Jewish-Themed Stickers For iMessage [iPhone App]

Liven up your iMessage texts with Davka Shtickers, featuring over 90 fun and funky Jewish-themed stickers for iMessage. Davka Shtickers is ideal for Holiday and Shabbat greetings and celebrations, perfect for sending congratulations and messages to family and friends or just for fun. App: Davka Shtickers by Davka Corporation Compatible: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad (iOS(…)

Jewish Apps For High Holidays

Tishrei is sanctified with more commands and festivals than any other month. Commencing with Rosh Hashanah, which begins the Yamim Noraim (Days of Awe) or Asseret Yemei Teshuva (Ten Days of Repentance) which are conclude with the holiday of  Yom Kippur, through  Sukkot and  Hoshanah Rabbah,  Shemini Atzeret and  Simchat Torah. These holidays celebrated in the Hebrew month of  Tishrei are among the most(…)

Rabbi Shalom Teaches Your Kids Hebrew, Berachot and Kiddush Of Rosh Hashanah (3 Apps)

Rabbi Shalom is a funny Rabbi. He will help you to find ways to keep your kids interested in  Jewish tradition and basic Hebrew. App “Learning Brachot” – Tap the Microphone icon and talk to Rabbi Shalom, he will repeat everything you say. Tap the Grape icon, the Rebbe takes his Kiddush glass and does the prayer for the grape(…)

Wake Up World: An Interactive Rosh Hashanah Story For The Jewish New Year [iOS And Android]

Celebrate Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year, by blowing the shofar to wake up toys, animals and parents in this interactive story full of surprises. Children and parents will delight in actually blowing into their devices to sound the shofar and bring the story to life  in  colorful  animations  created  by  G-dcast. “Wake Up World”(…)

Rosh Hashanah Prayers In Mp3 – Brush Up On A Tune

In liturgy Rosh Hashanah is described as “the day of judgment” (Yom ha-Din) and “the day of remembrance” (Yom ha-Zikkaron).  Some midrashim depict G-d as sitting upon a throne, while books containing the deeds of all humanity are opened for review, and each person passing in front of Him for evaluation of his or her deeds. The Talmud provides the(…)

Free High Holiday Guide For iPhone – From Rosh Hashanah To Simchat Torah

It’s no accident that, in one way or another, virtually every Jew participates in the holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. The significance of the Festivals of the Hebrew month of Tishrei are so profound as to affect every Jewish soul, regardless of one’s degree of knowledge or commitment to Judaism. Tishrei is the(…)

This Saturday Night, After Midnight Ashkenazim Begin Recitation Of Selichos [iOS App]

In the Sephardic tradition, Selichot on the second day of the month of Elul and recite  Selichot  throughout  the  entire Elul (Selichot for iPhone according to the nusach Sephardi). In the  Ashkenazic tradition, it begins on the Saturday  night  before Rosh  Hashanah. This Saturday night, after midnight, or in the early hours of the morning,(…)

Few iPhone Apps That Imitate The Sound Of The Shofar

Shofar is used mainly on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.  It is blown in synagogues to mark the end of the fast at Yom Kippur,  and blown at  four particular occasions in the prayers on Rosh Hashanah.  Because of  its inherent ties to the Days of Repentance and the inspiration that comes along with hearing its piercing blasts,  the shofar(…)

Listen To The Shofar Sounds Right On Your iPhone

You can listen to the Shofar sounds right on your iPhone or iPod Touch with this just updated little Jewish app. Click on the Shofar sound you want to hear, i.e. Tekiah, Shevarim, Teruah or Tekiah Gedolah and listen to a recording of  a Tokea (Shofar blaster). Important: To hear the sound, you must have(…)

Play All The Tones Of A Real Shofar Just By Blowing Into Your iPhone’s Microphone

With iShofar you can play all the tones of a real shofar: tekiah, teruah, and shevarim, just by blowing in to your device’s microphone or tapping the screen. To play a tekiah, position your iPhone so the mouth piece of the shofar is close to your mouth and lightly blow into the microphone or hold(…)

Shofar For Kids App Introduces Young Kids To The Rosh Hashana Holiday

As parents to a young child, you may not always know how to explain what the Shofar is and why it is blown during Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. ‘Shofar 4 Kidz’ takes that worry right out of your hands and explains the meanings of the Shofar in a rhyming format made specifically for kids.(…)

Prayers of Repentance – Selichot For iPhone According To The Nusach Sephardi

In the  Sephardic tradition,  Selichot  are said beginning with the month of  Elul (Rosh Chodesh Elul this year sunset September 3, 2016 – nightfall September 4, 2016), through  Yom Kippur to help worshippers direct their hearts and minds to the process of teshuvah, repentance.   At  the  Selichot service, worshippers begin to examine  their  deeds of the(…)

Jewish App “Shavuos Guide” Includes Recipes, Customs, Thoughts

The Torah was given by G‑dto the Jewish people on Mount Sinai more than 3300 years ago. Every year on the holiday of Shavuot we renew our acceptance of G‑d’s gift and G‑d “re-gives” the Torah. The word Shavuot means “weeks.” It marks the completion of the seven week counting period between Passover and Shavuot. The giving of the Torah was(…)

Don’t Just Count The Days Of The Omer – Make The Days Count [Sefiros Grow iOS App]

Throughout the world, young and old alike enjoy the festive bonfires of  Lag B’Omer and the delicious cheesecake of  Shavuot. That said, we need to perform the act of Sefiras HaOmer, counting the Omer (all the way from the holiday of Passover to Shavuot), to reach these dates. And yet, understanding the mechanics and spiritual significance of(…)

Free Sefirat HaOmer App By RustyBrick For iPhone And Android

Count the Omer  with the aid of this mobile app. The application will show you the correct day of omer, including the brachot before and after the specific day. The prayer should be said after nightfall, typically about thirty minutes after sundown or following the Maariv prayer. App: Sefirat HaOmer – סדר ספירת העמר by RustyBrick,(…)