Our Journey as a family towards memorisation of the Qur'aan


Assalaamu alaikum,


I’m so happy that I’ve finally sat down to write this post subhan Allaah.

I absolutely love, love, LOVE this program.

There are many other tools out there that you can use for hifdh but for me personally, this is the best one I’ve come across Maa shaa Allaah.  It just does all of the things (well, almost all, but I ask for a lot!) that we need it to do.

For those that don’t need any explanation here is the link  quran.ksu.edu.sa

Now, I’m going to explain why I love it so much.  I tried to put numbers next to the things that I am talking about to make them easier to find.  I hope the picture is clear enough.

hifdh program


  1. The Reciters: There are a total of 28 reciters with and without translation and 2 of them are reading in the other style of recitation Warsh (fig.1).
  2. The Repetition Section: I think it’s really easy to use alhamdulillaah. I’ll show you exactly how I use it my next post in-shaa Allaah as I will be giving a new hifdh technique using this kind of software. (fig.2).
  3. The Translation Option: They have options to translate into 17 different languages (fig.1)
  4. The Tafseer Option: It has tafsir in 5 different languages.  I find reading the tafseer can really enhance the strength of your memorisation (fig.3).
  5. The Memorisation Test:  If you click the options section and choose memorisation test, once you have chosen the range of ayaat it will choose a random place for you to recite from and blank out the ayah so that you cant see it.(fig.4)
  6. A Warsh Mushaf: For those that are able to recite in Warsh, you are also able to use this with a Warsh Mushaf , in the options section (fig.4).
  7. I’raab al Qur’aan: For Arabic grammar lovers it has Iraab ul Qur’aan which can be found in the tafsir drop-down bar (fig.3).
  8. The Accessibility: its available in Android, I-phone, I-pad, Twitter (dont ask me how lol) and Facebook.  This also means that for those that don’t like to use their phones, there are certain MP3 players that can be used to access phone apps, like the I-pod touch and any android mp3 player.  For those that don’t have regular or constant  internet connections, it can be downloaded to your PC or Mac for use off-line. You can find the links here: http://quran.ksu.edu.sa/ayat/?l=en

I really enjoy using it and so do my children maa shaa Allaah.

Heres the link again:  quran.ksu.edu.sa

May Allaah reward its creators with much good aameen.

Comments on: "My Favourite Hifdh/Memorisation Tool So Far" (2)

  1. […] I personally use a combination of my phone and computer to memorise.  I am currently using this website and the app of the same site for both http://quran.ksu.edu.sa/.   You can read more about it here (My favourite hifdh/memorisation tool so far). […]

  2. Thanks for the Blog post and sharing the quran.ksu.edu.sa app. That’s a rich tool. Here are a couple of simpler and more focused apps which you may find useful for the revision aspect of Hifdh:

    Hifdh Revision Tracker – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tazkiyatech.hifdhtracker

    Hifdh Revision Tester – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tazkiyatech.hifdhtester

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