The Quran is the holy book of Islam and is the literal word of God according to their faith in a final revelation from God. DivineQuotes is an application that allows users to browse a choice selection of verses on a variety of different topics, to make it easier to study the Quran and learn key verses.
A fullscreen program that presents some flaws that users might struggle with
When users first open DivineQuotes they are presented with a full screen program divided into two sections. The first area on the left is a list of different categories and subcategories, such as mercy, creation, end times and so forth.
The right side of the application is a text window that displays the relevant verses, unfortunately though, the text window is not mouse wheel compatible. Given that users will essentially need to constantly scroll to use the program, the most common form of scrolling not working is an issue.
An unusual, overly complicated solution to browsing the decent selection of Quranic verses
Despite the lack of mouse wheel support, the application tries to remedy this with an automatic scrolling feature. When the auto scroll is enabled, users can set the speed via a slider and the window will automatically scroll down.
The system is very strange and seems unnecessary, while some might find it useful, some verses are significantly longer or shorter than others and a single speed isn't really appropriate. Requiring users to constantly use a speed slider is grossly inefficiently compared to just regularly scrolling. That being said, the selection of verses is reasonably robust and users should find the selection worthwhile, although there is no Arabic language support.
An interesting attempt to make a Islamic study tool, however DivineQuotes needs to be refined
The design of DivineQuotes needs some serious work and while the amount of verses supplied are enough to justify the existence of the program as a learning tool, there are clear ways to improve it. The addition of Arabic language support seems necessary since the application makes the claim that the verses cannot be properly experienced in English, and many Muslims understand or read Arabic. Still, the biggest issue by far is the lack of a scroll wheel support, the automatic scrolling option does not work as well.
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