Ramadan 2014 has already started and prayer times can be found in a number of ways that includes using Android and iOS apps, or even printable PDF documents for download. Today, we’ve got a couple of apps to showcase along with two PDF files that will reveal 2014/1435 Ramadan calendar and IQAMA time.
The first app is for Android and appropriately named Ramadan 2014, it features a calendar without loads of design extras and instead you’ll find a simple interface for a great way to know Imsak and iftar’s prayer times. This Android OS timetable can be found on Google play.
If you own an iPhone or iPad, you can try Ramadan Times by PakData for iOS devices. You can find this free app on iTunes with some great features including an interface showing time remaining for Iftar/Sehar, Hijri (Islamic) calendar, and has alarm options.
Finally, if for whatever reason you still need a list of Ramadan 2014 / 1435 prayer times then a printable PDF might be another solution. This PDF is from the Muslim Community of Western Suburbs (MCWS), and this one is for Ramadan 2014 Paris times.
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