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Pocket Luach - The Jewish Calendar (siddur, zmanim)

Pocket Luach - The Jewish Calendar (siddur, zmanim)

⭐️2.6 / 5
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📦w/o updates
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All Versions of Pocket Luach


February 11, 2019

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon. New UI and compatibility for iOS 7 and iOS 8!


September 15, 2011

Add iOS 7 and iOS 8 support. New iOS 7 UI.


August 18, 2011

This version fixes many bugs and has a new framework for many new features to come in the future.


March 24, 2011

Minor UI and stability improvements.


March 7, 2011

Fixed a compatibility issue with iOS 3.x (no time displayed in Time View)


February 22, 2011

* Fix a crash in location services * Minor UI related fixes


December 19, 2010

Bug fixes: * Fix a bug (actualy, this is a work around for a bug with iOS 4.x) where, in some locations, the Jewish date is out of sync by one day with the civil date. * Fix a bunch of minor bugs. New features and improvements: * Add the "Online Torah Lessons" feature * Faster loading of the list view * Added "pictures" in list view * New List view look * Dynamic loading of extra entries in list view


July 13, 2010

Add support for iOS 4. Fix many bugs since version 2.02.


February 9, 2010

Fix a crash when a new GPS based location is selected and no preferred location is already defined Fix a few typos in the siddur Change the Please Wait bitmap Add a Month View to the Day View.


December 2, 2009

The main change for this version is a new UI for the siddur portion of Pocket Luach: * The siddur now has its own portion in the UI * Ashkenazi or Sefardi siddur available * Faster load time and very smooth scrolling of the prayers * Full screen display available by double tapping on the screen. * Size of the text is changeable at anytime while using the siddur * Textured UI with many user definable backgrounds * Background may be turned off (blank background) Other changes: * New "Tehilim request" feature is now directly available from the UI * New "Contact us" feature is now directly available from the UI Also, this version fixes many minor bugs. In particular: * Fix the earlier Talit time which had a mistake in some instances * Fix the "10 year" view of dates when a Yom Tov falls on Shabbat (i.e.: Rosh Hashana this year) * Correctly display the name of Parasha Haazinu when in some instances it was not being displayed * Many other minor bugs.

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Description of Pocket Luach

New UI and compatibility for iOS 7 and iOS 8! Pocket Luach is an application that converts Jewish dates to and from regular dates. It also displays the name and dates of Jewish holidays and Jewish significant days. Pocket Luach displays the name of the Parasha read on Shabat and holidays. WARNING: iPhone or Touch OS 7.0 or above is required. Pocket Luach features are: * Convert any date from the Jewish Calendar to/from the Civil Calendar * Display all jewish holidays and significant Jewish events in history * Display the name of the torah section read on Shabat, Jewish holidays, and Rosh Hodesh * iPhone Pocket Luach settings tab available to configure the many features of the software * UI is skinned (may be turned off in the iPhone's settings) * List view that displays all upcoming events (Holidays...) * List View can generate reports thru email (all days off needed, all Parashot...) * Time View display praying times for anywhere in the world thru GPS location finding. A default location is definable in the iPhone settings view. * Time View calculation rules is fully customizable in the iPhone's settings. Pocket Luach can therefore match whichever custom you follow. * A Note View displays built-in comments about a selected date whenever available. * A Siddur view displays the prayers for morning, afternoon, & evening services. it also displays the prayers after a meal or snack and the prayer said while traveling. Coming in next update (awaiting Apple's approval): a Month View Check also the Deluxe version which adds many features (among other features: add your own notes and remember your own important dates). Other solutions exist on the web with similar functionalities but require a live internet access and/or a desktop computer to work. Also, the very fact that they require a live internet connection makes them very slow to use. Being a native iPhone application, Pocket Luach allows for quick and simple conversion of dates on the go. This is useful for any observant Jew or for Gentiles doing business with observant Jews. For instance, with Pocket Luach, one can quickly make sure a proposed date for an appointment does not fall on a Jewish holiday before finalizing the date.
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Pocket Luach: FAQ

Does Pocket Luach work on iPad devices?

No, Pocket Luach is not compatible with iPad devices.
Pocket Luach was released by Haim Tebeka.
The minimum iOS requirement for the app is 7.1 or higher.
The Pocket Luach app has a consumer rating of 2.6 and gets mild reviews.
The App Category Of The Pocket Luach App Is Productivity.
The latest Pocket Luach version released is 4.00.02.
Pocket Luach released its latest update on July 16, 2024.
Pocket Luach was initially released on February 6, 2023.
The Pocket Luach app is rated Haim Tebeka.
Currently, the Pocket Luach app supports the following languages: American English, French (France).
Sorry, Pocket Luach is not part of Apple Arcade.
No, Pocket Luach is not eligible for in-app purchases.
No, Pocket Luach does not offer compatibility with Apple Vision Pro.

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Reviews of Pocket Luach

  • Can we get an update for the new iOS?

    Love this app, but it’s crashing on the new iOS. Please update
  • Worthless

    Was a great app but now totally useless as it will not work on OS 13
    Guaranteed to crash every time.
  • Don’t Waste Your Money

    Yes, it gives you the times for davening, candle lighting, etc... within the app., but you are unable to export anything to iCalendar. The unpaid version used to allow this, but it doesn’t work now. That’s why I purchased this version. Wasted money.