YUTorah 4+

YU Office of Alumni Affairs

Designed for iPad

    • 3.7 • 50 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

The YUTorah® App is made possible by Adina Katz in loving memory of her husband Marcos Katz z"l and is a project of Yeshiva University's Center for the Jewish Future. It offers more than 180,000 Torah shiurim and articles from over 2,000 speakers, including YU Roshei Yeshiva, faculty, staff and other Torah luminaries from hundreds of synagogues, yeshivot, seminaries and schools from around the world. Enjoy your favorite content from the Marcos and Adina Katz YUTorah site with great new features:

- Download and save Shiurim for offline learning

- Adjust audio speed

- Personalize to see your favorite speakers, venues and series

- Stop a shiur and come back to the same spot when you start again

- Easy to browse listings, customized to help you find what you want as easily as possible.

The opinions and views expressed are solely those of the author or lecturer and should not be attributed to Yeshiva University.

What’s New

Version 2.2.1

Display change for older devices
iOS 15 update

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
50 Ratings

50 Ratings

pentium98 ,

Unable to login on the app

I have been having difficulty logging in on my phone for the last few days, is there an issue that’s been fixed?

Fat Albert Roker ,

YU has fallen from Grace

I don’t have to elaborate follow everything that’s been happening since 1995 in terms of break offs…The tumult with presidents, and that Rav Shechter is not the HaRosh Yeshiva but the Dean of Riets, with implementations that detract from Riets Smicha enacted says everything.
Torahs morality is constant whether steeped in the Hedonism of Rome, or Victorian times.
A YU student today is so unrelated to the concept of a US candidate openly declaring themselves as Socialists being incomprehensible opposed to people who are in their mid thirties that technology aging lack of Mesorah etc…there’s chaos.
When a Beis Medrash has to separate Talmidim by shiur, you immediately are acknowledging two things
1. You have no issue violating lo Sisogedu
2. You don’t want the Beis Medrash to be a unified entity
I’m embarrassed…I tossed a lot of my Serugahs so I’m not associated with the outright kephirah. From Riskin, and Weiss Orthodox Pluralism…RSR Hirsch, and Rav Gifter were very on the nose when they hated the label applied by Maskilim of “Orthodox”
I’d rather be called a Modernishe Shomer Mitzvos/Mitvot than Orthodox/Modern Orthodox/Neo Orthodox all that did was create a Predominant Navardok lifestyle in Eretz Yisrael and forced Litvaks to have to back Chasdim which is their own issue if you follow NYS politics.

Mde100 ,

Mr

This could be a great app-but only if its technical aspects are improved significantly. First, right now the app has a deadly loop--it's impossible to download a Shiur and, when it's over go back to the home (or any other) screen, without deleting the app and reinstalling. Second, there's no way to advance or rewind say 15 seconds at a time--a very useful feature when listening to a Shiur. Third, why is there no speed control eg, to play at 1.2x speed, or 2x? This is useful for scrolling through a Shiur looking for a specific point. Of course, the quality of the Torah here can't be beat--but it should be delivered in a כלי that is לשם ולתפארת!

App Privacy

The developer, YU Office of Alumni Affairs, 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.

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