Quranic Words-Understand Quran

Quranic Words-Understand Quran


Did you know? Only 569 words account for approximately 80% of the total words in the Quran! By learning the meaning of these 569 words, you can increase your understanding of the Quran, Salaat, and Taraweeh.

If you are English speaking Muslim, who would like to gain more meaning from Quran, this is the app for you.
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Did you know? Only 569 words account for approximately 80% of the total words in the Quran! By learning the meaning of these 569 words, you can increase your understanding of the Quran, Salaat, and Taraweeh.

If you are English speaking Muslim, who would like to gain more meaning from Quran, this is the app for you.

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A Google User
Jan 10, 2014
Thanks for a great app I am really enjoying this app but the words I have memorised keeps being reset to 0% whenever the app is restarted. It is truly a great idea and I love the fact that it gives examples from verses of the Qur'an. Some of the words seem like they are not well explained or maybe wrong but hey I'm the learner so I guess I have to develop my understanding I assume. Jazakum Allah khairun. Please continue to update and develop the app. It has much more potential.
A Google User
Sep 13, 2013
Refund Please Please I need a refund
A Google User
Feb 11, 2013
Best app on my tablet/phone! Barak Allaah feek to the group that made this app. Very useful and simple to use. Very practical.
A Google User
Feb 11, 2013
Best app on my tablet/phone! Barak Allaah feek to the group that made this app. Very useful and simple to use. Very practical.
A Google User
Feb 3, 2013
OK APP Many words are wrong, please change it asap. For example ’bane’ is used for the English word ’between’ instead of ’distinction’