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Articles tagged as Apps

  • New Meditation App Targeting the Heart

    ISKCON Bhaktivedanta Manor has just made a meditation app available on iTunes and Playstore. It has been designed for an unfamiliar audience and features Sandipani Muni, Ghanashyam Priya and Jahnavi. It's an honest and free app. After beginning with guided generic meditations it introduces our unique contribution in the section named heart. 

  • Study Finds Religious Apps Help User Practice Mobile Faith

    A recent study of religious mobile applications from five major world religions provides insights into common types, purpose and use of religious apps.

  • Bhaktivedanta Vedabase Is Available as iPad App
    The complete Bhaktivedanta Vedabase is now available on the Apple Store (iTunes) with full search function. This version is for iOS operated devices, like iPad.
  • Buddhify Web App Promotes Calmer Urban Experience

    A Glasgow-based entrepreneur and digital innovator has launched a new web application for iPhone and Android smart phones intended to help people on the go learn to cope better with some of the struggles of city life.

  • First ISKCON-produced Film On Odyssey Networks

    On October 29th, 2011, Odyssey Networks has released the first three minute ISKCON-produced cell phone film The God Above The Quicksand featuring Radhanath Swami. It is available for the viewers on the Call on Faith app.

  • ISKCON Produces Videos for Odyssey Networks’ iPhone App
    With smartphone applications currently one of the hottest and most dynamically developing ways of distributing content, ISKCON is getting on board. And within a few weeks, people will be able to watch the first Krishna conscious videos on their iPhones at home, during a break from work or school, or while commuting on the bus or train.
  • Smartphones Make Religion Mobile

    Bible quotes, Torah chants and Buddhist prayer wheels can all be accessed on the go following an increase in faith-based phone apps.

  • Is ISKCON Devotee’s “Angry Birds Yoga” Set to Go Viral?
    The insanely popular mobile game “Angry Birds” has been used as the basis for an essay explaining Krishna conscious philosophy, with the blessings of the game’s creator Peter Vesterbacka. And the idea of “Angry Birds Yoga” looks like it could take off.
  • Srila Prabhupada Chants Hare Krishna on New iPhone App
    An iPhone application released this February called Relaxing Sounds of Nature features ISKCON founder Srila Prabhupada chanting the Hare Krishna mantra as one of its relaxing background sounds options. The software developers, Red Hammer, have also included the Hare Krishna mantra in several of their other apps, including aids for meditation, and even one called “Quick Sleep” for helping people to doze off.