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iPhone app gets rid of chametz
New York-based company launches application which helps Jews worldwide search for, destroy and sell their leavened products ahead of Passover
Well, we already knew there was an app for pretty much everything under the sun, but this one takes (nay – gets rid of) the chametz.

 

New York-based RustyBrick, Inc. has announced the launch of No Chametz iPhone app, just in time to help Jews around the world get rid of the chametz (leavened products) in their kitchens, basements, etc, before Passover starts. (Like we said: Yes, there's an app for that).

 

Available for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, the No Chametz app can help you do three things: Search for, destroy and sell your chametz, and it comes with the traditional prayers (in Hebrew and English) that are said when you get rid of these products.

 

Besides the basic tips, the app features history and prayers from two rabbis, checklists and a flashlight (to help you look for chametz). There's even a feature that links to organizations you can sell your flour, bread, etc, to.

 

You can download the app free here: http://www.rustybrick.com/iphone-chametz.php

 

Reprinted with permission from Shalom Life

 

 


פרסום ראשון: 04.15.11, 08:31
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