Quran Study Learn Word by Word 4+

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Motoread

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 647 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Understand, learn, and compare the Classical Arabic meaning of every word of every verse in the entire Quran in simple to understand modern English.

- A color coded word by word translation of every word of every verse
- A full translation of every verse
- A concordance of all occurrences of the Arabic word and its corresponding root throughout the Quran
- Commentary on meanings for each Arabic root
- Full search functionality Arabic/English verse, roots, meanings, and translation
- Flashcard and multiple-choice questions for each word in the Quran

How to get started with the app:

Top of the app: "Select" a Sura / Chapter (1 - 114) and corresponding verses of interest (0-286).

"Grid" tab will show you a translation of the verse for every word in a grid view for the selected range. Click on any word in the Grid tab to see the occurrence of that root throughout the entire Quran.

"Reader" tab will show you the full verse in Arabic along with its English translation.

"Flashcard" tab will generate flashcards for every word (sequentially by default) in the range selected. Tapping the card will show you the translation. Swipe cards to see the next word. Click the three-letter root at the top of the card to see every occurrence of that word and its root throughout the Quran.

"Multiple Choice" tab will generate multiple-choice questions for every word (sequentially by default) in the range selected. Tapping an answer will let you know if you selected the right translation. Swiping to the right will show you the next word on the list. Click the three-letter root at the top of the card to see every occurrence of that word and its root throughout the Quran.

"Color" tab: a color-coded word by word breakdown of each verse. Match the colors for any word between the English and Arabic to better understand the translation.

"Search" tab: search for any word or root (English or Arabic) in either the reader, root, or grid views.



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What’s New

Version 8.3

Minor UX/UI cleanup

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
647 Ratings

647 Ratings

One very good app!!! ,

Outstanding

Many years ago before the digital age I hired a university student in Cairo to help me learn the roots of the words in the Quran. Over a period of time that cost a great deal of money. I am so amazed that this app does that and more and is available at this price. It is the best app for Quranic study that I have ever come across. I believe you will find it very helpful.

the river ryan ,

I recommend you find another app

The app omits the last two verses of Surah 9–based on the teachings of Rashad Khalifa, an Egyptian American chemist who was murdered in Arizona in 1990. The developer intentionally removed the verses from the App and disputes the authenticity of the verses. There is no notice or warning from the developer to inform you that the developer decided to modify the original text of the Quran by omitting the last two verses of chapter 9. As a result, I can’t help but wonder what additional modifications to the original text were made by the developer. The footnote to Surah 98 verse 2 of this App identifies Rashad Khalifa as God’s last messenger. Rashad Khalifa purportedly taught That Muslims should not follow Hadith and Sunnah. This app is not consistent with main stream Islamic scholarship.

Izzy aka Isam ,

This Quran was made by a Quran only person, alterations from original and no hadith insights

So so sad. This would have been a great app. The Quran used in this is by a guy named Rashad Khalifa. He does not accept Hadith. HE EVEN REMOVED THE LAST TWO VERSUS OF CHAPTER 9. I am staying far away from this app for these reasons. Shame on them in my opinion for at-least not acknowledging this difference from mainstream in there description. Hey app developers, I highly recommend you double check your understanding of quran only bo hadith and see people like mohammed hijab or Adnan rashid debate this idea. It’s easily broken and obvious that it should be looked at (hadith). Research!

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