The Saber Team is proud to present the latest addition to their suite of Jewish Apps, the Chitas Guide.
The Chitas Guide, funded in memory of Shaina Bracha Bas Shmuel, was developed in order to help motivate the studying of Chitas (Chumash with Rashi, Tanya, and Rambam). The app is currently still in its early version. More updates expected soon.
A part of this app was raised by the backers of the Go Fund Me Campaign in memory of Shaina Bracha Bas Shmuel.
To download the app, click the IOS icon or the Android icon:
We anticipate a web version of this application is the far future, but for now, it’s only available on mobile devices.
The objective of the app is to test the comprehension of the daily Chitas Lessons.
“It is our hope that our users will put more of an emphasis on the understanding of the daily chitas if they know that they are being quizzed on the material” – Shmuel Aber
So far, the writers have created content for the Chumash and Rashi section of Chitas. The hope is to roll out content for Tanya and Rambam by 2019.
The first update of the app, slotted for early November 2016 contained the entire Bereishis. The update released on October 2017 contains the entire Torah aside for Devarim. The questions for the book of Devarim was included in July 2018 update.
This app is still in a beta version. All feedback is greatly appreciated.
You can reach out to the Saber Team and tell them your thoughts. They are also keen to hear all corrections and comments. They do read the emails that get sent but due to the volume of incoming emails, they will only answer the emails that require a response.
God willing, a new update is slated for August 2018. Here are the updates that are planned for Chitas Guide 3.01:
The Saber Team have also created many other Jewish applications, many of which have been featured throughout the press and social media. Among the more famous applications are the Tefillin Guide, Chanukah App, and the Mezuzah App.
Here are some of the other Jewish Applications created by the Saber Team:
Click the links to read more about the respective Jewish apps.
Use the links below to download the app to your mobile device. Please note that this program is only available on handheld devices and is not yet compatible with the desktop computer.
Please feel free to leave us feedback, comments or corrections. Our team of writers and editors are continuously updating the questions. If you catch something that should be brought to our attention, please leave us a comment below.