counting
♔ Change text appearance. Many fonts available.
♔ Full Hebrew and English menus
♔ Convenient context menu (can be disabled)
♔ Full screen option
♔ Pinch and Zoom option
♔ No internet connection required
♔ Supports all screen sizes
♔ Supports rooted devices, or Hebrew System (Israeli cell phones)
♔ Installs on SD card to save space
Keywords: Hebrew, Jew, Jewish, Israel, Siddurישראל, בית כנסת, תהילים, תורה, יהודי, יהדות, תפילה, תפילות
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Also try the full version. The ads are removed, and it not only gives you the gematria of the word, but also gives you every other word in either the Torah, Nevi'im, or Ketuvim with the same gematria.
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