Siddur Hd For Ipad App Reviews

By RustyBrick, Inc.

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Siddur Hd For Ipad app review

Siddur Hd For Ipad App Info

  • 74 Ratings
  • Price: $19.99
  • Category: Reference
  • Updated: Nov 22 2019
  • Version: 7.5.0
  • Size: 32.99 MB
  • Seller: RustyBrick, Inc.
  • © RustyBrick, Inc.

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Customer Reviews of the Siddur Hd For Ipad App

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Yodden's Review of Siddur Hd For Ipad

Reviewed on 11/22/19 1:03 PM

The app freezes and asks if I want to copy it tooooooo much! Please turn it off in your next update or at least give us the option to turn it off. Please please please!!! Other than that it is great!!!

This is the best siddur application ever!

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Koorosh B's Review of Siddur Hd For Ipad

Reviewed on 11/22/19 1:03 PM

The customer service is just as great as the application. I use the English and Hebrew side by side and it is just wonderful. All the extra features and the calendar add ons are unbelievable. Thank you for this wonderful program. It is worth every penny and then some!

Great

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Super Shmuely's Review of Siddur Hd For Ipad

Reviewed on 11/22/19 1:03 PM

Great app!

Good but could be great

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WVDavener's Review of Siddur Hd For Ipad

Reviewed on 11/22/19 1:03 PM

App is great! Only things missing that would make it five stars for me would be the following: - ability to change the "page background" to sepia or some other option that reminds me of an actual book (plus early in the morning Shari's the monitor can be hard on your eyes - compass/mizrach that actually worked - "page flip" that actually worked - regular zoom in/zoom out functionality...it is a bit delayed and you have to do it multiple times for the slightest tweaks

Best Siddur App. Nothing else comes close.

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Texas Kids's Review of Siddur Hd For Ipad

Reviewed on 11/22/19 1:03 PM

Fantastic customer service. RustyBrick provides lighting fast responses to questions. I use this app 6 days a week.

Best

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drpapa5's Review of Siddur Hd For Ipad

Reviewed on 11/22/19 1:03 PM

Superb application. Everything you need in one place. Automatically adjusts to the prayers needed that day. Creators very responsive to requests.

Great app, but pricey

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Micshot's Review of Siddur Hd For Ipad

Reviewed on 11/22/19 1:03 PM

The app is well designed but it’s not a paperback but costs the same. I have the iPad and iPhone edition and between the two and the English addins I’ve spent, $56. I get paying twice for it on two devices but to pay for the same English upgrade twice? It’s digital. It’s greedy. Most stuff from rusty brick is expensive, I used to get the Talmud through it till Sefaria came out for free...

The Artscroll of the iPhone/iPad Siddurs

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iramgrossman's Review of Siddur Hd For Ipad

Reviewed on 11/22/19 1:03 PM

I use both the iPhone and iPad editions. When Davening away from Shul or home, I rely on my iPhone or iPad version of the Rusty Brick siddur. It is convenient and easy to use. I also appreciate the Zmanim and Luach features, and the find the closest minyans to where I am located using the GPS feature of my iPhone. The iPad version is very well laid out and uses a very clear font. Rusty Brick regularly improves both apps and I appreciate their diligence.

Siddur

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YochQ's Review of Siddur Hd For Ipad

Reviewed on 11/22/19 1:03 PM

I just love this app! I had a question and the response to my email came within minutes, answered my question and I was good to go. Highly recommended.

Slapdash type

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Lexington MA's Review of Siddur Hd For Ipad

Reviewed on 11/22/19 1:03 PM

This app is a terrible nuisance, very difficult to read. The nikkud and taamim (the vocalization and cantillation marks) are not properly positioned on the letters, making everything difficult to decipher. It's easier to daven by memory than read the words from the screen. Haven't they ever heard of OpenType? I'd like to get my money back . . .