With Chanukah (aka Hanukkah) coming up again (Thursday night, December 11, 2020), the Saber Team has rolled out a brand new update for The Chanukah App. The Chanukah App will help you celebrate Hanukkah in style, and using the latest technology.
The Chanukah App is loaded with new and exciting features.
The app adds an extra candle to the Main Page each night of Chanukah. From the Home Screen you can also navigate to the counter, the blessings in 7 languages , picture sharing options, tutorials, and social sharing integration.
The app is compatible with the latest IOS and iPhone devices, and almost all android devices.
The android link for the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ertsoft.chanukah&hl=en
The IOS link for the app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/chanukah-guide-jewish-holiday/id735518901?mt=8
What do you think about the Chanukah Guide App? Tell us in the comments below!
This app was named by the Jewish App Review as the #1 Hannukah App of 2014. This Chanukah App was featured in Forbes, Collive, Crownheights.info, Chabadinfo.com, and the Jewish App Review.
The Chanukah Guide has ranked in the Top 100 Charts in over 15 countries and gets thousands of downloads during the Chanukah Season. Online blogs and news outlets are also featuring/mentioning this app.
Thousands of users across the world have downloaded the app so far. The feedback that we’ve received has been tremendous.
The Saber Team is planning a complete overhaul of the graphics and functionality of the Chanukah App. We hope that it will finished before Chanukah of 2021. Our plans are also to fix up the Dreidel game and make it more interactive and also to add more Chanukah Games. Stay tuned to find out more.
We would love to extend an invitation to our users to send us some of the their positive ideas for any future updates. Some of our best functionalities and features have come from user-base. You can fill out the contact form.
A dreidel is a spinning top with four sides. Each player takes his turn by spinning the top. The Dreidel determines the outcome of the player’s move. A player that spins a “Nun” (gets nothing), “Gimmel” (wins everything), “Hay” (receives half), “Shin” (puts into the pot). Players can play for money, candy, tokens etc…
The Dreidel represents the game that the Jews pretended to play in order to disguise the fact that they were learning Torah, an act outlawed by the Greeks. Chanukah celebrates the Jewish victory against the Greek oppression.
The app has a dreidel that can take the place of a real (wooden or metal) dreidel. You can activate the dreidel by putting both fingers on the app and spinning (in either direction). The animated dreidel will spin and then randomly generate one of the faces of the dreidel. We coded the dreidel to generate the answers without any order or pattern.
Feel free to give it a whirl!