Got a Blackberry or some other internet enabled mobile device? Want to keep up with your Jewish knowledge whenever you are on the go? Well, iDaven.com is an essential resource to access through your device as it contains everything prayers for morning, afternoon and evening as well as for eating.
There's no charge or costs associated with accessing the information, other than whatever you pay for accessing data on the move and with many mobile networks offering free net access as part of a monthly package there's really on excuse in not being able to access the IDaven service.
One regular user of the service told Daily Jews of her move from paper book to electronic: "It is a godsend to me on the subway or at work, now people on the train think I am crack berrying away, instead of "that crazy religious Jew girl reading from the Hebrew book".
iDaven is a brilliant service for anyone who wants to get online access to their prayers, though the majority of information is in Hebrew, though there are plans to offer more language translations.
For more information: www.idaven.com