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Jewish Cal is the most comprehensive Jewish and Hebrew calendar ever produced. Here are just some of  the features included: Holidays & events Events: See Jewish & Israeli events and holidays in a Secular (Gregorian), Jewish or Hebrew calendar view. Includes the Sefiras Ha’omer count. You can even add your own events such as a(…)

Jewish Almanac

The Jewish Almanac is a daily dose of inspirational Torah (usually an inspirational passage from the Talmud), snippets of each day’s important (and the occasional unimportant yet interesting) events on the Jewish and civil calendar, and Yahrzeits (Memorials). The original translations aim to be poetic and accessible: easy enough to understand after the first read(…)


Sacred Texts of Judaism is an anthology of Judaism’s most prominent religious works. This exciting collection brings together 35 texts of central importance to the Judaic religious tradition. Browse topics via the table of contents – or shake your iPhone/iPad/iPod to receive random wisdom from deep within the texts themselves. All texts have been optimized(…)

Pirkei Avot / Ethics of The Fathers

Pirkei Avot, conhecido em português como a Ética Dos Pais, é a base da ética judaica, passada de geração em geração, desde a entrega da Torá. O primeiro aplicativo judaico em português disponível em seu iPhone ou iPod touch.   . . Pirkei Avot (Hebrew: פרקי אבות‎), which translates to English as Chapters of the Fathers (because(…)

Shas in your pocket

Editor’s Note: The following article is reprinted from “The Jewish Star“, published: January 7, 2010 by Michael Orbach There have been a number of milestones in the history of making the Talmud more accessible to the common man: the first complete edition of the Talmud by Daniel Bomberg in the 16th century, the first Soncino(…)

Babylonian Talmud – Book 4 (Vols. VII. and VIII)

Translated by Michael L. Rodkinson This volume contains three tracts, in order to maintain some uniformity in the size of the volumes, 1 whereas in former issues one subject required three volumes and another one volume, while in two instances each of two volumes treated of two different subjects; viz., three volumes being devoted to(…)

Babylonian Talmud – Book 3 (Vols. V and VI)

Translated by Michael L. Rodkinson “This book contains Tract Sabbath, which discusses what can and cannot be done on the Jewish Holy day. This tract has a wealth of information on everyday Jewish life in late Classical times, including, for some reason, a great number of medical recipies. Because almost everything is done differently on(…)

Babylonian Talmud – Book 2 (Vols. III and IV)

Translated by Michael L. Rodkinson This Tract, virtually the third of the Sabbath series, treats of subjects similar to those discussed in the first two. The main point of. difference is, that most of the laws laid down in the preceding two volumes are founded on biblical behests, while those instituted in the present volume(…)

Babylonian Talmud – Book 1 (Vols. I and II)

Translated by Michael L. Rodkinson On this, the appearance of our latest literary undertaking, we deem a few explanatory remarks necessary. The brief outline of the origin of the Talmud that follows may suggest the thought that we have departed from the usual manner of dealing with the questions here discussed, the more so since(…)


Learn Mishna like never before. ENGLISH TRANSLATION iMishna is an amazing Torah application that weaves a comprehensive English translation. Thousands of hyperlinked footnotes have also been included for more detailed explanation. Most Masechtas have this feature and we will continue to add more with future free updates. AUDIO LECTURES iMishna features audio lectures for every(…)

iTalmud English Edition

ENGLISH TRANSLATION & SEARCH – A complete, searchable translation with thousands of footnotes, references and insights. AUDIO LECTURES – Daf Yomi lectures are fully integrated and 100% free. Choose from a selection of popular speakers (maggidei shiur) in a variety of languages, styles & skill levels. You can listen to a shiur/lecture on any daf(…)


iTalmud is the reason the iPhone was created” – A (very, very) happy user. ABOUT THE TALMUD The Talmud (or Gemara) is the supreme source-book of all Jewish Law and tradition. More than just a legal text, it is also a wellspring of ethical principles, and ultimately a guidebook to life. Its rigorous study has(…)