After I was given the job of becoming American Muslim Mom’s iPhone app reviewer, I have been pleasantly surprised to discover there are SO many Islamic themed apps available out there.
One such app, Salah Tracker for Kids, is a cute way for parents to monitor their child’s praying habits. You can add each of your children, and a cute prayer rug is assigned to their name.
After your child performs a salah, you can choose either Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, or Isha, and “submit.” Then, the app adds this prayer as one that was prayed to a chart for that specific child. I’d suggest having your kids tap the “submit” button themselves so they can hear the cute du’aa being sung to them:
Masha’Allah. Allah has seen your righteous deed. May you be blessed. Ameen!
The song, sung in a child’s voice, along with other sound effects as well as the bright and happy colors makes this a nice tool to inspire your kids to perform a vital act incumbent on every mature and sane Muslim.
While this app wasn’t the perfect app for me personally (as I am an unmarried college student!), it seems like a cute encouragement for young parents who are currently teaching their kids to turn prayer into a regular habit.
This app has recently been made available for free! The creator of the app said she wanted kids to benefit from it Insha’Allah, without the price being a hindrance. Alhamdulillah! What a generous gift, Masha’Allah
Download the app today! Tell us what you and your kids think of the app in the comments section below!
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