iSalat uses the location and compass information provided by your iPhone to calculate Muslim salat / prayer times according to your preferred methodology. Because it calculates prayer times in real-time, there are NO annoying city databases required. You always get the exact right prayer time for your current location. It also calculates the direction of Qibla for your current location, including the ability to accurately show you the direction of Qibla simply by pointing your iPhone toward the sun, no compass and magnetic declination charts required to correctly find Qibla for your location!
Improved color contrast and updated to latest SDKs which will enable ads again.
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Why no updates?
Why no updates?
Need 3 Things!
This is one of the better Salat apps that I have gotten, but it really does need 3 things. 1) An email address that you can use to write to the developer about any issues, complaints, or improvements to the app. Currently there is none available, so we have to hope he reads these reviews. 2) Prayer alerts! The other app I have has prayer alerts that work when the phone is on and in sleep mode. This is very important to have on an app and is a must! 3) Hijri adjustment. This is also a must have as the dates can change from month to month and region to region. If these things are added it would be a 4 or 5 star app. Honorable mention goes out to the qibla locator function. I love the ability to choose between 3 methods. And as a bonus, the developer might want to change the background to something more colorful or give us the option to choose between several backgrounds.
Downgraded to Avoid Ads in New Version But They Are Still There
I love the iSalat app, the automatic salah timing calculations and qibla locater options but hate the new ads that come with the upgrade so I reverted to an earlier version. But the ads still appear now in version 1.1!
Rather disturbing to see a "Jesus loves you" ad when I checked the time of maghrib yesterday just before iftar. I'd love to support the developer but just gives us a paid app option and I'd gladly pay for the app to avoid the ads.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.