Juz30 – Al-Qur’aan Recitation Program with Thajweed

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Assalamu’alaykum Brothers,

Came across this ultimate resource. A small program that shows the Quraan Ayaaths and recite for you with thajweed. Features mentioned in the site:

  • User Profiles – anyone in your household can have their own profile for memorization
  • Drag and Drop ayas into you “heart” – a graphical way to view your memorization progress
  • Drag and Drop whole suras you know already to get started.
  • High Quality Uthmani Arabic Script
  • English translation by Muhsin Khan (can be turned off)
  • Transliteration to help pronounce
  • High quality aya-by-aya recitation by Abdullah Basfar (who recites slowly with proper tajweed)
  • Ability to choose different recitors (when recitor packs are released)
  • (German, French, Malay, Indonesian, Spanish) translations (when using language packs)
  • Loop Ayas – loop as many times as you want for memorization
  • Loop Suras – loop whole sura
  • Stack Mode – memorize ayas in the following manner: 1 | 1,2 | 1,2,3 | 1,2,3,4 | …
  • Single Aya Mode – if an Aya is too long, then select points in the audio to repeatedly loop
  • Select a Aya range in the Sura
  • Displays your Juz30 memorization progress
  • Displays sura playback progress
  • Pause Mode – add your own pauses (in seconds) in between ayas so you can repeat the aya yourself after hearing it
  • and much more …

Find it here:


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