Salaat Time® 2.7
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A free Islamic software for calculating the five daily Muslim prayer times
May 04, 2015, 07:06 GMT
Salaat Time is a free and multifunctional software application for calculating the daily Muslim prayer times and the Qiblah direction for every place in the World. This little tool runs in the system tray and it alerts you when is the prescribed time for prayer. This tool lets you choose from a wide variety of athans or even use your own athan for each prayer. You can set various athans at different times, or use random ones.
Salaat Time offers a comprehensive selection of discreet visual alerts and it shows the Qiblah direction using a graphical compass. It also shows you the time left until next prayer and the yearly, monthly or daily prayer time. The software also features a side-by-side monthly Hijri / Gregorian calendar which contains the important Islamic dates highlighted. The calendar also has the ability to convert Hijri dates to Gregorian and vice-versa. This tool also lets you print and export prayer times calendars both in Gregorian and Hijri formats.
By using Salaat Time you will also be able to listen to the Quran from a wide selection of Ayaats and Suras. You may also choose from a wide range of included cities in order to automatically adjust your prayer times according to your location. The software will also time for calculate the extreme geographical locations (cities located close to the poles).
Salaat Time is highly customizable, allowing you to change the daily clocks' appearance and color according to your wishes. You can also set the program to show a random Islamic image for each prayer time, or you can use your own images.
Salaat Time runs on all Microsoft Windows operating systems.
|Date Added||May 04, 2015, 07:06 GMT|
|Last Week / All Time Downloads||0 / 12,528|
|Filename / Size||
SalaatTimeSetup.exe / 14.0MB
|OS Support||Windows All|
|Salaat Time 2.7||May 04, 2015 - Latest Version|
|Salaat Time 2.0||May 13, 2010|
|Salaat Time 1.7||January 11, 2007|
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