Jewish Calendar - CalJ 4+

Shabbat Times & More

Gabriel Zerbib

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 80 Ratings
    • Free



Jewish Calendar

- Jewish to secular date conversion and vice-versa
- Dates of the holidays and events, for any year
- Parasha of the week
- Rosh Chodesh
- Shabbat times
- Everyday zmanim
- Birkat haMazon, Kaddish, Hashkabot, Tehilim, Mincha, Arvit, Tefilat haDerech, Borei Nefashot
- Birthdays and Azcarot/Yahrzeits
- Zmanim Reminders
- Sefirat ha'Omer
- Jerusalem Compass

What’s New

Version 4.27.2

- Fixed a crash on certain devices

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
80 Ratings

80 Ratings

eli horowitz ,

How can anyone complain about this AMAZING free app?

This app is like Costco .it beats the others before they even step into the competition.
It’s sets up everything so beautifully for me it tells what’s the upcoming zman and HIGHLIGHTS it so I can see clearly and quickly.
Even more amazing is the feature that when it’s Rosh Chodesh and your benching it puts in the additional parts for you and highlights them so you should remember to say.
I envy your schar for making this app!!!
May you merit to make many more of these and multiply your schar even more!

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for your kind words!
I hope to continue adding many new features, אי"ה.

BenFDC ,

Wonderful app; stellar developer

CalJ does everything one could ask of it plus things one might never think to ask. But better than the app is the developer. I wrote that a Halacha setting for Mincha Gedola did not seem to be working and received back a prompt, polite, and lucid reply explaining the purpose and effect of the setting, which I had not fully understood. Such responsiveness goes above and beyond anything a user could reasonably expect!

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for your words!

oversmart ,

Great, just one request which will help 1000's

I love this app especially since the added possibility of manually selecting location.
That said it would be even better if you can add the ability to set the Halacha according to what 1000's of chassidim hold. Which is we count hadlakat hanerot=15 mins before sunset, and Leila derabbenu tam=72 standard mins after shkia (not seasonal mins).
Thanks again for a great app.

Developer Response ,

Thank you very much. Please reach me by email regarding your request, and I will try by best. Thanks! Shana tova.

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