Al-Anvar

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Al-Anvar
Al-Anvar icon
Developer(s) S.H.Hoseini
Initial release February 18, 2012; 2 years ago (2012-02-18)
Stable release 0.3.5 / April 15, 2012; 2 years ago (2012-04-15)
Written in C++, JavaScript
Platform Cross-platform
Available in Arabic, English, Persian
Type Quran, religious texts
License GPLv2
Website al-anvar.sourceforge.net

Al-Anvar is cross-platform Quran study software. As its database, it uses Tanzil.net and Zekr.

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Features[edit]

It has many features:

  • Text of the Quran
  • Adding different Quran translations
  • Adding Quran interpretation
  • Direct download and install for translations and interpretations and so on through program
  • Comparison between translations
  • Comparison between interpretations
  • Putting note in the following of each verse
  • Classifying the subject for Quran verses; with classifying the subject possibility by user
  • Repeated verses
  • Related verses in terms of subject
  • Reading Quran online (with storing downloaded files) and offline by different readers of the Quran from website http://everyayah.com
  • Repeat adjustment of reading of verses
  • Reading verses in the range of a chapter (sura), division, or component.
  • Advanced search
  • Presenting chapters or chapters on different tabs
  • Saving with HTML, PDF and ODF formats
  • Changing the font and color and size of the text and translations of the Quran and also font, style and themes of software separately

Translations available[edit]

  1. Albanian
  2. Azerbaijani
  3. Bengali
  4. Bosnian
  5. Bulgarian
  6. Chinese
  7. Czech
  8. Divehi
  9. Dutch
  10. English
  11. French
  12. German
  13. Hausa
  14. Hindi
  15. Indonesian
  16. Italian
  17. Japanese
  18. Korean
  19. Kurdish
  20. Malay
  21. Malayalam
  22. Malayalam
  23. Norwegian
  24. Persian
  25. Polish
  26. Portuguese
  27. Romanian
  28. Russian
  29. Sindhi
  30. Somali
  31. Spanish
  32. Swahili
  33. Swedish
  34. Tajik
  35. Tamil
  36. Tatar
  37. Thai
  38. Turkish
  39. Urdu
  40. Uyghur
  41. Uzbek

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