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(…)

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,(…)

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(…)

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(…)

Get Reminders To Count The Omer, Daily Meditations In Free Jewish App With Prayer Trainer [iPhone, Android]

Get Omer reminders, Omer blessings, daily meditations and more in new Jewish app created by team. Never miss counting the Omer with up to three smart daily reminders. Keep track of your count with the Omer Count Log. See how much time remains for each day’s count.  Add meaning to your Omer count with daily meditations.(…)

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,(…)

Ultimate Omer 2 – The Sefira App You Can Count On

The Omer is counted from the second night of  Passover through the night before Shavuot. It is best to count the Omer at nightfall, immediately after the evening prayer. Ultimate Omer 2 is a Sefirat Ha’Omer Jewish app for iOS created by Moshe Berman (more his apps here). It includes the texts of related blessings and prayers for counting the(…)

Kaparot App For The Eve Of Yom Kippur [iPhone App]

Tefilat Kaparot is a Jewish ritual practiced by some Jews on the eve of Yom Kippur. The person swings a live chicken or a bundle of coins over one’s head three times, symbolically transferring one’s sins to the chicken or coins. The chicken is then slaughtered and donated to the poor for consumption at the pre-fast meal. In this application you’ll find(…)

High Holiday Highlights For iPhone By Cantor Emanuel Perlman

The High Holiday Season is a consecrated time. A time designated for personal reflection, spiritual growth, seeking forgiveness, and examining shortcomings through intense and focused praying. Cantor Emanuel Perlman opens a musical doorway, unlocking the time-honored liturgy designed to purify our hearts and souls, and renew our commitment to G-d. Rabbi Moshe Shualy asks informational and(…)

Selichot For iPhone According To The Nusach Sephardi

In the Sephardic tradition, Selichot are said beginning with the month of Elul (1st day of Rosh Chodesh Elul this year August 16) , through Yom Kippur to help worshipers direct their hearts and minds to the process of teshuvah, repentance. At the Selichot service, worshipers begin to examine their deeds of the past year,(…)

Smartphone Can Help You Learn How, When and Why To Say Kaddish [iOS And Android Devices]

Reciting Kaddish is one of the greatest gifts you can give to your departed loved one. You may discover it also to be integral to your mourning and healing process. However, saying Kaddish can be daunting, for those experiencing a loss for the first time and have not had to say Kaddish before. Kaddish Assistant,(…)

Simplify Jewish Life Using Smart Technology – Siddur: The Newest Jewish App On Your Apple Watch

RustyBrick has just released Apple Watch app for the iOS Siddur. The Apple Watch app has tons of features aimed at making Jewish life just a bit easier. The RustyBrick’s goal is to give observant Jews easy access to common prayers, important times, a glance at the Jewish calendar and access to find nearby synagogues.(…)

Send A Prayer To The Western Wall And It Will Be Placed In Between The Stones

@TheKotel app  is your direct channel to the Almighty G-d. With it you can easily and quickly send a prayer to the Western Wall (also known as “The Kotel“ or the “Wailing Wall” ) and it will be placed in between the stones. Your faith or geographical location does not matter – Holy Jerusalem is(…)

Zmanim App For iPhone And Apple Watch – Jewish Apps By Moshe Berman

Ultimate Zmanim is the premiere zmanim app for iOS, now with even more features. Ultimate Zmanim calculates zmanim using your GPS, so you don’t need an internet connection to use it. There’s also a rich location picker, so you don’t have to be online to set it up. Ultimate Zmanim doesn’t stop with the daily(…)

iKaddish By Davka For Apple Devices Teaches The Recitation Of The Mourner’s Kaddish

Kaddish is a traditional Jewish prayer that is said daily with a quorum of at least ten Jewish males who are over the age of thirteen.  The word Kaddish means sanctification, and the prayer is a sanctification of G-d’s name. The mourner stands and says the Kaddish while the quorum responds in unison with the appropriate phrase .(…)