Torah for iPad - תורה

Torah for iPad - תורה

By RustyBrick, Inc.

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2010-04-27
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 16.35 MB
  • Developer: RustyBrick, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 12 Reviews)
  • Price:
Torah for iPad - תורה App Ratings: 4
Total 12 Reviews

Torah for iPad - תורה App Description

This Torah's 248 columns (amudim) are magically stitched together on your iPad. We provide tools to make finding the weekly Torah portion (Parsha), bookmarks (famous selections included) and a pointer (Yad). Dive into the ancient texts and experience it all on the Torah for iPad by RustyBrick!


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Torah for iPad - תורה App Reviews

  • Love this app!

    By DMed.
    This is an incredible way to access and read an ancient text using modern technology! Kol hakavod! I would love to see the following features in updates: - video/VGA out - ability to pinch-zoom on the text - tikkun option that would put in nekkudot (vowels and trop)
  • Useful but leaves me wanting more ...

    By davidmorgenstern
    As @Jer979 points out, this Torah app isn't a Tikkun, which is really what many iPad users want. However, Torah for iPad is a useful addition to the list of Torah offerings. It has the basics: the text of what appears to be a scanned Torah and easy navigation to parshiot. However, the scan is not in high resolution and the app doesn't allow users to zoom in on a paragraph and make the text larger. That would be very welcome to my older eyes. In landscape view, the text gets even smaller. Until we have a real iPad tikkun, users will have to toggle between one of many Torah apps (the ones that support nekudot) and this app. The forthcoming release of iOS 4 will make that switching easier.
  • Outstanding

    By bgribin
    I'm blown away by Torah for iPad. Upon opening up, it's surprisingly smooth and easy to dive into. This is the kind of app that shines on the iPad - it's something that simply won't work on the iPhone; for one, it utilizes the screen real estate really well. Finally, it's a bargain for the price and those friends of yours at shul will get a kick out of this one.
  • Just eh

    By Jer979
    Yeah, it is neat that the Torah is in iPad, but if you are trying to learn the Torah portion and then practice as in a tikkun, forget about it. No trope, no vowels. Just the straight scroll I guess I didn't read carefully enough Whole I appreciate what they did and it is cool, I feel like it wasn't worth the money. Sorry to say
  • Nice

    By SamKaz
    For Sofrim and Baalei Kora this app is a dream com true. Thanks