Ibless Food App Reviews

By AA Rosenbaum Services Ltd.

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Ibless Food app review

Ibless Food App Info

  • 9 Ratings
  • Price: $4.99
  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Updated: Sep 22 2019
  • Version: 2.5.1
  • Size: 17.86 MB
  • Seller: AA Rosenbaum Services Ltd.
  • © AA Rosenbaum Services Ltd.

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Customer Reviews of the Ibless Food App

Great jewish app

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Poka boy's Review of Ibless Food

Reviewed on 9/22/19 1:50 PM

What would be a nice feature would be a way fir me to add my own foods for example: a nature valley bar, or a specific kind of foof , or even a family dish. This would be very useful and this way you wouldnt have to constantly update the app with new foods we would just simply add them ( and also english translations of the brachos) thank you

Wonderful

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Bigtime1981's Review of Ibless Food

Reviewed on 9/22/19 1:50 PM

This is a great app. When my wife makes a new food I dont even have to ask what brocha, I just pull out my ipod and find outright away!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!!!!

Great app!

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App-optosis's Review of Ibless Food

Reviewed on 9/22/19 1:50 PM

B"H This is a great app for beginners and experienced benchers alike. It has a very helpful explanation of what brachas to make before and after. The song along feature has helped me to learn the birkat hamazon. Excellent app. I use it daily.

ibless food

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sjs1949's Review of Ibless Food

Reviewed on 9/22/19 1:50 PM

Great. Does both the jobs I need. I can double check the blessing on any food that I (or my family) may be unsure. Also gives my kids a chance to play a useful and educational game. Keep it up!

Awesome!

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miriammichelle's Review of Ibless Food

Reviewed on 9/22/19 1:50 PM

Just needs English with the pronunciation and it would be perfect.

Precise, user-friendly, multiple language options LOVE IT

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Leki2011's Review of Ibless Food

Reviewed on 9/22/19 1:50 PM

best on the market- worth every penny/cent/shekel- keep up the good work - hope to see future options on Ashkenazi/Sephardic options

The Brachot (Brochus) Bee Booklet hits the 21st Century

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akrasna's Review of Ibless Food

Reviewed on 9/22/19 1:50 PM

For me personally - I don't think I will come across and food on a typical day and not know its Bracha/Blessing (quite a limited group of foods :) ) - but I think the quiz mode is great - to get kids and adults to learn the Brachot - We already had a family quiz night on the I-touch So if you need help figuring out Brachot and or you want to have really cool "Ipod Brachot Flash Cards" I think it is a great prodcut.

Needs more items

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Ajb 2's Review of Ibless Food

Reviewed on 9/22/19 1:50 PM

The concept is good. The app works well. I've just been running into dead ends. I got this app specifically for those food items I'm not sure about on the go. I thought this would replace the brachot book I have. I still find the book superior. If this app increased it's database and added a "learn more" feature to explain certain topics (like why bananas are ha'adama) regarding the food item chosen then it would be a five star app. Also the conditions for Brachot, like if the food is considered a meal or not, could be better outlined.

iBless

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noodnick's Review of Ibless Food

Reviewed on 9/22/19 1:50 PM

It would be very helpful to also have the English translation of each prayer, so one could understand what one is saying, and to be able to learn the differences (in English) among the various types of food blessings. It would also be helful to learn WHY a particular food belongs in a certain category (for example, why the blessing for tomato is ha-adama, when it grows on a vine, and why the blessing for grapes is ha-etz, when it clearly grows on vines).