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“Smart” Siddur App Launched

Chabad.org and Kehot Publications have released a new "smart" Siddur app for daily prayers. Full Story

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cant wait for the classic siddur app to be updated
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cant wait for the classic siddur app to be updated

Currently when I download the app on my phone which I paid for it says that with the next uodate I will not be able to use this app. I hope itll be done very very soon.

When will it happen?

thanks but..
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thanks but..

this already exists

Great app!
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Great app!

This is an amazing app that allows non Hebrew speakers to see what the prayers they’re saying means and has many great features!
Kol hakavod

 price of $3.99
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price of $3.99

They cannot make a 30 day free trial??

Transliterated siddur
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Transliterated siddur

How about a transliterated siddur?

Great app!
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Great app!

This is an amazing app that allows non Hebrew speakers to see what the prayers they’re saying means and has many great features!
Kol hakavod

Serious question
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Serious question

If you daven from your phone do you kiss the phone, like you would a siddur?

Would the same rules apply to a regular siddur, like not bringing it into the bathroom or what about all the inappropriate online content being on a phone too, or if you get an incoming call/texts while davening.

Mixed feelings

This app is out for a while already
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This app is out for a while already

I downloaded this app aver 7-8 months ago (beta version) the fixed up the app allot

Broken App
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Broken App

The App is missing parts of davening such as Hareini Mekabel, Mah Tovu, Adon Olam, half of Karbanos etc. The table of contents links to wrong data. For example Pirkei Avos goes to Birchas Hamazon. When Chabad.org does a project, please do it properly and fully. How does a Siddur missing many parts of davening help someone who would use a Siddur like this?

Can anybody help the answer to my question?
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Can anybody help the answer to my question?

How do I download the texts for nine AV? The screen becomes black before I can even type in three letters to search. It is not listed in the table of contents. Can somebody help I would like it for tomorrow morning. Thank you!! besides this, it is really beautifully done! Can anybody help the answer to my question?

To #9
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To #9

I just checked it out and all those prayers that you said are missing are indeed all there !!!

To number 10: it's there!
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To number 10: it's there!

It’s right after today’s Torah reading.

Hebrew app
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Hebrew app

I use the Hebrew app that’s available. Is the siddur copywrited and if so, does he have permission to use it or is it not copywrited?

To # 11 and 9
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To # 11 and 9

The latest update on the Siddur app fixed all the issues and missing parts. Install the latest updates

613
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613

I like that the time shown in the picture of the phone is 6:13.

Kinot in Hebrew only
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Kinot in Hebrew only

I saw that the Siddur was English/Hebrew, so I got excited at the thought of English Kinot. Alas, it’s not to be 🙁 only in Hebrew. Just FYI.

To #7
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To #7

I just listened to a Shiur on this–since there’s no permanence to the letters, the phone does not retain any Kedusha.

Obviously if you get a call/text during davening ignore it, and shut off your ringer.

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