Posts Tagged ‘Arabic apps’


Screenshot Yahoo! Maktoob has announced the launch of a new Arabic football app for iPhone, providing football fans in the Middle East with a highly engaging and easy way to stay connected to their favorite teams, scores and daily sports news. The new Yahoo! Maktoob Football app for iPhone is a full-featured Arabic app, which was built with sharing in mind ...
Screenshot If you can not wait for Apple's official iPad Arabic keyboard you might try jailbreak your iPad and use Arabtaller. iPhoneIslam the site behind the first Arabic version of jailbroken iPhone OS released the software yesterday, it allows you to type Arabic letters on your iPad using a visual touch based keyboard. The App price is 9.99 USD ...
Screenshot NDrive a Portuguese based company has launched NDrive's navigation applications for the iPhone, providing mapping solutions for a number of countries around the world with plans for more maps in the future. For the Arab World NDrive has launched 3 iPhone Arabic/English navigations apps for United Arab Emirates (UAE) , Saudi Arabia Morocco and Egy...
Screenshot The launch Apple's biggest innovations in years, the iPhone and its app marketplace was the biggest earthquake that shacked all mobile manufactures and forced them to rethink their strategies. Though, in the Arab world, Apple has shown little or no care to the market even though Steve Jobs, the cofounder and CEO of Apple, is from Syrian origins, as...
Screenshot Updates 1,2 and 3 below. Nokia just announced that its Ramadan applications for 2009 have now become available on Ovi Store. The updated free mobile applications tailored for the Holy Month of Ramadan can now be downloaded on the compatible Nokia devices directly from Nokia’s Ovi Store. “Last year’s applications were very well receive...
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