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This is a live wallpaper with the spinning word ALLAH written in Arabic. The word is spinning between earth and sky on a clear night shining as the brightest star, the way Allah shines upon true believers. A must have for all true Muslims. The app only uses CPU when visible, otherwise it is dormant.
A collection of muslim / islamic radios from around the world. There are variety of radio stations handpicked for you (Arabic, English, French, Turkish, Malay, Kazakh and Urdu). This app offers to all our Muslim brothers and sisters in Turkey and all over the world, the most popular radio stations that make Islamic broadcasts. 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, these channels are the best to broadcast Islamic poems, chants, religious conversations, readings from the holy Quran
Islamic Names for Muslim Babies Islamic Names App can be your favorite app, now with more Attractive look and stylish Design of Islamic Names for Muslim babies with their meanings also allow to create your favorite names list for boys and girls separately and you can share any name with your friends and family by email Sms message or what you want. Just download this free application and use it to for find out meaning of your friends and family names and for the purpose of your new born babies names. Features: You can also store your favorite names. The Muslims Baby Names brings you all the most popular names and meanings to help you to choose the perfect name for your little one. Find the names you love and add them to your favorites list. For each name, Islamic Baby Names will give its meaning, pronunciation and whether it is a male or female name. This is a great app with pleasing aesthetics, and best of all, it is free.
Allah Wallpaper HD Live, inspired by new LG G3 smoke background with floating particles. Allah has cognates in other Semitic languages, including Alah in Aramaic, in Canaanite and Elohim in Hebrew. Many inscriptions containing the name Allah have been discovered in Northern and Southern Arabia as early as the 5th century B.C., including Lihyanitic, Thamudic and South Arabian inscriptions. It is used mainly by Muslims to refer to God in Islam,but it has also been used by Arab Christians since preIslamic times.It is also often, albeit not exclusively, used by, Indonesian and Maltese Christians, and Mizrahi Jews.Christians and in West Malaysia also use and have used the word to refer to God. This has caused political and legal controversies there as the law in West Malaysia prohibited them from using it Now comes with Glitter mode.