Bahá’í Calendar

Bahá’í Calendar


LEGAL DISCLAIMER: This software comes with no warranty. It may contain numerous bugs. Use it at your own risk. The developer is not responsible for any damage or loss of life that it may cause.

This app displays the current Bahá’í date and provides a reminder of any upcoming Bahá’í Feast or holy day. Sunrise and sunset times are calculated based on GPS location and will be displayed if a GPS fix is available.

The Bahá’í date that is displayed near the top of the screen is calculated dynamically, i.e. it is automatically advanced by a day after sunset at the user's location.

The tabulated calendar display on the bottom half of the screen provides a more traditional 'static' view. Both Gregorian and Badi dates are displayed simultaneously with the Badi dates shown using smaller font and having a background that is coloured according to the Badi month in question.

A star-shaped icon marks dates on the calendar that are of significance to Baha'is. Touching on any such date will bring up an information box that will display further details related to that date.

Recent changes:
In this incremental update, fixed an issue with the swipe gesture detector being overtly sensitive on some devices, especially tablets.

Previous version (1.8):
Added swipe based controls to navigate more naturally through the calendar months. Swiping from right to left (or from top to bottom) displays the next calendar month, whereas swiping in the opposite direction displays the previous month.

Fixed a rendering issue on xxhdpi displays (that of text size being too small).
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About Bahá’í Calendar
LEGAL DISCLAIMER: This software comes with no warranty. It may contain numerous bugs. Use it at your own risk. The developer is not responsible for any damage or loss of life that it may cause.

This app displays the current Bahá’í date and provides a reminder of any upcoming Bahá’í Feast or holy day. Sunrise and sunset times are calculated based on GPS location and will be displayed if a GPS fix is available.

The Bahá’í date that is displayed near the top of the screen is calculated dynamically, i.e. it is automatically advanced by a day after sunset at the user's location.

The tabulated calendar display on the bottom half of the screen provides a more traditional 'static' view. Both Gregorian and Badi dates are displayed simultaneously with the Badi dates shown using smaller font and having a background that is coloured according to the Badi month in question.

A star-shaped icon marks dates on the calendar that are of significance to Baha'is. Touching on any such date will bring up an information box that will display further details related to that date.

Recent changes:
In this incremental update, fixed an issue with the swipe gesture detector being overtly sensitive on some devices, especially tablets.

Previous version (1.8):
Added swipe based controls to navigate more naturally through the calendar months. Swiping from right to left (or from top to bottom) displays the next calendar month, whereas swiping in the opposite direction displays the previous month.

Fixed a rendering issue on xxhdpi displays (that of text size being too small).

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A Google User
Jan 4, 2015
Be aware This is Out of date We've known of the new calendar since July. Surely that's plenty of time to do an update. I had the one offered memorized about 30 years ago and only downloaded this for the changes.--I will uninstall it if it's not fixed. I also agree that it's hard to read. There's too much "fluff" on the pages. A clean calendar would be easier on the eyes.
A Google User
Dec 15, 2014
No longer accurate Nice app, but inaccurate. The birth of the Bab and Baha'u'llah are consecutive days and fall on the first and second day of the 8th new moon, According to the UHJ 10 July 2014 letter. Incidentally, Naw Ruz begins with vernal equinox in Tehran. Please make these adjustments and render a great service! Thanks for your great effort and service to the Cause.
A Google User
Dec 8, 2014
Finely I find it
A Google User
Nov 8, 2014
Beautiful....thank you friend...
A Google User
Sep 14, 2014
Wonderful Great job