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Biblical Units Conversions

When studying original Jewish texts you will constantly come across units of measurement, which are no longer in current usage. In financial transactions they might be measured in kikars, dinars, perutahs etc, in other measurements you might come across a Beit Seah, a Beit Kav, a gris, an adasha or a tefach and in time-related(…)

Talmud Keys (update)

The Talmud students can now enjoy an updated version of  Talmud Keys 1.1 –  Hebrew-English dictionary by Davka. The updated version offers some new features such as: adding additional Hebrew-Aramaic words, utilizing right-to-left text entry for Hebrew, and standard left-to-right text entry for English translation. Thanks to the new features the whole product becomes more(…)

Kol HaLashon Kiosk for iPhone

The Kol Haloshon network allows you to listen to thousands of shiurim over the telephone. They have a huge range of shiurim available. The first shiur, 5 years ago, was given by Rav Mordechai Silber of  Congregation Toldos Yehuda of  Stutchin.  Since then more than 150 maggidei shiurim have recorded their shiurim Live or have(…)

Talmud Bavli

Talmud Bavli with Rashi on your iPhone. You can learn Gemara with Rashi in split screen mode, or full screen Gemara, or full screen Rashi. You can make search on the Gemara text and Rashi as well. כעת ניתן ללמוד גמרא עם רש”י על האייפון. כל המסכתות בקובץ אחד גדול. אפשר ללמוד גמרא עם רש”י(…)

Talmud Keys (app)

Talmud Keys is an app for beginning Talmud students. Includes more than 500 of the most common Hebrew-Aramaic words, expressions, and abbreviations used in the Talmud, complete with English translation, in an easy-to-use, scrollable dictionary format. The Talmud, one of the central texts of Jewish law, is written in an esoteric combination of Hebrew and(…)

Daily Study

Learn all Hok Le’Israel on your iPhone, including Tanach, Mishna, Gemara, Zohar, Halacha, Musar, for every day in the week. Text with comentary. ללמוד חוק לישראל על האייפון, כולל תורה , נביאים, כתובים, משנה, גמרא, זוהר, הלכה, מוסר. של כל חמשה חומשי תורה, עבור כל ימי השבוע. והכל בצורה יפה ומאירת עינים. Compatible with iPhone,(…)

Yalkut Yosef

You can learn Halacha on the way. This app contains all  Kitzur Shulchan Aruch of  Yalkut Yosef. Yalkut Yosef (in Hebrew “Collation of  ~the works of Ovadia~  Yosef”) is an authoritative, contemporary work   of  Halacha, providing a detailed explanation of the Shulchan Aruch as based on the halachic rulings of the former Rishon LeTzion Rav Ovadia Yosef. It was written by(…)

Rashei Tevot (Hebrew Abbreviations)

How many times You have been studying Torah and it was difficult to go on because You didn’t know the meaning of an abbreviation? With this app, that contains +1500 Hebrew abbreviations about Mishnah, Talmud, Chasidut and Torah/Judaism in general, it’s over! To perform search, you must enable Hebrew Keyboard in iPhone Settings (Settings >(…)

Mishna & Talmud iPad Edition

If you have no an iPad, here is the reason to get one:  incredible applications created by Crowded Road – iMishna and iTalmud iPad Edition. iMishna takes advantage of the iPad display and offers stunning high-definition graphics and interfaces to make learning the Mishna an even more pleasurable experience in both portrait and landscape modes.(…)


The Shulchan Aruch (literally: “Set Table”) is acodification, or written manual, of halacha (Jewish law), composed by Rabbi Yosef Karo in the 16th century. Together with its commentaries, it is generally considered the most widely accepted and authoritative compilation of halacha since the Mishneh Torah. Mishnah Berurah (Hebrew: “Clarified Teaching”‎, a reference to the portion in Deuteronomy where Israel is commanded(…)

Daf Yomi

Daf Yomi – “page [of the] day” or “daily folio” – is a daily regimen undertaken to study the Babylonian Talmud one folio (a daf consists of  both sides of the page) each day. Under this regimen, the entire Talmud would be completed, one day at a time, in a cycle of seven and a(…)

Jastrow Dictionary for iPhone

Do you know who it was Marcus Jastrow? I’m sure the answer is: yes, of course. He was a renowned Talmudic scholar, most famously known for his authorship of the popular and comprehensive A Dictionary of the Targumim, Talmud Babli, Talmud Yerushalmi and Midrashic Literature. Jastrow Dictionary of the Talmud is the only book by a non(…)

40,000 seforim in 1 iPhone

Hebrewbooks.org was founded in order to preserve old American Hebrew books that are out of print and/or circulation.  Many American  Rabbis wrote seforim (Hebrew books) in the early part of the 20th century. They have long since passed away and in many instances so has their holy work. Currently Hebrewbooks.org’s mission has expanded to include(…)

Sefer ha-Khuzari

Judah Hallevi’s Kitab al Khazari translated by Hartwig Hirschfeld – this work was originally written in Arabic. (Kitab al-Ḥujjah wal-Dalil fi Nuṣr al-Din al-Dhalil, كتاب الحجة و الدليل في نصرة الدين الذليل (known in the Hebrew translation of Judah ibn Tibbon by the title Sefer ha-Kuzari) A classic of  Medieval Jewish philosophy,  set in a legendary (but historical) central(…)

Moreh Nevuchim

The Guide for the Perplexed (Hebrew: מורה נבוכים, translit.  Moreh Nevuchim,  Arabic: ‎dalālatul ḥā’irīn دلالة الحائرين)  is one of  the major works of  Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon, better known as Maimonides or  Rambam. It was written in the 12th century in the form of a three-volume letter to his student,  Rabbi Joseph ben Judah of  Ceuta, the son of  Rabbi  Judah,(…)