Daf Yomi

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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 half years.

The novel idea of Jews in all corners of the globe to participate in completing together the entire Talmud, was put forth at the First World Congress of the World Agudath Israel in Vienna in 1923 by Rabbi Meir Shapiro. On the first day of Rosh Hashanah 1923 (5684 on the Hebrew calendar) the first cycle began. To strengthen this idea, the Gerrer Rebbe, Rabbi Avraham Mordechai Alter, learned the first daf  (folio) of  Berakhot in public on that day.

Daf Yomi now on your iPhone and iPod Touch!

What this app do?

– Download and watch the Daf Yomi on your device.
– scroll, Zoom in/out to better see the page.
– move to next/previous page.
– No need for wifi after you downloaded the page to your device.

הדף היומי – עכשיו באייפון ובאייפוד שלך.

אפשרויות:
הצגת הדף היומי העדכני בצורת הדף המקורית.
גלילה,הגדלה והקטנה של העמוד.
מעבר עמודים, קדימה ואחורה.
לאחר הורדת הדף היומי, הדף נשאר על המכשיר ואין צורך בחיבור לאינטרנט.

Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

Category: Reference
Released: October 01, 2010
Publisher: Eliav Moshe © TheMoshes.com
Price: $0.99 (buy app)

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