Muslims Prayer Time Reminder
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What is Muslims Prayer Time Reminder?
Muslims Prayer Time Reminder is a software program in Arabic that provides the user with a tool to remember prayer times for the day. The program functions like an alarm clock, in that it can be set to ring (or play Azan, the Muslim prayer call) five times within the day, at intervals determined by the user’s prayer schedule.
The program is categorized as religious software, and apart from reminding Muslims about their prayer times, it also reminds them to mention the name of Allah. It can play Azan (Athan) in different voices, allowing the user to assign a different Athan for each prayer time for the day. The time format can also be set, whether it is a 12-hour format or the 24-hour format.
Other than serving as a reminder utility, the user can also utilize the program for live radio streaming via the Internet. There is a computer icon on the interface for connecting the program to the Internet. Volume control is also available, so the user can set the loudness/softness of the alarm.
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Last updated: : March 9, 2013