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(…)

Digital Yom Kippur [Almost Entire Service In Mp3]

Yom Kippur is the holiest day in Jewish calendar.  Its central themes are atonement and repentance. Jews observe this day with a 25-hour period of fasting and intensive prayer, spending most of the day in synagogue services. Yom Kippur completes the High Holy Days. G-d inscribes each person’s fate for the coming year into a Book(…)

Free Special Chai Elul Issue Of Just Jew It – All About The Month of Elul And Iran Deal‬

“Israel’s welfare is in the best interest of the United States, because Israel is the front line against the Arabs. The Arabs are against the United States no less than they are against Israel — and perhaps even more so! And it is imperative that there be a strong Israel in order to inhibit the(…)

You Don’t Have To Be Kosher To Love Kosher – ‘Joy Of Kosher Magazine’ High Holidays Issue Available For iPad

Whether you keep kosher or are just kosher-curious, JoyofKosher.com, starring best-selling cookbook author Jamie Geller, is the ultimate online community for people with good taste who are passionate about food. JoyofKosher.com features thousands of gourmet and everyday kosher recipes searchable by category (dairy, meat or pareve), cuisine, course, and/or holiday, plus cooking tips and tricks(…)

What The iPhone and Rosh Hashanah Have In Common [Video]

Rosh HaShanah is the Jewish New Year and like most Jewish holidays there are food customs associated with it. One of the most known food customs on Rosh HaShanah has to do with dipping apple into honey. We dip apple into honey and say a prayer asking G-d for a sweet New Year. There are three steps to(…)

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(…)

Rosh Hashanah App For Kids By Corky Portwine

“Rosh Hashanah – The Jewish New Year” is an educational app for kids. It’s an educational book app to teach children about the holiday. The app teaches about Rosh Hashanah customs, lets kids hear the shofar. “Rosh Hashanah – The Jewish New Year” app also includes a dozen greeting cards that can be emailed to family and(…)

Learn The Meaning Of Rosh Hashana With Animated Rabbi Shalom [iOS App]

Animated Rabbi Shalom will teach you the Seder of Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year).  Tap the Rabbi Shalom icon and start the Rosh Hashana lessons. Tap on each of the food icons, and discover paintings created by Sandrine Kespi, Israeli artist. Learning specialist, Sandrine Kespi taught Hebrew reading in Paris for 30 years. Today, she(…)

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,(…)

Jewish Wedding Planner For iPhone

APP   The Jewish Wedding Planner app contains, as developer claims, everything you need to plan the Jewish wedding of your dreams. The Jewish Wedding Planner curates in app and online resources for: checklists, registry, Jewish etiquette and advice from wedding professionals, highly touted vendor recommendations, bridal craft tutorials, wholesale décor, seating charts and more. App(…)

Fun, Inspirational And Educational Torah App For Children [iPhone, iPad, Android Devices]

 APP  Finally, a fun, inspirational and educational Torah app for children. This new Jewish app brings weekly Torah stories to your children and Jewish students. Every weekly Torah portion is filled with full color drawings and rich audio portraying these beautiful stories. Children can even participate in the stories through the built-in coloring pages to bring(…)

Hasidic Village Makes Parents Choose: Childrens Education Or Smartphone

 TECH  Most schools forbid the use of cellphones by students during class, but in the Hasidic Jewish village of Kiryas Joel, New York, it’s the parents who are being required to power down. At the end of July, a notice was sent to families in the haredi Orthodox community about 50-miles northwest of New York(…)

Mobile App With A Daily Mitzvah Lessons In Maimonides’ Sefer HaMitzvos

 APP  Study the Daily Mitzvah with Rabbi Mendel Kaplan while reading along in English or Hebrew.  Choose a date on the Civil or Jewish Calendar, or go straight to today’s Mitzvah. Join Rabbi Mendel  Kaplan as he explores the daily lesson in Maimonides’ Sefer HaMitzvos following the daily study cycle. You’ll complete all 613 commandments(…)

Daily Torah Study App For Android

 APP  Daily Torah Study Jewish app gives you easy access to daily Torah lessons from Chabad.org. Lessons include: Chumash with Rashi Rashi’s commentary is an indispensable part of a person’s daily studies. His explanation of Chumash, the first five books of the Torah, clarifies the “simple” meaning of the text so that a bright child(…)

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,(…)