Athan (Azan) allows you to hear automatic Athan (Azan) five times a day at the appropriate prayer times. Many beautiful Athan (Azan, Adhan) sounds, as well as the most accurate prayer timings, Qiblah direction, Hijri Islamic Calendar, and many beautiful Athan (Azan, Adhan) sounds.
Review by Athan
Athan is the solution to everyone who doubts that contemporary technology and ancient traditions can coexist.
The software accomplishes a simple task in a timely and effective manner. The user merely enters their location from a list of more than six million cities and towns throughout the world, and the programme calculates the right times for the five daily calls to prayer, which are based on sunset and dawn times.
The software then plays audio of the Athan, or call to prayer, at the right times, just as it would if the user were close or in a mosque. The software also analyses the user’s location and determines the Qiblah: the correct direction to point so that the user can face Mecca as required during prayers.
It offers a variety of prayers and allows the user to select different voices to recite the call to prayer at various times of the day. The software may also print out scheduled prayer times up to a month in advance for users who will be away from their computers. A useful converter for altering dates between the Hijri and Gregorian calendars is also included. It isn’t a particularly attractive interface, but it is functional and straightforward to use.
- It’s really easy to use, and it only uses a small number of system resources.
- For some people, it may feel a touch clinical.
A successful way to combine technology and tradition, allowing the information age to assist faith.
4.5 Athan Description provided by the publisher
Athan (Azan) program allows you to hear automatic Athan (Azan) five times a day at the appropriate prayer times.
- At every prayer hour, there is an automatic Athan (Azan).
- More than 6 million cities have prayer hours.
- Arabic, English, French, Russian, and Spanish are all available as interface languages.
- Calendars of Hijri and Gregorian.
- Makkah, Madina, and Alaqsa’s Athan (Azan).
- Egypt’s Athan (Azan), Lebanon’s Azan, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Azan, Pakistan’s Yusuf Islam, and Egypt’s Athan (Azan)
- After Athan, Dua.
- Methods of calculating that are unique to you.
- Options for advanced users.
- Recitation of chosen Suras from the Quran, with the possibility to add more.
- At different prayer periods, use a different Athan reciter.
- Images from various Masjids rotate.
- The graphical representation of the Qiblah direction.
- Send Athan alerts to your local network’s users.
- Converting Hijri and Gregorian Dates
- Upgrade to the latest version for free