The current Muslims are receiving used to using a religious software and information services (e.g. sms) to get a right time for prayer (salat), that’s regarded as an important part of muslim’s life. Now at the start of RSS boom Muslim community got the use of Muslim Prayer Time
(Azan) RSS feeds for PCs, mobiles and other devices from Pray In Time Information center.
Accurate calculations of Muslim prayer times for every location is just a non-trivial task, because the full time of prayer depends upon the sunrise and sunset times and geographical location. The sunset and sunrise is significantly diffent in various locations and change within a year. Historically, prayer timing was determined by Islamic religious scholars and the prayers were informed about start of a prayer by the muezzin from a minaret.
Now in probably the most of modern cities there it’s difficult for Muslims to listen to an adhan (call to prayer) which makes alternative means of informing prayers about prayer timetable more and more important.
One possibility is by using Azan Islamic software for mobile and PCs, sms azan services that created a market for religious software developers. With the start RSS era this service became available globally for free. It only requires an RSS reader (such as IE 7.0) and hence can operate on almost any PC, PDA, mobile phone and any computer device مواقيت الصلاة فى الرياض. The prayer should just look at the Pray In Time information center’s web select the required location and sign up to this free namaz time service RSS. Right now more than 6 millions inhabited locations are covered and the number is growing.
Adhan (Azaan, azan and other spellings) (أَذَان) may be the Islamic call to prayer, recited by the muezzin. The root of the word is ʼḏn “to permither derivative with this word is uḏun, meaning “ear “.Adhan is named out by the muezzin from a minaret of a mosque five times per day (Sunni Islam) or three times per day (Shi’a Islam) summoning Muslims for fard (mandatory) salah (prayers).
Salat (also salah, solat, solaat, namaz, solah, salaat, namaaz and other spellings) (Arabic: صلاة, Qur’anic Arabic: صلوة, Persian: نماØning to pray, or to bless, generally describes prayers that Muslims offer to God (Arabic:Allah) and most commonly describes the five dailyritual prayers in Islam. It’s one of the Five Pillars of Islam in Sunni Islam, and one of the ten Branches of Religion in Shi’a Islam. Therefore, it’s compulsory (fard) upon every Muslim.
About Pray In Time information center.
Pray In Time was created to offer a reliable information to muslim community via web. Started as a Prayer Time information service it added a global muslim directory covering virtually all areas of Muslim’s life.