Google has unveiled new features related to Ramadan this year, as the holy month has begun for Muslims and to help people with the right information, the technology giant has unveiled some features that focus on this holy month.
Ramadan information via search
According to Google, search requests related to Ramadan on the search network have seen a 25% jump over the past two years, and to address the same, Google says it has created a section dedicated to information on prayer times, news, and more, which can be accessed by simply searching for Ramadan.
And the tech giant added in a blog post: “If you want to try ‘101’ to see the moon, search for our interactive game on Google where you can search for the crescent moon to see if Ramadan has begun.”
Find Iftar timings and Qibla direction
Google has added an augmented reality web app called Qibla Finder to help users determine the correct direction of prayer, and users can also find appropriate prayer times.
Browse Ramadan Shopping Guide
Google has also launched a Ramadan Shopping Guide to help users explore the best Ramadan products and browse through product options.
Ramadan related artworks
The company is bringing Google Arts & Culture interactive digital Ramadan coloring book to more countries, including Indonesia, Turkey and India, and allows users to add their own personal artistic touch to the art on display which can then be shared with friends and family.
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