We’ve been knowing Miraj Stories for its Audio Books since 2016. We reviewed it here. Nowadays, Miraj Stories has evolved into a whole new level of Muslim kids’ app. It launched in 2018 as the first halal app for tech-savvy Muslim kids. Aimed for 4 to 9-year-olds, this app is available for iOS and Android mobile devices.
Miraj Stories has a lot of features that would engage kids and educate them in a fun way. The illustrations have unique styles and simple shapes that capture kids’ imagination. It also has a well-balanced color palette that pleasing the eyes.
The free version of this app has some features you can try, but by subscribing you can access the whole contents which are regularly updated. Let’s turn our children’s screentime to be purposeful and beneficial by using Miraj Stories.
In this list, they offer an interactive education story to learn about Asmaul Husna, Arabic Letter, Al-Qaswa, and Isra Miraj Story.
They offer a wide variety of games. There are puzzles and memorization games that engage children by making them involved in the story. For example, “Kamal the Kangaroo makes Wudu” asked children to wake Kamal up for his fajr prayer. There’s also a game that invites your kids to stay healthy by exercising and doing Karate. Hi-yah! It motivates kids to do work out during this pandemic time
The videos not only consist of Islamic educational stories but also some khutbah and kid’s favorite nasheed by Zain Bikha.
- Picture Book
The picture book has a feature like swiping the real book. There is also in-app narrator feature that helps read the story. Some of the books even sing a nasheed when we move the pages
Just like books, audiobooks can be taken anywhere. Via audio, children can learn to use their imagination – adding mood, drama, and excitement to the story. Children can improve their comprehensive skills, literacy skills, and learn proper pronunciation by stories from the Quran.
- Quran and Hadith
Not only stories that are based on the Quran and Hadith, but there are also collections of short surahs from the Quran recited by Husni Hammuda.
- Prophet Podcast
In this list, they have a collection of Prophets stories based on the Quran. They retell the story in a way that kids would enjoy.
- Muslim Heroes
This feature consists of a podcast compilation of Muslim hero stories. Miraj Stories wants to introduce and bring inspirational Muslim heroes to life.
- Learn to be a Muslim
This feature consists of the khutbah and games that teach wudu, fast, and pray.
- Learn Arabic
There are various games to learn Arabic letters and numbers with eye-catching illustrations.
- Name of Allah
This feature consists of interactive stories. They made the story relatable for kids to teach kids how to use Asmaul Husna in daily life and rely on their problem to God.
We had so much fun experiencing the Miraj Stories. We ensure it is a must-have app that Muslim parents need to download. Check out the Miraj Stories on the apple store and the google play store!