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26/03/2006
Praying Jews on the go by: Leslie Bunder
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iDaven
iDaven

The printed siddur is set to be overtaken by the electronic siddur to be used on an iPod as the way to pray when you are on the move.

iDaven from Davka Corporation offers a full siddur of prays to keep you going throughout the day from morning through to night. And before meals and after them.

Of course, if you are frum you wouldn't want to use it at Friday night dinner when a more traditional print bencher would be more appropriate but for at least 90% of time, you can get out your iPod and use it as the basis to help get you through the day.

"Carrying a prayer book around in a briefcase or purse isn't always easy or practical," said Susan Schwartz, president of Davka Corporation. "But now that these prayers are available in Hebrew on an iPod, keeping to a Jewish religious lifestyle is so much more convenient."

iDaven is suitable for iPod Nano, iPod Photo or 5th generation iPod.

For more information: www.davka.com

 
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