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iPray: Prayer Times & Qibla Free @ Google Play Store

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SALE: Free for a limited time Enjoy an ad-free, full-featured iPray that is being distributed as a gift for three days starting 14th to 17th, in preparation and anticipation for Ramadan this year! Pl… Read More
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SALE: Free for a limited time
Enjoy an ad-free, full-featured iPray that is being distributed as a gift for three days starting 14th to 17th, in preparation and anticipation for Ramadan this year! Please remember us in your prayers.

iPray offers a beautifully hand-crafted interface with both Prayer Times and Qibla compass displayed on the same screen - no switching between screens. You're sure to get accurate timings and athan alerts no matter where you are in the world. Its modern and simple to use interface offers you immense power and customizability under the hood. iPray "just works" out of the box with zero-configuration required.

PRAYER TIMES ( )
• Islamic prayer times for any location round the world
• An easy to read display with heads-up information about the current prayer in focus (either the currently active prayer or the next one in case it's starting soon). Prayers included are: Fajr, Sunrise / Salat al Doha, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, Isha and Qiyam
• Smart status bar notification that doesn't just show you what's most important (current prayer's elapsed time, or upcoming prayer's count down), but also smartly gets demoted during the day so it's out of your way and promoted when a prayer is 30 minutes away. Your lock screen will automatically show you the next prayer information if it's within 30 minutes.
• Color coded display to show the progress of the current prayer. Severity begins with yellow, orange, red and bright red, indicating the current prayer is about to depart, so pray if you haven't already prayed.
• Optional 15 minutes reminders to remind you with a gentle 'knock knock' sound that the prayer is about to begin.
• Easy toggling of alerts from the main screen. Tap-hold to see more options.

MONTHLY TIMETABLE
• Simply rotate your device to view monthly timings; also accessible from the main menu.
• Hijri date and prayer timings for all the prayers (including Qiyam)
• Scroll down to automatically see timings for the following month.

QIBLA COMPASS ()
• A simple to use compass that's always on. The moment you launch iPray, the compass is ready, eager to show you the way.
• Full screen Qiblah locator mode with more information about the angle and distance to Mecca
• An optional Map-compass is included in case your device does not support a built-in magnetometer (or you want visually verify it)

ISLAMIC EVENTS
• Get to see the Islamic calendar with important dates such as start of Ramadan, Eid, Hajj etc

IMMERSIVE ANIMATIONS
• No matter what time you launch iPray, you'll always be greeted with a new scenery. Watch beautifully hand-crafted illustrations and subtle animations of moving clouds, the Sun, the Moon and the Stars over the lovely backdrop of the live sky-view.

ISLAMIC EVENTS (Coming soon)
• Easily determine when the important events of the hijri calendar year are (), including Ramadan, Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha

WIDGETS
• Although our Smart notification alert will serve the purpose of any widget, iPray comes bundled with three simplistic widgets to see prayer times on the desktop.
• One widget notifies you of the current salah, while another displays information about the next salah
• A widget that displays the full prayer times table for the day

CONFIGURABLE
• iPray lets you change every aspect of the calculation method used.
• Adjust individual salat times with addition / subtraction of minutes in case you wish to match timings from your local masjid
• Algorithm for Fajr and Isha detection can be configured to be: One Seventh, Angle Based, One Seventh Median and times based on Middle of the Night.
• Includes status bar updates for all prayers, including Qiyam al layl (Tahajjad prayer)
• Various Azans () and options for each namaz

Look no further, you've found the one and only prayer times app for muslims that does it all.

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40 Likes
wow this has gone hot normally ethinic deals tend to go extra cold i guess hukds have grown up
13 Likes
Jazakallah khair for posting. I've been looking for an app that can do this without intrusive ads.
12 Likes
icecreamwoman
Thanks, I will pray for god to stop bone cancer in babies from birth.
I understand why you would grieve for this, or even be angry. I appreciate you have intense love for humanity, so don't want suffering to exist. This may not be the best place to manifest your care, as it may be perceived as trolling. Pain is our fallible perception. Eternal bliss cannot be compared with a moment of suffering (either at birth or at death) in comparison. Also, focus on the blessing we have. The amount of times in a day we experience love and safety. celebrate life, not death. pain is the anomaly, the norm is a banquet of blessing for the lovers eye that precieves.

Edited By: bornontuesday on Mar 15, 2017 23:25
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For those looking for a app that updates the prayer times based on their local mosque I would definetly recommend the the MyMosque app. Click the links below:

Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.acs.mymosque&hl=en_GB

Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/my-mosque/id668521188?mt=8

I live in Nottingham and 4 of the mosques that i attend have signed up and keep the timetable up to date on a monthly basis. The best part is that they actually have the jamaat times too.

Edited By: shaf_haq on Mar 15, 2017 14:24
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Allahu akbar

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3 Likes #1
Woah, great find! Idk if it has ever been free. Heat :)
4 Likes #2
Muslimpro is free but has ad pop ups. Will give this a go, heat added.
4 Likes #3
FINALLY!
3 Likes #4
beautiful. well designed.
2 Likes #5
looking to the future, what do I do when I am in deep sleep leaving this solar system and wakes up 20 light years' away?
5 Likes #6
Is this the updated version with the offend the Dutch section oO
2 Likes #7
splender
looking to the future, what do I do when I am in deep sleep leaving this solar system and wakes up 20 light years' away?

you'd be dead so no need to worry little squire
you'll understand when astronomy is covered when you reach secondary school
3 Likes #8
Excellent, thank you!
6 Likes #9
This is a good deal, great app, lots of fun
1 Like #10
benjammin316
This is a good deal, great app, lots of fun

Sarcasm?
40 Likes #11
wow this has gone hot normally ethinic deals tend to go extra cold i guess hukds have grown up
1 Like #12
wow this has gone hot normally ethinic deals tend to go extra cold i guess hukds have grown up

There is a sequel, Ipray2 catering for Christians, Jewish, Sikhs, Robotologists.........
#13
Has anyone found that the times are slightly off compared to local mosque?
8 Likes #14
hes a funny old thing god, knows everyones inner most thoughts so knows what you need help with, he just likes to hear you beg oO
1 Like #15
ratsdomino
hes a funny old thing god, knows everyones inner most thoughts so knows what you need help with, he just likes to hear you beg oO
Or likes people who help themselves more so He doesn't have to deal with many people :P
1 Like #16
I find using Qibla compasses, half the mosques in Birmingham point the wrong way
13 Likes #17
Jazakallah khair for posting. I've been looking for an app that can do this without intrusive ads.
3 Likes #18
Nshizzle
Has anyone found that the times are slightly off compared to local mosque?
It's based on calculations - every masjid has different salah times to suit the community
#19
Great stuff!
1 Like #20
this blue pic belong to some other app , which comes with Adds.
#21
Nshizzle
Has anyone found that the times are slightly off compared to local mosque?
Really need an app that provides an interface for all Mosques to enter in their local timings, both start times and congregation times as well as maybe other alerts (that people can opt in/out). The amount of times people are visiting a city and want to know what time the Friday prayer is.

the difficulty would be getting mosques to sign up and update regularly.There's also the internal governance and control needed as to who has access to update the times and ensuring continuity.
#22
splender
looking to the future, what do I do when I am in deep sleep leaving this solar system and wakes up 20 light years' away?
You find out who spiked your drink! :) dim ond cellwair

Edited By: twomoons on Mar 15, 2017 12:58
3 Likes #23
dark_shadow
Nshizzle
Has anyone found that the times are slightly off compared to local mosque?
It's based on calculations - every masjid has different salah times to suit the community
Thanks. I find muslimpro to be spot on to my local mosque...so I will probably just use that. Wasn't too far off, within 10 minutes but still would rather it to be the right time.

I do like that this app gives you 15 minutes advance on prayer times - like a little nudge to do Wudu!
#24
loofer
Nshizzle
Has anyone found that the times are slightly off compared to local mosque?
Really need an app that provides an interface for all Mosques to enter in their local timings, both start times and congregation times as well as maybe other alerts (that people can opt in/out). The amount of times people are visiting a city and want to know what time the Friday prayer is.

the difficulty would be getting mosques to sign up and update regularly.There's also the internal governance and control needed as to who has access to update the times and ensuring continuity.
Thank you. I just replied to another poster above on this. Realistically it's quite a time consuming exercise but would be so great if they did regularly update the times...alternatively just pop on the local mosque website (like I did yesterday) to gauge far out timings are. I find muslim pro to be really accurate so will continue to use it, but I think this ap would be great if the timings were closer for my area.
10 Likes #25
For those looking for a app that updates the prayer times based on their local mosque I would definetly recommend the the MyMosque app. Click the links below:

Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.acs.mymosque&hl=en_GB

Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/my-mosque/id668521188?mt=8

I live in Nottingham and 4 of the mosques that i attend have signed up and keep the timetable up to date on a monthly basis. The best part is that they actually have the jamaat times too.

Edited By: shaf_haq on Mar 15, 2017 14:24
1 Like #26
Hot hot hot
1 Like #27
Nothing in the app for Pastafarians, so no good for me.
#29
Hates ios. Way too expensive for the commoner!!
2 Likes #30
An easy to read display with heads-up information
Heads-down surely?
6 Likes #31
Thanks, I will pray for god to stop bone cancer in babies from birth.
3 Likes #32
Atheists strike back!!
#33
We put this on my mates Chrome browser at work so he gets notified when to pray. Worth a troll if anyone's looking for ideas X)
1 Like #34
Thanks
12 Likes #35
icecreamwoman
Thanks, I will pray for god to stop bone cancer in babies from birth.
I understand why you would grieve for this, or even be angry. I appreciate you have intense love for humanity, so don't want suffering to exist. This may not be the best place to manifest your care, as it may be perceived as trolling. Pain is our fallible perception. Eternal bliss cannot be compared with a moment of suffering (either at birth or at death) in comparison. Also, focus on the blessing we have. The amount of times in a day we experience love and safety. celebrate life, not death. pain is the anomaly, the norm is a banquet of blessing for the lovers eye that precieves.

Edited By: bornontuesday on Mar 15, 2017 23:25
9 Likes #36
Allahu akbar
2 Likes #37
Ameen.
4 Likes #38
humadoon
wow this has gone hot normally ethinic deals tend to go extra cold i guess hukds have grown up

Islam transcends ethnicities. So does HUKD :P
#39
This is for Islam only? Voted cold

Edited By: shadzuk on Mar 16, 2017 00:43
4 Likes #40
Vote on the deal. Read the daily fail if u wanna demonise.

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