This application is an all-in-one application that has the following main features:
Calendar (Gregorian Vs Hijri)
Nearby Places(Mosques,Hala Stores,Halal Restaurants)
Quranic Duas & Authentic Hadees Duas
Weather and Moon phases
The application provides a monthly view of Gregorian Calendar and the respective Islamic Calendar(Hijri)
The Islamic calendar is based on a calculated lunar calendar “Ummul Qura”
The application also provides a monthly view of Prayer Times based on the user’s current location and timezone in the same screen.
*Option to set Islamic(Hijri) day correction.
*Highlights the Islamic holidays/events in every month .
*Option to choose different calculation methods
*Prayer time notification option with system notification sound/Adhan selection.
*Choose media from device for the notification sound.You can play your favorite Adhan for each waqt.
*Option to automatically update location,search location and pick recently used locations
*Precise Qiblah with the accuracy indicator that alerts if the device needs calibration
*View all your calendar events in one place and create new events
*Search Nearby Places(Mosques,Halal Stores,Halal Restaurants)
*Shows weather details -current temperature, wind speed, humidity
* 56 Duas from Quran displayed in Indo/Pak arabic font.
* 31 Duas from Authentic Hadees(Muslim,Bukhari,Tirmidhi)
*Useful Home screen/Lock screen application (widget) that shows Gregorian/Hijri date,location,current prayer time(waqt) and the next prayer time.
*Application works without mobile data/internet connection and occupies very less storage and memory.
*Please follow the instructions given in this video below to calibrate the magnetic sensor for a precise Qiblah.
Facebook page :Facebook.com/HijCalendar
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Size : 4.9M
Current Version : 5.1.5
Requires Android : 2.2 and up
Offered By : Mohamed Rabbani
Please include the ability to do day/date/month/year rollovers at Maghrib time (as well as the default gregorian midnight).