Sunday 12 August 2012
Last Update 12 August 2012 12:35 pm
Mobile Channels Company (MCC), a company specialized in mobile applications development and content distribution, has pulled the curtain back on its Ramadan-themed apps specially designed for tablets and smart phones and filled with diversified, entertaining content that addresses the rituals of the holy month of Ramadan.
The line-up of these apps, which a large number of the nation's biggest and most renowned telecommunications companies made available to their customers, includes Islamic Pearls app that seeks to enrich users' information about the teachings of the Sunnah along with the practices that Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and his companions used to do during Ramadan.
In addition to the Arab Cuisine program, there is Walking in the Prophet's Footsteps application that reviews the most important turning points during the Prophet's life together with Ghazwat and Futuhat campaigns that resulted in the spread of Islam.
In his comment, MCC Arabia's GM Salem Al Enzi said: “As a leading company specialized in digital content development for mobile phones, we have engaged over the past few months in designing a number of apps that satisfy the need of Muslim users to learn religious rules and assist them in staying on the right track in their daily lives. We have developed three interactive and highly intelligent applications, including Walking in the Prophet's Footsteps app, which gives users information about Makkah's most significant geographical sites. This app also features maps of Makkah's mosques that users can zoom into, pinpoints the beginning of each prayer time using daily prayer schedules and incorporates a compass that indicates the Qibla direction.”
Furthermore, there is The Arab Cuisine application that provides users with access to a long list of recipes for Arabian dishes, Levantine appetizers, and traditional Arabic and Western sweets prepared by Chef Deema Hajjawi.
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