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[Apps] Ramadan Applications from Nokia

Nokia has released some Ramadan-related content & application dedicated to Muslim users.

Whether it is checking the Qibla direction or listening to your favorite readings from the Quran or getting notifications of Solat times, Nokia has the apps for you. You can also really get into the mood of things with themes, wallpapers and ringtones for the season.

Check it out below:

 Prayer Times (Free) Prayer Times is a Muslim prayer time schedule which is automatically calculated based on GPS date. Users can choose mazhab, calculation method and how often the application will refresh its location via GPS in their settings menu.
Qibla Direction Enjoy the Qibla application with panorama technology which makes the user feel like they are inside a mosque. The application shows you the right Qibla direction based on the preselected country and city if not connected to a GPS. While connected to a GPS, the Qibla direction will be based on your current location.
International Solat Time (RM2) International Solat Time is a mobile application that calculates the solat times of the day for major international cities.
Quran Library S40 (FREE) Enjoy listening to the Quran from your mobile with well-known readers such as Abdel-basit Abdel Samad, Mohamed Gabriel, Mohamed Seddek and El- Menshawy. Just select your favorite reader and enjoy! Users can also add any surah to their favorites list.
Ramadan Sunrise (RM2) Celebrate Ramadan with this vibrant wallpaper as it will brighten up your phone and uplift you with images.
Mubarak AlShahr (RM2)
The Mubarak AlShahr theme gives joy and makes you feel the spiritual atmosphere of Ramadan with its attractive and harmonious colors.
La Elah Ela Allah (FREE)
Download this app to enjoy a wide list of Islamic ringtones.

The mobile applications above are available at Nokia Store and compatible with selected S40 and S60 Nokia phones.

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