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This application contains a collection of Adhan melodious voice that would remind us all to worship Allah.
This application allows you to listen, set as alarm and set as ringtone of prayer.

1. Set Adhan sound as a ringtone
2. Set Adhan sound the call to prayer as Notifications
3. Set Adhan sound the alarm to sound the call to prayer as Waking to the dawn or as a reminder of Salat
4. Listen to the world's best Athan
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The azhan (Arabic: أَذَان‎ [ʔaˈðaːn]), (or azan as pronounced in Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan, ezan in Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Kosovo, azon in Uzbekistan, and baang in some regions of Pakistan, Kurdistan, India, and Aceh, Indonesia) is the Islamic call to worship, recited by the muezzin at prescribed times of the day. The root of the word is ʾadhina أَذِنَ meaning "to listen, to hear, be informed about". Another derivative of this word is ʾudhun (أُذُن), meaning "ear".

Azhan is called out by a muezzin from the mosque five times a day, traditionally from the minaret, summoning Muslims for mandatory (fard) worship (salat). A second call, known as iqama, (set up) then summons Muslims to line up for the beginning of the prayers. The main purpose behind the multiple loud pronouncements of adhan in every mosque is to make available to everyone an easily intelligible summary of Islamic belief. It is intended to bring to the mind of every believer and non-believer the substance of Islamic beliefs, or its spiritual ideology. In modern times, loudspeakers have been installed on minarets for this purpose.

The adhan recites the Takbir (God is great) followed by the Shahada (There is no god but Allah, Muhammad is the messenger of Allah). This statement of faith, called the Kalimah, is the first of the Five Pillars of Islam.

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