Siddur Chabad – Annotated

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About this app

The Annotated Siddur you love is now available wherever you are.

Features the Tehillat Hashem Annotated Siddur, in regular page form (tzurat hadaf).

* All the prayers and blessings for weekdays with easy navigation.
* Halachic times for your location.
* Tefillin mirror
* Mizrach Compass

The Siddur that's always there for you.
Updated on
Sep 11, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

51 reviews
April 19, 2023
The best siddur, use it all the time. I can switch between back and forth between English and Hebrew as I learn it. Dropped 1 star because of 1 bad bug: If the app remains in memory for 2 days, Omer count is off (doesn't update, remains yesterday). Killing and restarting the app brings Omer count up to date. Another small bug: when phone switches between portrait and landscape mode, the part shown on screen moves. Annoying during familiar text, but during Slichot, it is easy to lose your place.
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catriel Carbonera
January 10, 2022
This app has a terribly annoying bug. The page zooms automatically when the screen is accidentally tapped twice or so. I would like to disable that zooming behavior but the program doesn't let you. I stopped using it for this reason and switched back to the free version.
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A Google user
August 17, 2019
I repeat: There are numerous verses in the English versions, where the Hebrew, has not been translated into English. The verses, I am referencing, are in fact, a Hebrew transliteration ("sounds like" cue, for pronouncing hebrew word). Not an english translation. There is a difference between a translation & a transliteration. In Blue App version, checkout the Shacharit prayers. Hebrew Transliterations, instead of English Translation (Example: See Tefillin prayer). And this is only (1) of many.
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August 16, 2019
We appreciate your feedback. This siddur was created as a faithful replica of the Kehot siddur so users have the familiar layout they are used to. You can pinch to zoom, but reflow is not possible when preserving the layout. The entire siddur is translated. Some prayers (not found in the orig. siddur, such as Eicha) are added in Hebrew as a bonus.

What's new

- Launch Daily Tehillim in the Kehot Tehillim app after Morning Prayers