Users can click the Pray Now command in the Tray menu to lock the computer during prayer time. The Tray menu also provides a link to recorded recitations of selected Ayaats and Suras. The program supports the Standard and Hanafi juristic methods and a variety of ways to calculate sunrise and sunset. The neatly organized application window displays seven clocks: one for the current time and six for the prayer times. The main window also includes a simple graphic helping users orient themselves toward Mecca from anywhere in the world, as well as a timer that counts down to the next prayer time.
Happily, the program doesn't take much system memory while operating. Straightforward and helpful, Salaat Time could be a useful daily tool for observant Muslims.
Salaat Time is a multifunction / multilingual Islamic application that calculates the prescribed five daily Muslim prayer times, as well as graphical Qiblah direction for anywhere in the world. It includes a full-month perpetual Hijri-Gregorian calendar with complete forward/backward navigation which highlights important Islamic dates and moon phases. Also an optional full-screen mode with Iqama times and moon phases for use at home or in Masjids. Salaat Time rests in the system tray and at the prescribed times the Athan sounds and/or displays visual alerts.
Other features: very easy to use; selecting from a variety of included Athans and Iqamas or using your own; setting a different Athan at each prayer or using random mode; discreet visual alerts such as balloon tips, tray flash; Quran recitation of selected Suras; dynamic graphical interface for time until next prayer; exporting/printing prayer times; optional before and after reminders; daily, monthly and yearly prayer time views; multilingual module, select from Arabic, English, French or by loading a language file; export prayer schedule to calendars using the Oulook CSV format; Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) support and more.