Monday, February 7, 2011

Updated: Hosay!; Singapore and Malaysia calendar; Mobile Holy Quran

- Huat ah! If you are a fan of Hosay!, you will be happy to learn that the app has been updated to version 1.1. The latest version has new phrases appropriate for the Chinese New Year.

- Singapore and Malaysia calendar has Chinese festivals and the Islamic calendar. To mark the Chinese New Year, the app is free until Feb 17.

- Local developer Zoosware has just released version 2.0 of their app, Mobile Holy Quran for the iPad. The new version has a new interface, the ability to change backgrounds, and the ability to add bookmarks and notes, among other things. This app is useful for beginners who want to read the Quran but who may not be native Arabic speakers.

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rain said...

It's great that they put up a special format. This helps target the Asian market.

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