To celebrate the 64th anniversary of Israel’s founding, StandWithUs released a new social media application that the pro-Israel educational nonprofit hopes will help expand its impact on Twitter and Facebook.
This Passover, Jews can still reliably be called “the people of the book.” If sales of newly published versions of the haggadah are any indication, on the first night of Passover, when it comes time to tell the story of the Exodus, most people sitting at seder tables will be holding in their hands a text that consists of printed words and images on paper.
The iPad app for the Mishkan T'filah, the Reform movement's daily prayer book, was launched.
The world of Jewish news is now available for both the iPhone and Android.
French anti-racism groups dropped lawsuits against Apple, Inc. after it removed an iPhone app called "Jew or Not Jew?" from online stores around the world.
A new mobile app provides a database of information about Zionism and Israel.
Tribe Media Corp., parent company of The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles, has launched the first Jewish news app designed specifically for the iPad.
Apple Inc. removed the Arabic-language "Thirdintifada" application from its App Store following a request from the Israeli government.
Israel's government has asked Apple Inc. to remove an application called "ThirdIntifada," which encourages uprising against Israel, from its App Store. Israel's Minister of Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs Yuli Edelstein, made the request Tuesday in a letter sent to Apple founder and chief executive officer Steve Jobs.
Using a new iPhone application, the Western Wall is only a touch away.
Want to know exactly where in the West Bank the city-sized settlement of oft-discussed Ariel is located? How about when it was established, or how many Israelis live there? There’s an app for that.