With Ramadan finished, many of us can easily fall back into a pre-Ramadan routine, with less Quran, less prayer, and even less remembrance of God. One way to keep all three of these things in check is to keep engaging with the Holy Quran.
Quran Progress offers an easily accessible and user-friendly way of both learning and practising how to engage with the language of the Quran, helping us stay motivated and proactive in our faith. It hopes to help simplify Quranic vocabulary and Arabic for people of all levels.
The app aims to help non-Arabic speakers and beginners to understand the Holy Quran and truly connect with the holy book. Understanding the words can also help with memorising the Holy Quran, as well as to help improve more advanced students in understanding the explicit meaning of Quranic verses.
Quran Progress uses a highly effective memorization method, called spaced repetition, to help users quickly and efficiently make progress in learning Quranic Arabic. This spaced repetition method identifies the words that you find most difficult as well as those which you are most at ease. It will then organize accordingly for a personalized learning experience, meaning that you don’t have to worry about creating your own revision plans: Quran Progress does it for you.
“Allah has sent down the most beautiful among the accounts, a Book of which [certain verses] resemble each other and are oft-repeated…” (Holy Quran 39:23)
The Holy Quran is composed of nearly 80,000 words. Studies show that only 4,000 unique words are used, however, meaning that plenty of words are repeated throughout the Quran. This means that if you understand the words of the Surah Al-Fatiha, you already understand 10% of the Quran.
And indeed, we have made the Quran easy for meditation. Be there anyone that will reflect? (Holy Quran 54:22)
These are just a few of the verses from the Holy Quran that remind us that Allah, with his mercy, has made it easy for us to understand the Quran. By engaging with an app like Quran Progress, we can help better both ourselves and our community by understanding the Quran on a deeper and more spiritual level.
We made the Quran easy to understand, to serve as a reminder, and then, is there anyone that will meditate this reminder? (Holy Quran 54:3)
Quran Progress is based on the works of Abdul Azeez Abdurraheem for the word selection. It contains also the vocabulary of the Medina book 1 and Medina book 2.
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