Kaluach Pro 4+

A Hebrew calendar

Ishmael Pazniak

    • $4.99


Kaluach Pro provides everything you need to navigate and explore a Hebrew calendar covering thousands of years, letting you easily convert Hebrew dates to the civil calendar and vice versa. It provides a comprehensive set of features, such as proper times for the observance of the Sabbath and other holidays, dates and times for Hebrew festivals and fasts, weekly Torah portions, daily Psalms, Molad times, and many more.

The application supports both automatic GPS-based location detection and manual on-map place selection. It permits the user to literally travel through any point in Hebrew time at any location in the world.

The software covers a wide range of years, starting from the year 359 CE (the year 4119 from the Creation of the World according to the Hebrew calendar) when the entire computed Hebrew calendar with a fixed intercalation cycle was introduced by Hillel b. R. Yehuda (according to a tradition, first mentioned by R. Hai Gaon). And it supports all available calculations up to the year 2333 CE (the year 6093 from the Creation of the World according to the Hebrew calendar) as that's an approximate last year for the sixth millennium, according to the Alphabet of Rabbi Akiva (Otiot de-Rabbi Akiva) Midrash.

Besides the daily Halachic times, the app also contains a detailed Hebrew year description section, festivals date range summary view, and some location-specific information corner.

What’s New

Version 1.04.10

- New Moon Times (also known as Molad) table view has been added to Festivals Summary section
- Time calculations for the small Mincha (also known as Mincha Ketana), Half of Mincha (also known as Plag haMincha), Candle Lighting, Nightfall and Shabbat Ends have been added to Settings (allowing the user to choose pre-defined/custom values for either degrees, or proportional hours/minutes, or ordinary hours/minutes)
- New mode (since dawn to nightfall) for daylight hours calculation has been added to Settings
- Date conversion view has been improved

App Privacy

The developer, Ishmael Pazniak, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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