My Siddur: Transliterated Sidd

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About this app

My Siddur is to prayer what Drivers Ed is to driving!
The Siddur is a beautiful, user friendly, transliterated, Hebrew/English Siddur / Prayer Book with Audio.
My Siddur is your personal prayer trainer.
My Siddur is a very user friendly transliterated Siddur that has accompanying professionally recorded audio tracks, to which you can chant and sing along, to help you learn or practice your prayers in the traditional Hebrew text.
Listen to a collage of My siddur audio tracks here:
Shabbat & Holiday prayers - will G-d willing be available in future apps.
The transliteration in this version of My Siddur has the Israeli/Sephardic style pronunciation (Shabbat vs Shabbos).
Siddur Sheli is an audio visual prayer experience.
See the prayer and click the audio to hear it sung or sweetly chanted by Rabbi Chayim B. Alevsky, accompanied by professional music by world famous Chony Milecky -
Tools for Torah is in the midst of creating many more exciting Apps for prayers, Holiday guides, and skill building apps for Chumash and more! Visit for updates!
My Siddur will G-d willing be updated shortly with more audio, better quality songs and recordings.

Partner with My Siddur!
We are also planning to animate My Siddur – to have all the words highlight as they are being chanted. If you are interested in helping with programming or sponsorship please contact me @ or 203 887 6044.
Please report bugs, fixes, comments and more great ideas to
A Project of / Tools for Torah, programmed by Isaac Levi for IOS adapted and tweaked by Ari Sprung for Android.
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Updated on
Nov 30, 2018

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Ratings and reviews

16 reviews
A Google user
December 14, 2019
I really love this app. Makes learning fun and simple. But I do have some requests... That you please add an option to search what prayer you wanna learn... And that you make the app less buggy because it crashes once in a while. Also please add the song for vowels and letters it would help a lot
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Jiena Han
April 6, 2022
Provides audio for the most significant prayers in the siddur but some of the prayers, such as Adon Olam, have this nasty rock beat background music that is very distracting when you are trying to learn the prayers. Some of the audio here is the same as the audio on one of the Chabad websites which is free but its a lot more convenient to use it on the app so probably worth the price. It doesn't have an English translation so I'm using an interlinear siddur to look up words that I don't know.
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Juanita Franks
February 11, 2023
The app is great. It is in Hebrew and is translirerated. There is also some English. And the melodies are beautiful. The only problem is that it keeps crashing when I go to the next page, which is very frustrating. I have to go back to the app and find the page every time I turn the page. It would be great if this was fixed.
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What's new

My Siddur is finally ready for the Droid world, thanks to my good friends and supporters (Isaac Levi, Ari Sprung & Itzik Lerner and co!).
This first Droid edition needs a few very minor tweaks - a mismatched audio here and there - no big deal... not worth waiting to fix to roll out for you! So here goes My Siddur to the Droid world! Please share My Siddur with your friends everywhere and may G-d Almighty answer all your prayers for good, swift and complete!
- Chayim B. Alevsky