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Muslim Pro is a utility and information application related to the religion of Islam. The Muslim Pro application is developed and published by Bitsmedia Pte Ltd for and on behalf of Muslim Pro Limited. Muslim Pro Limited and Bitsmedia Pte Ltd are not affiliated with and do not support any particular political organisation, sect, ideology or denomination.


Muslim Pro Limited and Bitsmedia Pte Ltd cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the content and information provided on this application. Whilst every effort is taken to ensure high standards and quality for the content and information provided within this application, Muslim Pro Limited and Bitsmedia Pte Ltd cannot be held responsible for any personal loss, damage or crisis sustained as a result of using this application. The information provided in this application is not intended to replace any official information provided by your local mosque or any other religious authority.


Advertisement banners are provided and filtered by the leading mobile advertisement platforms including Google Admob, InMobi, Facebook, Apple iAd, etc... We apologize for any ad banner which may have offended you or which you believe is not aligned with the content and purpose of this application.


Halal places and Mosques location data are retrieved through the Google Maps API. Users of this application are agreeing to be bound by Google’s Terms of Service and Google Privacy Policy.

The text copy of the Quran and its translations are carefully produced, highly verified and continuously monitored by a group of specialists in the Tanzil Project. More info at

The audio recitations of the Quran recorded by Saad Al-Ghamdi, Abdul Basit Abdus Samad, Mishari Rashid al-Afasy and Ibrahim Walk are, to the best of our knowledge, in the public domain.

The adhan audio recording available in this application are, to the best of our knowledge, in the public domain. 

The audio recording of the 99 names of Allah (swt) is extracted from a Malaysian TV3 recording available on YouTube (Music Director: Bazli Unic)

The compilation of supplications (doas) featured in this application is extracted from the "Hisnul Muslim" book authored by Sa'eed ibn Ali ibn Wahf al-Qahtaani (14th century). The original text and its translations are available at


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