Smart Siddur

Smart Siddur


The Smart Siddur gives you the Prayers of each day.
For Example, in Rosh Hodesh it displays Yales Ve'yavo and Halel, while in regular days it doesn't.
In addition, it has a great user interface, and it's most easy to use Siddur application in the market.

***Main Features***
A dynamic smart Siddur with all the prayers you need, updating automatically without internet connection required.
A complete and full Hebrew calendar integrated with a Gregorian calendar for easy navigation.
Daily Zemanim for almost everywhere in the world.

***Tfilot included***
Shacharit
Mincha
Arvit
Birkat HaMazon
The Treefold Blessing
Traveler's Prayer
Bedtime Shma
Tikun Chatzot
Many Blessings
Brit Mila

***Days included***
Rosh Hodesh
Passover, Sukot
Hanuka, Purim
Fasts
Tisha Bov
10 Days between Rosh HaShana and Yom HaKipurim

***More Options***
Smart silent mode
Pasuk before Yihyu LeRatzon
Prayer for the sick
Zmanim
Hebrew Luach

***Nusachim included***
Edot HaMizrach
Sefarad
Ashkenaz
Ari (Chabad)

Nikud may be a little tricky, due to Android devices incompatibility.

keywords: siddur, smart siddur, sfaradi, birkat hamazon, passover, purim, hanuka, sukot, סידור, סידור חכם, ספרדי, ספירת העומר, sefarad, ספרד, ashkenaz, אשכנז, zmanim, זמני היום, kinot, קינות

Recent changes:
Hate bugs? We too. Please contact us asap via email or Facebook so we can handle the problem as soon as we can.

6.10.0
*[New] New design for the calendar, much beautiful and easy. With an option to switch between years(!) and swipe to change months
*[Improve] Arvit date promotion will be auto dismissed after 5 seconds
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$2.87
89
4.5
User ratings
447
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
1
File size
6515 kb
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About Smart Siddur
The Smart Siddur gives you the Prayers of each day.
For Example, in Rosh Hodesh it displays Yales Ve'yavo and Halel, while in regular days it doesn't.
In addition, it has a great user interface, and it's most easy to use Siddur application in the market.

***Main Features***
A dynamic smart Siddur with all the prayers you need, updating automatically without internet connection required.
A complete and full Hebrew calendar integrated with a Gregorian calendar for easy navigation.
Daily Zemanim for almost everywhere in the world.

***Tfilot included***
Shacharit
Mincha
Arvit
Birkat HaMazon
The Treefold Blessing
Traveler's Prayer
Bedtime Shma
Tikun Chatzot
Many Blessings
Brit Mila

***Days included***
Rosh Hodesh
Passover, Sukot
Hanuka, Purim
Fasts
Tisha Bov
10 Days between Rosh HaShana and Yom HaKipurim

***More Options***
Smart silent mode
Pasuk before Yihyu LeRatzon
Prayer for the sick
Zmanim
Hebrew Luach

***Nusachim included***
Edot HaMizrach
Sefarad
Ashkenaz
Ari (Chabad)

Nikud may be a little tricky, due to Android devices incompatibility.

keywords: siddur, smart siddur, sfaradi, birkat hamazon, passover, purim, hanuka, sukot, סידור, סידור חכם, ספרדי, ספירת העומר, sefarad, ספרד, ashkenaz, אשכנז, zmanim, זמני היום, kinot, קינות

Recent changes:
Hate bugs? We too. Please contact us asap via email or Facebook so we can handle the problem as soon as we can.

6.10.0
*[New] New design for the calendar, much beautiful and easy. With an option to switch between years(!) and swipe to change months
*[Improve] Arvit date promotion will be auto dismissed after 5 seconds

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User reviews of Smart Siddur
It worked on my Evo 3d for quite some time but now it will not open for anything. I love the app but now it is a useless icon on my homepage.
May 9, 2013
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 29, 2014
מצין כול הכבוד
A Google User
Aug 26, 2014
Laining Rosh Chodesh Ashkenazi Stopping points wrong. Can't send comments from within app
A Google User
Aug 3, 2014
Worth it Terrific siddur. Well worth the money.
A Google User
Jul 15, 2014
Phenomenal Siddur Very easy to use and extremely versatile. More features than any of the free apps I have used. Well worth the price!
A Google User
Jul 14, 2014
The soldier needs more Sephardic songs