Practice For Purim’s Megillah Reading With Tikkun Korim, Megillah Android App

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The Scroll of Esther,  Megillat Esther,  is chanted in the synagogue on the eve of Purim and again the next morning. The Book of Esther is chanted according to a special cantillation used only in the reading of the Book of Esther, but if no one is present who knows this cantillation, it may be read without the cantillation, as long as it is read correctly. Megillat Esther may be read even in the local language outside of Israel. In practice, however, the usual custom is to chant the Megillah from the scroll in its original Hebrew.

You can practice for Purim’s Megillah reading with Android powered devices

  • Tap the text to switch from with Nikkud and Trop (Taamim/Simanim) to plain text. And vice-versa.
  • Zoom in and out with the provided controls.
  • Change the Perek using the “Choose Perek” drop-down menu.

(Photo: Robert Pass)

App: Tikkun Korim, Megillah by Sharshi Borisute

 

Released: September 18, 2013
Size: 293k
Price: Free (Google Play Link)

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