Alnaseeha is a small and simple application that offers a convenient way to be reminded of saying Azkar prayers. As you can see, it is clearly meant for Muslims that spend a lot of time in front of their computers and risk forgetting to recite their Azkar ("adhkar") remembrance. It will show a pop-up near the tray area every few minutes with the text of a Zekr (Islamic reminder) in Arabic.
Besides its utter simplicity, I like that it allows you to configure how often you want the pop-up to appear. The default is 10 minutes, but you can change it to whatever you want. Unfortunately, the location of the pop-up cannot be altered, so the users that already intensively use the tray area of their desktops will probably be a bit bothered by this application. I would prefer if the shown Zekr text would have the English translation next to it, as not all Muslims speak Arabic.
Other than that, the tool is neat and pretty handy. It will also display and let you adjust the Hijri date. Furthermore, it’s completely free. It represents a great choice for any Muslim that wants to avoid forgetting about the Azkar, and it's also free.
- Lets you change the time frequency when the Zekr pops up
- It's lightweight and resource-friendly
- Lets you view and adjust the Hijri date
- Can not change the location of the pop-up
- The text shown in the pop-up (the Zekr) is only in Arabic