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Absolutely amasing, i would reccomend it to everyone, its brilliant on iphone, download it now.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Gurbani Anywhere iPhone Edition - Version 1.0 - Now available for download

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"Application Over 10MB Connecto a Wi-Fi network or use ITunes on your computer to download "Gurbani Anywhere" " :sad: Now I have to wait till I get home to install it.

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The app is really good , i got it running on my ipod touch, for once its doing something useful.

One thing i have noticed is that you cannot get the shabads in landscape mode? When i tilt my ipod it doesnt change the screen like it does with some apps. Is this something supported in this app?

Another feature i would love is (i know this is v1) some sort of powerpoint type display where you can have one tuk in gurmukhi, translation and transliteration. This i think will be really cool because of the video output feature of IPods and IPhones. I alreayd have the cable and we have the cabling already in the gurdwara to hook my ipod in the socket, instead of using our prehistoric laptop that we currently use for STTM software.

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The app is really good , i got it running on my ipod touch, for once its doing something useful.

One thing i have noticed is that you cannot get the shabads in landscape mode? When i tilt my ipod it doesnt change the screen like it does with some apps. Is this something supported in this app?

Another feature i would love is (i know this is v1) some sort of powerpoint type display where you can have one tuk in gurmukhi, translation and transliteration. This i think will be really cool because of the video output feature of IPods and IPhones. I alreayd have the cable and we have the cabling already in the gurdwara to hook my ipod in the socket, instead of using our prehistoric laptop that we currently use for STTM software.

Gurfateh Ji

We decided not to support landscape mode in this edition for several reasons, but you have mentioned some great new features that are on the drawing board. Keep an eye out for new releases over the coming weeks / months.

"The Gurbani Anywhere Team never makes false promises and we always deliver!"

Sangat ji please register at www.gurbanianywhere.com and please provide feedback as this helps us improve GA for the various platforms we have promised to support.

Note: We do not officially support Jailbroken iPhone devices for ethical and development reasons

Regards

GA Team

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Nicely built app, good job :)

PS. May be it's just me, but when I view ang by ang, it seems each ang finishes a lot faster than when I do path from Guru Sahib's saroop directly... :umm:

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I wish I was rich and could afford technology that could be used in space exploration or discovering cures for diseases lol jk :lol:

I hope nobody installs an iphone at a Gurdwara because of its fast 3g speed for ang for ang :p (ok no more retarded comments haha)

Papi Sahib wouldnt it be better to do paat from Guru Sahib Saroop?????????? (this time its a serious question :BL: )

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Nicely built app, good job :)

PS. May be it's just me, but when I view ang by ang, it seems each ang finishes a lot faster than when I do path from Guru Sahib's saroop directly... :umm:

Gurfateh Ji

The Ang seems short as you need to scroll down the page to read entire Ang, you maybe clicking previous/next without scrolling down. I personally use the Ang by Ang feature to follow the granthi doing paath at Gurdwara sahib, great way to learn and read more Gurbani.

Regards

GA Team

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I cant seem to be able to Download this application..

Can anyone help?

it seems that it is not availaible in Malaysian Store? :(

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