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Best Apps to Help You Celebrate Ramadan

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Tech Editor
Updated: 16 May 2017
Technology can help us in all aspects of our lives, even spiritual. For those observing Ramadan, apps can play a crucial role in reminding you when to fast, when to pray, and when to be thankful. Here are some of the best apps to help you enjoy the holy month of fasting, introspection, and prayer.

Muslim Pro – Ramadan 2017

Claiming to be most popular Muslim app in the world, Muslim Pro certainly packs a lot of features. The app will tell you when fasting times are during Ramadan, and gives you accurate prayer times based on your location.

Muslim Pro will also tell you the nearest Halal restaurants and mosques to your location, and has audio recitations of the Holy Quran.

A screenshot of Muslim Pro – Ramadan 2017
A screenshot of Muslim Pro – Ramadan 2017 | Courtesy of Muslim Pro

Zabihah

When you’re fasting all day, you want to get some decent food when the sun goes down. Zabihah will help direct you to the best Halal food to break your fast with. The app claims to be the birthplace of the Halal foodie movement, and offers halal food listings and reviews all over the world.

The Zabinah app
The Zabinah app | Courtesy Zabinah

Ramadan Legacy 2017

Ramadan Legacy aims to give Muslims the tools they need to make spiritual changes to their lives and fulfill their Ramadan goals. Users are able to record key data such as number of days fasted, daily prayers, reading the Qu’ran, and more.

“So far we have supported over 210,000 Muslims to help fulfill their worshiping duties, learn about Islam and connect with other Muslims around the world,” the app’s website reads.

Ramadan Legacy screenshots
Ramadan Legacy screenshots | Courtesy Ramadan Legacy

MyFitnessPal

Fasting is an integral part of Ramadan. Health experts disagree on how good or bad fasting may be for your body, so many people opt to use a calorie counter or fitness tracker to monitor their nutritional intake. MyFitnessPal is one of the more popular apps out there.

Ramadan 2017

Ramadan 2017 is another app helping people get organized during the Holy Month. The app has prayer times for over 6 million cities, according to the website, making it ideal for anyone traveling during Ramadan.

Ramadan 2017 screenshot
Ramadan 2017 screenshot | Courtesy Ramadan 2017