Ultimate Zmanim is the premiere zmanim app for iOS, now on macOS!
- GPS based calculations
- Calendrical information including shabbat candle lighting times, weekly parasha, chagim, and daf yomi
- Daily reminders, scheduled based on zmanim
- Beautiful printouts for your shul's bimah or your fridge
- Over 100 calculations to customize according to
- Companion watch app, featuring complications
- Today widget in Notification Center
- Intuitive timeline navigation
- Force touch shortcuts to quickly access alarms, location settings, and more
- Split-screen multitasking support on iPad
- Native to watchOS, so it's faster than ever
- Expanded complications, with Time Travel support
- Tap a zman for a detailed explanation of the calculation
- Force touch menu options, including one to reload your location
Ultimate Zmanim calculates zmanim using your GPS for maximum accuracy. There's also a rich location picker, so you don't have to be online to set it up. Ultimate Zmanim always works, even when there's no internet.
Ultimate Zmanim doesn't stop with the daily zmanim - it also lists chagim, the weekly parasha for both in Israel and out, candle lighting times, and daf yomi. Today's zmanim fade out as they pass, so you can tell what's next at a glance.
Ultimate Zmanim also runs on Apple Watch, so you can get notifications, and information about the next upcoming zman right on your watch.
With Zmanim Alarms, Ultimate Zmanim can remind you of important zmanim throughout the day. Shema, t'fila, and weekly candle lighting are all covered.
Ultimate Zmanim supports printing of the daily Zmanim via AirPrint. You can use this to hang them up in public places, such as your shul, school, or mikveh.
You can look up zmanim for any day by tapping on the timeline or the Hebrew date to show a date picker. Tap again to hide it. You can also drag in either direction for convenient access to the previous or next day.
The timeline also supports both the Hebrew and Gregorian calendars. Open the date picker to switch between them. Ultimate Zmanim will remember your selection across app launches.
Ultimate Zmanim has been a long time in the making, and I hope you enjoy using it as much as I enjoyed building it!
What users from the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom are saying:
"Best zmanim app out there, gorgeous and intuitive, thanks!!" - tzviki123
"This is my favorite Zmanim app. It's got a beautiful design and the widget is also super helpful. Keep up the great work!" - Bmw1821
"This app nails the difficult challenge of making spiritual software. I love going through my day knowing that my phone will alert me to all the ritually important times." - portal keeper
"Great presentation of halachic zmanim with really nice apple watch interface" - Paul Claman
"I live in England and I carry it around with me where ever I go. It's got all the info you need including what day of daf hayomi it is.... 5*****" - Rubi roxx
Ratings and Reviews
Why can't we add birthdays, etc.?
I'm very pleased with the way Zmanim is accurate and works with my iPhone calendar.
However, I find it difficult to always have to add the Jewish dates for birthdays, yahrtzeits, anniversaries, etc. to my calendar when, with just a little modification, I could choose a date and enter a title for that day. I don't mind adding it for each year. But I bought the Premium hoping for this feature. Instead, I can choose from a number of different halachic times I want added to the call. I understand that this is a necessary and useful feature for some people.
However, for just us amaei ha'aretz, the ability to pin certain dates and title them is much more useful.
Please add this feature!
Developer Response ,
This is a very common feature request, so I'll prioritize it, bli neder.
Thanks for using Ultimate Zmanim & have a Ksiva Vachasima Tova.
I really love this app and it is VERY useful to me. I love the fact that is well maintained and has a clean-looking UI.
As I frequently daven early I would like to suggest another time for Misheyakir (which I believe is the earliest time to put on Tallit and Tefillin) which according to the Yalkut Yosef can be at earliest 12 min after Dawn (or 1 hour before sunrise), or if in a great rush, then 6 min after Dawn.
Source: Yakut Yosef English Edition Tefillin Siman 30, the first Halacha.
Thank you so much anyways for all that you have already done for this app.
I have many more suggestions (mostly design-wise like improving the dark mode a bit and maybe updating the world map to use MapKit to look a bit more up to date) but I think this is enough for now.
However once you need more feedback just give me an easier way to contact you and I’ll try my best to give great suggestions 😁.
Thank you again
I got this to help determine the Sabbath times, before and after Sabbath. I'm not "Jewish" enough to understand all the various zmanim prayers and times, let alone know any Hebrew to speak of or read (so I know "Mazel Tov" "Shabbat Shalom" a few basics like that.). But for a Messianic Christian Fundamentalist type perspective, this app works for what I wanted. It's been around since 2012 I guess. Gotta keep it up high in the ratings though!! I likely won't get the premium any time soon... some of those features are a bit beyond my needs! Thanks!!
Developer Response ,
Glad to see this app inspiring people.
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- Moshe Berman
- 2.3 MB
- Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 14.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- © Moshe Berman
- In-App Purchases
- Premium Pack $2.99