iMishna with English and Audio

iMishna with English and Audio

By Crowded Road

  • Category: Book
  • Release Date: 2009-08-10
  • Current Version: 3.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 59.37 MB
  • Developer: Crowded Road
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 99 App Reviews)
  • Price:
iMishna with English and Audio App Ratings: 4
Based on 99 App Reviews

iMishna with English and Audio App Details

***NEW! From the iTalmud & iTorah Team*** ENGLISH TRANSLATION iMishna is an amazing Torah application that weaves a comprehensive English translation. Thousands of hyperlinked footnotes have also been included for more detailed explanation. NOTE: Most Masechtas already have an English Translation and we will continue to add more with future free updates. AUDIO LECTURES iMishna features audio lectures for every Mishna that can be added or removed from the built-in Download Manager. Lectures are given by Rabbi Rabbi Chaim Brown. MISHNA YOMI There is a built-in Mishna Yomi calculator that allows you to see the day's Mishna with just one touch. Follow the cycle and complete every Mishna in just 6 years. iMishna makes the process portable and easy. KEYWORD SEARCH Use the built-in Hebrew keyboard to search for anything within the 1000s of pages of iMishna. The results will be highlighted for easy access. PRINT & SHARE Print or email almost any content from the app. Ideal for Shabbos learning! (Printing requires an AirPrint compatible printer) Please contact us with suggestions and constructive critique. We are hoping to build iMishna into the perfect application based on community feedback.


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iMishna with English and Audio App Reviews

  • Ok but could be better

    By WhyTheFlipDoINeedANickname
    For basic learning it's OK but navigation needs to be improved. If you are trying to learn the mishna it is very hard to switch back and forth from the english to to the Hebrew. A big bug with English on bottom is it keeps resetting. Scroll Hebrew? English goes back to first mishna. Tap footnote? Back to first mishna. Besides fixing that, I would really prefer this: put one line hebrew and one line English. Ex. Mayaymuhsy koren es shema From when do we read shema The other problem is it does not yet have everything in English, and what is in English, the footnotes have a lot of formatting errors.
  • IMishna

    By Ebkraut
    It needs more translation and uploads for mishniyos, the lay out is nice.
  • IMishna

    By Benzion Halevi
    This is great APP.
  • Very helpful

    By MishnaADay
    I use the app as an English backup to the R Kahati mishnayos that's my primary source. This app often repeats the Kahati explanation. That's impressive. The app is quick to navigate. It's great.
  • Great app

    By Ysc20484917
    I especially love the Hebrew and English version. With in the English commentary there are numbers. You can press on the number and it opens up a beautifully clear commentary on that idea. Love this app!
  • Disappointing and buggy English

    By ABS reader
    Over a year and a half ago I wrote to the developers about a problem, but never heard back aside from being asked my platform and iOS version. I'd be learning one mesechta, but the English translation and footnotes would be for an entirely different one. When I downloaded the new update today I hoped this would be fixed. Unfortunately it is just as bad. I have Arachin open but the translation looks like it's from Kelim! Two stars because from what I can tell there are at least non-buggy (non-English) commentaries.
  • MD

    By Ivan d Horak
    Little bit more intuitive will help, adding commentaries as wel
  • Several new issues:

    By Raphael ben Avraham
    1. Parts of Yoma have no English translation. 2. Many of the footnote links - in all the tractates I have reviewed so far - connect to the wrong footnotes. 3. Would love to have the English for commentaries as well as the mishnayot!
  • Not done yet?

    By Richardf8
    Are we ever going to see English for all of the tractates?
  • Great app

    By Rabbi weiss
    Love this app. Comes in handy!