Blumenkrantz Pesach Digest.

Blumenkrantz Pesach Digest.

By congregation bais medrash ateres yisroel inc.

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2014-03-21
  • Current Version: 3.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 25.29 MB
  • Developer: congregation bais medrash ateres yisroel inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 37 Reviews)
  • Price:
Blumenkrantz Pesach Digest. App Ratings: 3.5
Total 37 Reviews

Blumenkrantz Pesach Digest. App Description

This state of the art Pesach Digest Application integrates the clarity of the Pesach Digest with the ease of modern technology. Now, the world renowned Pesach Digest can be at your fingertips. The Pesach Digest App is a searchable database of products listed in The Pesach Digest Book. The information is divided by category, and ordered by subcategory. In addition to the categories found in the book, a category for kashering and baby products is also included in the App. The App is ideal to use while shopping for Pesach or cleaning out your cabinets. Fast and convenient, the Pesach Digest App will make your Pesach preparations a breeze. The Pesach Digest started off as a small pamphlet, written by Rabbi Blumenkrantz, to educate people about the products they can use on Pesach. Each year, the pamphlet grew, until the small pamphlet became a full book. The Pesach Digest contains everything you need to know to make Pesach, and more. Thousands of foods, products, and medications were researched to create a database that informs you of which products can be used on Pesach, and which ones are not allowed. Each year a new book is released with up-to-date research on product information. Essentially, The Pesach Digest is all you need to make Pesach. Helping your family make Pesach since 1975, Rabbi Blumenkrantz's sons bring you the only one of its kind - The Pesach Digest App. Note: The new database must be purchased separately each year. You are able to keep the app installed and use the previous year's database. Please email us with any questions,


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Blumenkrantz Pesach Digest. App Reviews

  • Search feature needs an update

    By catmy7
    The idea is great but I found the search feature hard to use. When shopping for makeup it was very hard to figure out exactly which lipstick and brand etc was ok or not. Would love if you could make the search engine more user friendly for next year. Thanks for your hard work!
  • Same as above

    By Danman356
    For some reason it got deleted. Now it’s charging again
  • Ripped off

    By Chutzpah5
    Why doesn’t family sharing work
  • Family sharing won’t share the paid app

    By AmazingAlJay
    I downloaded the free app which is really just an empty shell devoid of product listings. I then paid $6.99 to “upgrade” to the current app populated with the product listings. Well, despite what the App Store says, you can’t do family sharing with the full product. You and your spouse will both have to pay $6.99 each to get the full app. And there’s no way to reach the developer to ask about this. Try to find an email address at their website! There’s just a twitter handle - but some of us refuse to tweet. There should be better support for a paid app.
  • Finally !

    By Abrahm111
    Finally got to download 2018.
  • Unable to purchase 2018

    By Eleit1
    I am unable to download current year guide - 2018 even though it says that it is available. There is no way to contact developer for customer support. Please reach out to me to help me fix this.
  • Don't download.

    By App maven 100
    This is the worst app I've ever downloaded.
  • No products listed

    By laughing wolfe
    This app is not free to try or even see; all items are empty unless you upgrade to the latest edition for $6.99. Just list it as an app with a price, okay?

    By Jake Kahan
    It's a terrible app every time I try to look for food if it's chumatz or not it says no product. And we have 9 devices and it charged us $35
  • Please update the Zmanim

    By Please update the Zmanim
    Please update the Zmanim for 2017