Holy Quran Arabic text with English translation by Hazrat Maulvi Sher Ali (ra) published by Islam International Publications. With English search and browse to any chapter and verse. Pinch to zoom or increase font size.
The guldasta app provides a front-end to the online Urdu newspaper “گلدستہ علم و ادب” (www.guldasta.org), which is published from the United Kingdom daily except Sundays. The name of this online daily literally means “bouquet of knowledge and literature.” This online newspaper contains articles on religion, history, literature, poetry, sociology, travel, entertainment, and current affairs. The editorial is also a very important feature of this newspaper, highlighting issues faced by the young and old of this very dynamic world.
This app provides access to the teachings of Ahmadiyyat – the true Islam, from the original sources in Urdu language. The content is organized in question/answer format in different categories. Each of these categories is fundamental to the beliefs of Ahmadi Muslims.
View the summaries of the latest Friday Sermons or watch video right on your phone or iPad.
This Short Commentary of The Holy Quran edited by Malik Ghulam Farid and published under the auspices of Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba) Fifth Successor of the Promised Messiah and worldwide head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.
This app provides latest updates on his peace initiatives, public services, keynote addresses, press releases and regular communication to the community and to the world. App supports a Push Notification feature to allow users to stay informed and connected to His Holiness.
One of the oldest weekly in the Indian subcontinent published in Urdu language, Al Badr was initiated on October 31, 1902 in Qadian, India. The founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, The Promised Messiah (as) named it Al Badr. Later the name changed to Badr. The app loads the latest weekly edition and you can also download and view old editions available online.
One of the oldest dailies in the Indian subcontinent published in Urdu language, Al Fazl was initiated as a daily publication by second Khalifa of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmadraon June 18, 1913. Until 1947 it was published from Qadian, India and then from Lahore, Pakistan up to 1954. Since then it is published from Rabwah, Pakistan. Note: Currently Alfazl is not being published due to restrictions. This app will not work.
Listen to answers to thousands of questions about Islam. Browse by topics or search, and save your favourites for offline listening. Increase your knowledge by being notified daily with a random answer at a time of your choosing.
Muslim Television Ahmadiyya International Al Arabia App by Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, providing you true Islam on your Mobile Devices for Arabic viewers.