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Hebr-Eng Siddur Keter Shelomo

Hebr-Eng Siddur Keter Shelomo

2.1 for iPhone, iPad

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Hebr-Eng Siddur Keter Shelomo Description
Siddur Features:
- Free full version, no up-charge.
- Easy user scrolling, no stopping to turn pages.
- Linear Hebrew / English with a concise, modern translation.
- The presentation of the text in short, grammatically and thematically correct phrases, greatly aids most of us in understanding and concentration of the prayers.
- Fully user interactive; allows for direct jumps to many possible different portions within the prayers depending on the circumstances.
- Table of contents nested menus for easy access.
- i.e.; Weekly Torah portion in 8 seconds, than link directly back to Ashrei...
- Both Portrait and Landscape automatic orientation allow for easy reading of the translated text comfortably, even from a smartphone screen.
- Easy to navigate menu bar on top with a "How To" page in the contents.

This Interactive IOS App is based upon the weekday portions of the print Siddur Keter Shelomo as beautifully translated and compiled by Rabbi Shelomo Churba, according to the Minhag of most Sephardic communities, specifically to the Minhag of the (Halabi) Syrian Jewish community of Aram Soba, the ancient name for Aleppo.
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It is our prayer in developing this Mobile App to make it easier for us to fulfill our obligations while on the go, with more understanding, and also that Hashem answer All of our prayers in a good and sweet way, and grant us and our families Good Health, Happiness and Success, and collectively bestow Shalom Al-Yisrael.

Maurice Schemo / Judah M Schemo
Original version Kislev 24, 5775

Key Words::
When searching for a Sephardic Siddur, the spelling sometimes varies,
The word Sephardic may be spelled or termed as Sefardic, Sephardi, Sefaradi, or Sefardi.
The spelling for the word Siddur may be spelled as Sidur, Sydur, Sidoor, or Sydour, and may be termed as Tfila, Tefillah, or Tefilia, meaning Prayer or Prayers.
The Term in the Title "Hebr-Eng", by which we mean Hebrew-English, which is sometimes termed as Hebrew English, English-Hebrew or English Hebrew.
This App follows the custom or "minhag" of most Sephardic Jewish Communities, specifically the customs of Aram Soba, aka modern day Aleppo, also termed as "Halabi", or originating in Halab, the Arabic name for Aleppo.

This App is offered Free, for only Weekday Jewish prayer, or prayers.
Sabbath and Holy Days Prayers are not included.

Thank you.
Maurice Schemo / Judah M Schemo
Original version Kislev 24, 5775
Hebr-Eng Siddur Keter Shelomo 2.1 Update
2019-08-15 Version History
App Name updated.
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39.2 MB
Education Books
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Maurice Schemo
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