Following last night’s Mega Siyum Harambam, you may be inspired and looking for a way to learn Rambam in a convenient on-the-go manner. Look no further than the Rambam App with Hebrew text and English translation, well-explained Shiurim and more.
Following last night’s Mega Siyum Harambam, you may be inspired and looking for a way to learn Rambam in a convenient on-the-go manner? Look no further and try the Rambam App with the Hebrew text with English translations, well-explained Shiurim and more.
Users have praised the app’s seamlessness and ease of use, and the wide array of Shiurim available on it.
The recently-updated Rambam app has been enthusiastically received since its launch, with thousands of downloads and active users. Users praised the app’s seamlessness and ease of use, and the wide array of Shiurim available on it.
The extensive selection of Maggidei Shiurim includes Rabbi Yehoshua Gordon, Rabbi Mendel Yusevitz, Rabbi Yehuda Refson, Rabbi Levi Rapoport, Rabbi Chaim Wolosow, Rabbi Elozor Rubin, Rabbi Shloimy Schwartzberg, Rabbi Moshe Wolberg and Rabbi Raleigh Resnick.
Aside from the Rambam text and a comprehensive database of Shiurim, the app introduces a new technology that allows you to click on any halacha to hear a Shiur on it specifically, and as you listen to a Shiur, the text scrolls to and highlights the correct place.
Irgun Torah was able to make the current English version possible thanks to the encouragement and support of an anonymous donor, to whom it was very important that the Rambam text be available in the English language as well.
This will allow a broader audience to enjoy the app and brings us closer to our ultimate goal of bringing the Rebbe’s Takkanah to every Yid.
The Rambam app project was made possible by a generous grant from Rabbi Shloimy and Mirele Greenwald, and due to the tireless dedication of Yosef Mintz and the development staff to bring the technology up to the highest standards.
In the Zechus of being Mezakeh the Rabim in Limmud HaTorah, Hashem should bestow upon him all the Brochos, Begashmiyus Uberuchniyus.
Additional features and content are constantly being added, and the app’s organizers are committed to expanding the scope and reach of the project with the ultimate vision of bringing the Rebbe’s Takkanah to every Yid.
To get involved in this project, please be in touch with Rabbi Chaim Zaklos for dedication opportunities. [email protected] or +1 707 592 5300