Zmanim app

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The hills of Beit El, Israel. Winter of 1977.  A group of senior students from Mercaz Harav Yeshiva, in Jerusalem, comes together to establish there a Yeshiva and the whole community.  As Jacob dreamt in Beit El:   “Behold the ladder is positioned on the ground, and its head reaches the heavens.”

The Beit El of today flourishes with its community. The core and the heart of the whole community is the Yeshiva which includes over 250 students.

Yeshiva has its own website with thousands of shiurim in the form of text, mp3 and video.  Arutz 7 Israel National Radio was created by the employees of Yeshiva. The radio broadcasts genuine Jewish programs and news bulletins every hour for the whole worldwide community to stay informed.

Just a few days ago, branded Yeshiva.org.il, app called Zmanim showed up on the market.

The app comes only in Hebrew and is typical of its kind i.e. gives sunrise and sunset times, hatzot and the start and the end of Shabbat and other holidays. Of course, there’s also information on Parsha for the week. The times given are for Jerusalem, Tel Aviv Haifa and Beer Sheva. There’s also an option to check out other time zones with Tapuz.co.il website which is a co-creator of  Zmanim app.

An interesting part of the app, the feature requires Internet access, is Halachot and Ask the Rabbi section.

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Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad

Category: News
Released: March 30, 2011
Publisher: Tapuz People Ltd.
Price: Free (get app)

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