Becoming hugely popular since the recent iOS 14 update, shortcuts are like mini apps, that quickly help perform useful tasks.
Get inspired daily from 100’s of quotes from Quran, Hadith and Duas!
Remember to set Daily notifications by setting up automation.
Published date: 09/05/21
Ever read Quran, then can’t remember where you last prayed?
This shortcut might just be for you!
Bookmarks last read Chapter & Ruku
Keeps a history of Quran read
Displays read number of Sajdahs
Reminder for sajdahs after completion
Monthly reminder to recite Quran
Dua upon completion of Quran
Syncs across your signed-in iCloud devices
After download – Create a file in notes and enter the word ‘Quran’ – this will log your reading sessions
Giving charity (Zakat) is compulsory in Islam – This shortcut, is a basic zakat calculator which, gives you a total amount you have to take out for Zakat based on the capital deductions you provide.
Find them useful – let us know!
- Settings > Shortcuts.
- Turn on Allow Untrusted Shortcuts.
“You can add shortcuts from sources outside the Gallery — from friends, personal backups, websites and more” source: apple.com
- After download: Scroll down to end of script, then select Add untrusted shortcut
Grant Device Permissions: for Notes and Website access
UPDATING When updating, select replace shortcut
SETTING AUTOMATION (iOS 14)
From the shortcuts menu.
> Select automation
> Create personal automation.
> Time of day and set time
> Choose daily
> Add action
> Select apps.
> Select Shortcuts.
> Run shortcut
> Tap Shortcut next to Run
> Choose Islamic quotes
> Disable Ask before running
> Choose Don’t ask