Qur’an and Me Journal is an app based on the famous and well-loved book, Qur'an And Me. The app inspires its users to take a journey through the Quran (verse-by-verse), reflect on Allah’s words and apply the teachings to their daily lives. It encourages and facilitates the need to direct your mind, body and soul towards gratitude as you transform into a healthier, happier and reflective you.
“There are moments in life when you read some Ayahs (verses) in the Quran, and they seem to have been revealed precisely for your needs at those moments. You have read them a hundred times before, but only now have your life experiences prepared you to understand them…. Keep a Quran journal of these moments when certain verses click and become real in your life.”
The MYNA (Muslim Youth of North America)
The app opens onto an onboarding tutorial on how to use the app through different stages.
Scroll to find an ayah that resonates with you and your mood at the moment or pick a random ayah to ponder on.
Choose from over 100 inspirations curated for you to reflect on. Get iman boosts from hadiths and motivational quotes that will inspire and guide you towards growth and self-development.
This is where you would record your reflections on a recited ayah and go a step further to record some personal action plans to act on your chosen verses. The journal page is split into two sections;
You can customise your journal page by adding desired pictures from your files or taking new ones to suit your mood or match your reflections.
Al-Qur'an is the Miracle of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and the goal of the revelation of the Quran is; to ponder over its verses. Allah says:
“(This is) a book (the Qur’an) which We have sent down to you, full of blessings that they may ponder over its verses, and that men of understanding may remember.” (Surah As-Sad 38:29)
"Has the time not come for those who have believed that their hearts should become humbly submissive at the remembrance of Allah and what has come down of the truth?" (Surah Al-Hadid, 57:16)
The heart needs contemplation, and in this age of increasing distractions, Qur'an and Me Journal humbly aims to facilitate that need. We pray this humble effort benefits you and we ask Allah (Exalted is He) to accept it from you and us. Ameen.
‘’And We have certainly made the Qur’an easy to remember. So, is there anyone who will be mindful?’’ (Qamar, 54:17)
“If the Qur’an is eternally valid, and if it is addressing you today, then you must take every message as something which is totally and urgently relevant to your life and concerns, whether it be a value or norm, a statement or piece of knowledge, a character or dialogue, a promise or a warning, a command or a prohibition.”
from Way to the Qur’an by Khurram Murad, pages 43-44
“Finally, a digital Qur’an journal, wow! I will so pour my ponderings onto this, starting with my favourite ayah - Iyyaka Na'budu Wa Iyyaka Nastaeen! “Oh my, it is really about The Qur’an and Meeee - I love it!”
Khadijah M. M
“Aww beautiful ma sha Allah, it’s a really lovely app. I will definitely use this app and dedicate a quiet moment each day to reflect. It is so easy to use. Maa sha Allah tabarakallah, may Allah swt reward you all on the day of Al Hisaab (day of reckoning). Aamin”
“Q&M helps me document my thoughts whether after salah or on the go – I particularly like that it’s available for me anytime when I get an inspiration and can’t access my book! I like that I can focus on specific ayahs and reflect on what it means to me and how I want to further my learning on the Qur’an.”
“Qur’an and Me is a very useful app which allows me to organise my notes and come back to reflect on them whenever I feel like it. There are also lots of colours to choose from, which makes my layout look nice and not plain. It is also really easy to find different surahs from the Qur’an and the recital that you can play is beautiful and really clear and easy to read along with. There are loads of inspirations to read from and reflect on. Overall, this is a really amazing app and a great place to keep hundreds of journal entries!”