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Read the Qu’ran While on the Move
Due to being some of the most-read books in the world, applications that allow you to read religious texts on your mobile phone are becoming increasingly popular. One of the most recent electronic conversions is Quran for WM by XDA member kopraljono, which grants the user access to the Islamic Holy book while on the move.
The developer promises the application to be finger-friendly (it is designed for use on large touch screen devices) with support for several languages. There are also search and zoom features, along with night mode when you don’t want to disturb others. Quran for WM will even read out verses for you to listen to.
The final addition to the application is a special mode intended to help you to memorise the texts yourself.
If you are interested in using the program, you can find it in the application thread.
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