Prayer Times in Current Location

The Muslim and Quran Prayer Times Mobile Application for Android and iOS offers precise and exact Salah times for millions of locations across the globe. Download the mobile application from Google Play or the Apple App Store to access accurate and timely prayer times. Users can also find daily salat times for Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha through the Muslim and Quran website. You can visit the country listing page to look up and select your location or allow your device to access your current location to access relevant prayer times. 

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Ramadan 1445 - Shawwal 1445

April 2024
April Ramadan Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha Qiyam
01 Mon 22 05:39 06:54 13:14 16:48 19:34 20:49 01:14
02 Tue 23 05:37 06:52 13:13 16:49 19:35 20:50 01:14
03 Wed 24 05:35 06:51 13:13 16:49 19:36 20:52 01:13
04 Thu 25 05:34 06:49 13:13 16:49 19:37 20:53 01:13
05 Fri 26 05:32 06:47 13:12 16:50 19:38 20:54 01:13
06 Sat 27 05:30 06:46 13:12 16:50 19:39 20:55 01:13
07 Sun 28 05:28 06:44 13:12 16:50 19:40 20:56 01:12
08 Mon 29 05:27 06:43 13:12 16:51 19:41 20:57 01:12
09 Tue 30 05:25 06:41 13:11 16:51 19:42 20:59 01:12
April Shawwal
10 Wed 01 05:23 06:40 13:11 16:51 19:43 21:00 01:11
11 Thu 02 05:22 06:38 13:11 16:52 19:44 21:01 01:11
12 Fri 03 05:20 06:37 13:11 16:52 19:45 21:02 01:11
13 Sat 04 05:18 06:35 13:10 16:52 19:46 21:03 01:11
14 Sun 05 05:16 06:34 13:10 16:52 19:47 21:05 01:10
15 Mon 06 05:15 06:32 13:10 16:53 19:48 21:06 01:10
16 Tue 07 05:13 06:31 13:10 16:53 19:49 21:07 01:10
17 Wed 08 05:11 06:30 13:09 16:53 19:50 21:08 01:10
18 Thu 09 05:10 06:28 13:09 16:53 19:51 21:09 01:10
19 Fri 10 05:08 06:27 13:09 16:54 19:52 21:11 01:09
20 Sat 11 05:06 06:25 13:09 16:54 19:53 21:12 01:09
21 Sun 12 05:05 06:24 13:09 16:54 19:54 21:13 01:09
22 Mon 13 05:03 06:23 13:08 16:54 19:55 21:14 01:09
23 Tue 14 05:01 06:21 13:08 16:55 19:56 21:16 01:09
24 Wed 15 05:00 06:20 13:08 16:55 19:57 21:17 01:08
25 Thu 16 04:58 06:19 13:08 16:55 19:58 21:18 01:08
26 Fri 17 04:57 06:17 13:08 16:55 19:58 21:19 01:08
27 Sat 18 04:55 06:16 13:07 16:56 19:59 21:21 01:08
28 Sun 19 04:53 06:15 13:07 16:56 20:00 21:22 01:08
29 Mon 20 04:52 06:14 13:07 16:56 20:01 21:23 01:08
30 Tue 21 04:50 06:12 13:07 16:56 20:02 21:25 01:07

Find Prayer Times for Your Location with the Muslim and Quran Mobile App

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Setup Your Account 

Once you have identified our mobile application, download it and register yourself on it by creating an account. While registering, the app will ask will ask permission to access your current location in addition to other relevant information. Make sure to enable your phone settings to allow the app to access your current location. 

Find Precise Prayer Times for Your Location 

The app will make use of your location data to provide precise information about Salah Timings for your location. However, if you don't register an account, even then, the mobile app will detect your current location by default and display the Salah Timings accordingly. 

Whenever you open the Muslim and Quran App on your mobile device, it will display the time of the current and upcoming Salah by default. For detailed information, tap the button "Prayer Timings" on the homepage. It will take you to a page where the prayer times of the five daily prayers for your current location for the current date are displayed. Your location will be displayed at the top of this page. Users also have the option to see the prayer timings for a different date. You can use the left and right arrow keys to navigate between different dates as desired. 

Find Prayer Times for a Different Location 

If you need to see the Salah Timings for a location other than your own, do the following:

  1. Go to the app's homepage.
  2. The name of your current location will appear at the top of the screen; tap it.
  3. A search bar will appear with the title "Search Location."
  4. Type the name of the desired city in the search box and click on the name of the city. 
  5. Go back to the homepage. Now, the Salah Timings of that particular location will be displayed on the homepage. 

The option is available for downloading and sharing the Salah Schedule for your current location as well as any other location. Get the Muslim and Quran Prayer Times App and offer your Salah at the appropriate and correct timings for your location. 

Find Prayer Times for Your Location with the Muslim and Quran Website

If you wish to find prayer times for your location through your desktop computer, the Muslim and Quran website, muslimandquran.com, is the premier option. The prayer times of Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib and Isha for your location on the date are promptly displayed on the homepage, along with the sunrise and sunset times. 

Location Enabled 

To get prayer times for your location, make sure you allow the website access to your location. To do this, click the settings icon at the top left corner of the address bar. If you allow the website permission to access your location, the site will display Salah Timings for your location by default. For example, if you open the website in New York, the site will display the prayer times of the 5 daily prayers in New York. If you travel for a conference to Dallas and open the website while in Dallas, it will automatically display the prayer times as per Dallas.  

Location Not Enabled

You can still find the prayer times in your location even if you do not want to give the website access to your location. Go to the Country Listing webpage on the website, select the Country of your choice, and then the city of your choice. You will instantly get the exact timings of each of the five daily prayers on your screen. You can download and print the same if you need to. Millions of cities are listed here, and you can find the prayer times of any city.

Salah in Islam 

Prayer or Salah is the most important pillar of Islam after the testament of faith (Shahadah). Out of the five pillars of Islam, Salah is the one that has been mentioned repeatedly in the Quran. There are more than 65 verses in different Surahs of the Quran, where the believers are urged to ensure the performance of Salah, such as verses 3, 4, 43, 45, 83, 110, 153, 177, 238, 239, and 277 of Surah AL-Baqarah. Similarly, there are many verses in Surah An-Nisa, Al-Maidah, Al-An'am, Al-Ar'af, and more. These multiple references to salah in the Quran reflect the importance of Salah in Islamic theology. 

While the Quran emphasizes the importance of maintaining the practice of regular prayer, it simultaneously describes its virtues and impact on the life of a Muslim. In addition to the Quran, the importance of Salah is also mentioned in many Hadiths, as well. Hadith 528 of Sahih Al-Bukhari describes the importance of Salah as follows:

Narrated Abu Huraira: I heard Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) saying, "If there was a river at the door of anyone of you and he took a bath in it five times a day, would you notice any dirt on him?" They said, "Not a trace of dirt would be left." The Prophet (ﷺ) added, "That is the example of the five prayers with which Allah blots out (annuls) evil deeds."

Virtues and Benefits of Salah 

The virtues and benefits of Salah or prayer are enormous. Some of those are listed here. 

  • It helps us avoid sins
  • It brings us close to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَى)
  • It strengthens our faith (Imaan)
  • It is a rich source of forgiveness
  • It is a source of spiritual purification for a Muslim
  • It keeps us on the right path and brings discipline to our life

Five Prayers a Day

Offering the five daily salahs is obligatory for Muslims. The five prayers a day were made obligatory for the Muslims during the historical journey of Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) to the heavens during the night of Isra (Meraj). During his ascension to the heavens on the night of Isra, Allah commanded the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) that five daily prayers are mandatory for all Muslims. This has been mentioned in Hadith 349 of Sahih Al-Bukhari in detail. It is mentioned in this hadith that initially, fifty daily prayers were Commanded by Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَتَعَالَى), but at the request of Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ), the number of daily prayers was reduced to five. 

Timings of the Five Daily Prayers 

The five prayers Muslims must offer daily are Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha. Although there is no specific mention of the times of five prayers in the Quran, there are some verses that describe the timings of the Salah as under. 

Verse 114 of Surah Hud points towards the Fajr, Maghrib, and Isha prayers.

Establish prayer ˹O Prophet˺ at both ends of the day and in the early part of the night. Surely, good deeds wipe out evil deeds. That is a reminder for the mindful.

Verses 39 and 40 of Surah Qaf describes the Fajr, Asr, and Isha Prayers.

So be patient ˹O, Prophet˺ with what they say. And glorify the praises of your Lord before sunrise and before sunset. And glorify Him during part of the night and after the prayers.

Verses 17 and 18 of Surah Al-Rum point towards the Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, and Maghrib Prayers.

So, glorify Allah in the evening and the morning. All praise is for Him in the heavens and the earth—as well as in the afternoon and at noon.

So, a collective description of these verses specifies the timings of the five obligatory prayers a day: the Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha Prayers. 

Importance of Offering Prayers at the Correct Time 

Muslims must offer salah at the correct time. Moreover, it is preferable for Muslims to offer their salah as early as possible rather than delaying the salah. The importance of offering salah on time is evident from the following hadith: 

Narrated `Abdullah: I asked the Prophet (ﷺ) "Which deed is the dearest to Allah?" He replied, "To offer the prayers at their early stated fixed times. (Hadith 527 of Sahih Al-Bukhari)

Hence, offering prayers at appropriate times, and that too at the earliest time, is very important. That's why the timings of the five daily prayers need to be observed strictly. The timings of prayers are associated with the movement of the sun; for example, Fajr has to be offered before sunrise, and Maghrib needs to be done at the time of sunset. 

But the sunrise and sunset times are different for each location, City, or town. That makes it even more important for us to ensure that we offer prayers strictly as per the local timings of sunrise and sunset. Download the Muslim and Quran Mobile Application for prayer times notifications and never miss your salah again.

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