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  1. Hey all, we're always talking about extremely important issues regarding Sikhi and morals on these forums, and the role of the Gurdwara. One of my close friends in New York, has started the FindGurdwara project in order to create an accurate and updated database of Gurdwaras around the world to help Gurdwara Seekers find them, also to bring the Gurdwaras together on a common platform. He has created an iPhone app (obviously free) called FindGurdwara where you can find Gurdwaras and even Add Gurdwaras and photos of Gurdwaras to the database in case you see that a Gurdwara is not listed on the map. I thought it was a very cool concept and wanted to share it with you all. If you want to check it out and maybe even add a Gurdwara to the app, I pasted it link below to FindGurdwara's iTunes page: https://bitly.com/findgurdwara Thanks for letting me share!
  2. Audio Nitnem is a compilation of Nitnem Banis by different Authors. This app allows the user to listen to the Banis. Designed not only for people who have reading problem or can't read Punjabi language but also for those who are doing something, like driving a car. Audio Nitnem is a one time download as it comes with all built in Banis. Which means that no further streaming is required. The desired Bani is ready to play at the touch of a button. iPhone: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/audio-nitnem/id482427866?ls=1&mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.deepsingh.audionitnem DOWNLOAD NOW!!!!
  3. GPU, for Game-Playing Unit, is a biweekly magazine that focuses on graphics and all kinds of games, but also covers all tech in general. Written in whole by Darwesh Singh, a 15-year old, GPU is available on the iBookstore. Currently, it is only available for iPads and iPad 2s, not for the iPhone or any other device. He is hoping that it will expand as time goes on. Here is a link to the iTunes Store, where you can get a sneak peek at some of his magazines: http://itunes.apple....497289149?mt=11 Please note that the issues are all interactive, and at the beginning of each issue, there is an intro video, and the mag is filled with interactive slideshows, polls, and other media. Attached are some screenshots of the mag, taken by myself. Each issue is downloaded as an individual book, and requires iBooks on your iPad. If you dont want to check for a new issue every week or two, select the 'Alert Me' option on Darwesh's page, and you will be immediately notified when a new issue is released. Please don't forget to review after reading! sevadaar
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