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  1. 1. How much would you be willing to pay for iNitnem [E]?

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As I said in my last post that iNitnem [E] the english version with full gurbani, english translations and tranliterations will be a paid app. How much would the sangat be willing to pay for the app? PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE VOTE!

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We are making money on iNitnem [E] this will help fund our projects. If we had enough donations then we would not need to charge. This is one app out of six that charges the other five are completely free. We apologise if you feel this is wrong, but we must fund our projects.

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is it just me, or does the Laavan section not work?

We apologise wholeheartedly for this, at the moment there is only the gurmukhi version of laavan, we did not realise that the file including the english translation/transliteration was not bundled. We will upload an update today itself for apple to approve which will include this.

Again we apologise for this.

Gurfateh!

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ok

thanks

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is it better than this app, i have these on my iphone. do you have any screen shots?

iNitnem [G] which we also make is a gurmukhi-only version of banis, so would not help you in this case. However, GurbaniAnywhere is a brilliant app, i use it personally to search for shabads and hukhamnamas, for which it is brilliant. But for Nitnem, I know tyou may say I am biased, but I always use iNitnem.

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Gurfateh Sadh Sangat Ji

No Gurbani application is better than the other in the eyes of our Guru we are all the same. We have tried to keep Gurbani Anywhere a strictley search application, but we are getting overwhelming requests to include some static features such as complete nitnem list of bani's. As we don't like to let the sangat down we have included this in our upcoming Windows Mobile & iPhone releases along with many additonal features. Please see link below.

My link

If you would like to see additonal features added to GA please don't hesitate to contact us.

Kind regards

GA Team

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Gurfateh,

Firstly the app is fantastic. I've always wanted Gurbani in english which is near at hand.

The only query i have was that the app needs a "go to page" part. So we can directly skip to a certain page. For example, i wanted to read Sukhmani Sahib, but not in on go, and if I close the app, I'd have to scroll down 800 or so pages!

Keep up the good work, thanks for the app!

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Gurfateh,

Firstly the app is fantastic. I've always wanted Gurbani in english which is near at hand.

The only query i have was that the app needs a "go to page" part. So we can directly skip to a certain page. For example, i wanted to read Sukhmani Sahib, but not in on go, and if I close the app, I'd have to scroll down 800 or so pages!

Keep up the good work, thanks for the app!

Gurfateh,

GurbaniAnywhere has stated that they are to release nitnem in their next update, which may or may not include Sukhmani Sahib. iNitnem does have many banis already including Sukhmani Sahib; you could use iNitnem [E] or iNitnem [G] whilst you wait for GurbaniAnywhere's update release.

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