TajweedMate is a mobile app that helps users learn and practice tajweed, the rules of Quran recitation. It uses state-of-the-art artificial intelligence (AI) to provide immediate feedback on the user's recitation, helping them to improve their pronunciation and fluency. It also includes lessons on Huruf, Elongation Rules (Madd), Ith'har, Ikhfaa, Iqlaab, and Idghaam to ensure users have all the tools they need to master the correct pronunciation of the Quran.
TajweedMate offers a variety of features, including:
Learn the alphabet (Quran elif-ba) and basic recitation of the Holy Qur'an with audio examples.
Interactive lessons on tajweed rules and concepts
Audio-visual examples of correct recitation
Speech recognition technology to analyze the user's recitation and provide feedback
Quizzes to test the user's knowledge of recitation
Memorization tools to help users learn and retain selected Quran passages
TajweedMate is a valuable tool for anyone who wants to improve their Quran recitation, regardless of their age or skill level. It is particularly useful for those who are self-learning or who do not have access to a qualified tajweed teacher.
TajweedMate is available for free download on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
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Note: Tajweed is not an English word, thus it is sometimes written as tajwed, tecvid or tajwid; but we prefer the one with the closest pronunciation to the original Arabic word "تجويد".
Terminologically, it means fulfilling each letters right when reciting the Holy Qur'an. Main evidence about tajweed in the Qur'an itself is the verse 73:4, which says "... and recite the Qur'an with measured recitation.". Word tarteel is preferred in this verse for defining the proper reading of the Qur'an.