Faith IQ – Can I Memorize Qur’an Using An App On My Phone

Faith IQ
AI: Summary © The customer is asking about the meaning of a Koran and the agent explains that it is a combination of a physical book and an app, with the physical text being the main source of information. The agent also advises the customer to use a tablet or phone to keep track of their lessons and mentions that the physical text is the main source of information.
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Can I memorize using an app? Or do I have to use a physical must have a physical book.

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When discussing a relationship with the Quran, I first off recommend you have a Koran, that you have a relationship with a script, that'll be yours. Now to supplement that, to be a companion to that you have an iPad app, you've got something on your phone, you have an electronic, it's a even a proprietary thing that's just for Koran, totally understood. The physical text, even if it's left, just by your bed is a place where you'll put notes for the day mark out your lesson. And if you're traveling and you're out and about during the day, you have your tablet and or phone, but the predominant the main place will you you will be retaining the book of Allah is not only in your copy

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of the Quran, but as you know it by now. Isn't the Quran that you're writing with your own hands? answer to your question physical must have is imperative. Don't lose the tradition of kita Bonanza now he like a book that we revealed upon you

Technology has advanced over the past decade greatly. We now have the luxury of being able to read Qur’an from our phones, tablets, computers etc. However, when it comes to the question about memorizing Qur’an, is using an app okay? When memorizing, must it be a physical mushaf?

Imam Wisam Sharieff​ explains and answers the question

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