Mikvah מקוה

Mikvah מקוה

By RustyBrick, Inc.

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2009-02-19
  • Current Version: 1.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 11.43 MB
  • Developer: RustyBrick, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 27 Reviews)
  • Price:
Mikvah מקוה App Ratings: 4
Total 27 Reviews

Mikvah מקוה App Description

Taharas HaMishpacha, also known as Family Purity, is an extremely important part of a woman's Jewish marital life. This iPhone application will allow you to make this sometimes complex and important part of marriage, a bit easier for you and your family. The Mikvah application has several key parts to it that aid you in observing the female laws of Niddah, Mikvah, Vestos calendar, useful guidelines and more. Mikvah Includes: * Mikva'ot Database * Vestos or Taharas HaMishpacha Schedules * Mikvah Zmanim * Family Purity Guidelines * Mikvah Checklist * Contacts * Privacy with Password Protection See http://www.rustybrick.com/iphone/mikvah/ for more details. Note: The schedule component does not automatically calculate days for you due to a Rabbinical restriction.


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Mikvah מקוה App Reviews

  • Crashes at startup. Please fix.

    By Ronno123
    Running the latest version.
  • Really?

    By yehudaj
    I think this app is wonderful, though I am utterly shocked at some of the comments!! Demanding and unappreciative!!! terribly ashamed I think this was a great idea and an awesome implementation! kudos to rustybrick!
  • Nothing saves

    By madonnawannabe
    I enter info and the next time I open the app it is gone. No idea why but nothing has managed to save. I finally give up. Sad that this is the only mikvah app and it simply does not work. This is not user error either.
  • This app is a MUST! Love it!

    By Chai81
    I love this app, it is helpful, informative and easy to use! The guidelines are so extensive and answer most questions that could come up. I would love it if they would update this app so that I could sync it with my google calendar to create reminders- or if there was a way to program alerts, like when to do a bedika. The other tool I would love to see is a glossary because I am not familiar with all of the terms. I think everyone should buy this app who keeps taharat hamishpacha.
  • Very good

    By Berlins7
    I'm very happy with this app. My only complaint is that I wish there was a way to convert the calendar to primarily Hebrew dates, or somehow label night vestos with the correct Hebrew date. It gets very confusing to calculate nights... Otherwise thrilled with it!!
  • Ok

    By GizGG
    The app is ok but I was hoping it would help calculate the vestos, which it doesn't. The calendar is like any other but has different colors for the different type of days. It also does not have reminders... It is a very basic app.
  • Decent

    By Mikvah maidel
    App is okay. The calendar should put in dates automatically like all the onot. It's pretty basic and could be improved. The mikvah locator is its saving grace. It's great!
  • A Request to the Creators

    By ThankU!
    I hope the creators of this app read their reviews because I cannot find a place on this app for feedback and I have a request. This was an expensive app and I bought it to help me keep all the halachos correctly however I find it extremely difficult to differentiate between all the days. I wonder if the colors could be slightly more pronounced, or if the app could be organized so that the days were more clear. (Not the calendar dates, but the 'yom haflaga', for example.) The rest of the app is very helpful and worth the money, but for $8 it should be a little more clear. Thank you!
  • Somewhat disappointed :(

    By Mikuser
    I purchased this app mainly for the calendar and found it sorely lacking. It's difficult to distinguish the "noted" days from each other. I would think there would be different colors for the different reminder/notification options. The app is beyond basic, I can do more on iCal.
  • Decent app....

    By iTalmud, do you?
    But it really needs to include calculations ( i.e. the different types of Vest kavuas, yom l' chodesh,etc). Other programs do it.... I don't see the halachic problem with helping us with that?!?!