Miraj Stories App for Children Review

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ

If you are looking for a really fun and engaging activity to keep your child occupied whilst they learning about Islam in a beautiful and appealing way then you NEED to download the Miraj Stories App.

Miraj Stories App is the perfect tool to help Muslim parents who want their children to learn and appreciate Islamic values and beliefs in a safe, educational and halal (permissible) way.

What is the Miraj Stories App?

Miraj Stories is an app that is formed of a multimedia library packed with activities for children (and I mean packed, the list of the activities on the app is endless).

What type of content does the app provide?

There is a whole range of activities on the app which are ALL Islamic, inspiring and motivational.

The app contains:

  • Educational Games
    The app is great for entertaining your children whilst they learn about the names of Allah, the Prophets and the Sahabas ( the companions of the prophet Muhammad – may peace & blessings be upon him) and much more.

  • Animations
    Videos of inspiring Muslim heroes and characters that can be great role models for your children.
  • Khutbas (Sermons)
    Videos for kids on social and contemporary topics in society such as racism, kindness, adab (morality) and akhlaaq (manners).
  • Interactive books
    These books put your child at the heart of the action and also enhance their motor skills by clicking, dragging and tracing along as they read.
  • Audiobooks
    Stories from the holy Quran and Hadeeth that are narrated to your children. Children can listen to these stories in their free time, in car journeys or even at bed time.

  • Puzzles
    Children can play by themselves or with others to test their Islamic knowledge.
  • Games
    There are endless fun games to motivate and challenge your children.
  • Arabic learning
    Miraj app is a perfect introduction to the Arabic language, Children can learn how to read, write and pronounce the Arabic letters and numbers correctly.


What are my favourite features of the app?

There are so many features of the app that I love . My favourite is how visually appealing the app is. The app is very easy to use with clear and simple instructions that your child can use independently and of course, I LOVE the fact that it is 100% ad-free.

Children can navigate their way around the app verily easily and they will not need to keep asking you for help. The animations, pictures and videos are NOT over stimulating, yet they are still engaging enough that children can enjoy the app for long periods of time without getting bored.

The Quran recitation is beautiful and clear and there is so much to learn from the app for everyone. Even as an adult, I am learning so much from this app every day .

What ages is the app suitable for?

The app is suitable for children from the ages 4-9 .

How much does the subscription cost?


£3.99 a month
£41.92 a year

Where can I download the app?

You can download from the App Store or Google Play.

Does the App have music?

The app has an option for ‘Music On’ or ‘Music Off’ in the general settings.

Can I use the App without Wi-Fi or data?

Yes. You can download all the activities and use them when you do not have access to the internet.

Summary

Overall this is a great app, Mashallah. I would definitely rate it 5 stars. It is a visually-appealing app that is not overly stimulating. It is clear to use. It is inspirational. Your child can learn about Islam in a fun way and engaging way and it is much, much better than having your child sat in front of YouTube or the X-box for hours. Would absolutely recommend to all Muslim parents who have young children.

For more information please go to the Miraj stories website

https://mirajstories.com/ OR visit their Instagram page.

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