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Free Ramadan Mobile Applications by Nokia

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The Holy month of Ramadan for Muslims all over the world is just two weeks away, and different services have started releasing Ramadan-related content for PCs and mobile phones.
After the success of the Ramadan-related content in 2006 and 2007, Nokia is back with new mobile applications this year, dedicated to the Muslim religious celebration that will start at the beginning of September.

Nokia Ramadan
These new mobile applications for Ramadan are available as free download and are also pre-loaded on selected Nokia handsets. This year’s applications are:

  • Quran:
    Search and bookmark any Ayah or Surah using this application. Some devices also have narration by Sheikh Al-Hudhaifi.
  • Emsakya:
    The Emsakya application alerts you with times for the daily prayer, Suhour and Iftar during the Holy Month of Ramadan
  • Ramadaniat:
    A large collection of useful information concerning fasting, Zakah Al-Fitr, the benefits of Laylat Al-Qadr and the I’tekaf can be found in this app.
  • Hajj & Umrah:
    A mobile guide for both journeys with multimedia content in addition to the most famous places that you can visit on the way.
  • Cards:
    Create your own Mobile Greeting Cards for different occasions and then send them to family and friends via SMS or MMS.
  • Mozzaker:
    Read a large collection of daily Azkar and selected supplications with voice and SMS or MMS the Azkars to friends.
The Nokia handsets that come pre-loaded with Ramadan applications are Nokia N78, Nokia N70 Music Edition, Nokia E51, Nokia 6500 Slide, Nokia 6300, Nokia 3120 Classic and Nokia 2630. These devices will include Ramadan applications only if you buy them from Middle East or Africa.
The handsets that are compatible with Nokia Maps can locate important mosques in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Pakistan, Egypt and Morocco.
You can download these applications from the Nokia Ramadan website, which is available in three different languages: English, Arabic and French.
I wish all my Muslim readers a prosperous Ramadan!
Post from: Sizzled Core


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