Perfect for going over any portion of the Torah reading. Choose a Parsha including double Parshiot and start practicing right away. Makes practicing much easier on the go.
The traditional Tikkun Korim places the 'Chumash' text on the right and the 'Torah' text on the left. This project was made with mobile one handed use on small screened devices in mind, that's why we came up with a simple way to get the most out of the small screen, by simply tapping to remove the Trop and Nikkud.
תיקון קוראים לחמשה חומשי תורה
- Select a Chumash then a Parsha then an Aliya.
- Tap the text to switch from with Nikkud and Trop/Taamim/Simanim to without. And vice versa.
- Tap the back button on the top of the screen to go to the previous menu.
- Tap the 'Home' icon to start from the beginning.
- Quickly switch from one Aliya to the next by tapping the arrows on the top left
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This is extremely useful for leyning.
One tap anywhere on the screen will toggle the vowels/troup on and off. The spacing is identical with and without vowels, so the text doesn't shift when you toggle.
Arrows on the top left let you switch directly between aliyahs.
Requests: bookmarks and perek/pasuk numbers
Fantastic app with great features for a Ba’al Koreh like myself.
Some suggestions: Please try to mark emphasis on specific letters that are supposed to sound emphasized. Also a list of Ta’amim for beginners along with perakim and pesukim numbers would be great.
Regardless, this app is great for me and I’d highly recommend it to any reader.
I just started using this yesterday and I love it. I even had trouble using my regular tikkun after this. My favorite feature is the tap screen to bring up nekudos or take them away.
The developer, Shersheial Borisute, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.