The month of Ramadan is a very special month for Muslims. Other than just about fasting in the daytime, Ramadan is the month for us to perform the most ibadah (acts of worship), reading the Quran, doing good deeds and seeking forgiveness with Allah s.w.t. WIth these in mind, we’re listing out the best Ramadan apps to help you observe Ramadan better and help you perform your best deeds in Ramadan.
This app by Islamic Finder has the all-rounder features for you to have the best Ramadan experience. They even have the tagline, “Become a better Muslim with Athan”. Features include:
We’ve chosen this Muslim Assistant app to be second best because it lacked the full features of the best Ramadan app above. However, since its full features are available, even when offline, this has to be the next best app. Features include:
These apps serve as a motivation to keep going in Ramadan, do good deeds, make extra prayers, and read the Quran even more.
This app aims to motivate young Muslims to fast and perform other ibadah like praying Tarawih and Reciting the Al-Quran, with vibrant artwork and colorful stickers. The app is developed by MUIS, the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore. Features include:
This app is to motivate Muslims to do more good deeds in Ramadan. The app is designed for anyone of any age around the world to do good in Ramadan. Features include:
Before covid, Ramadan used to be a social occasion, especially on the breaking of the fast (iftar).
This app helps you find halal places for restaurants, groceries, clothing and masjid near you. Features include:
Farah Ishak is a Content Writer at Halalop. She grew up in the United Kingdom where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Management. Later, she completed her MBA and held senior-level positions in Malaysian based MNC. She left the corporate world to be with her young kids. She is passionate about issues concerning Muslim women, Startups and Muslim businesses in general.
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