In conjunction with the holy month of Ramadan, Nur Fazura has recently launched a mobile app called Mukmin Pro. As the name suggests, Mukmin Pro is a go-to application that offers a large scope of daily Islamic lifestyle content online.
Naturally, many of Fazura’s followers and fans were more than excited to get their hands on the app. On the other hand, there were also some who reacted negatively. In this case, many netizens on social media have accused the actress of copying another app by another well-known artiste.
It’s understood that the Mukmin Pro app had been surveyed within the past six months, before it was launched online. According to Fazura, the idea to launch the Muslim-oriented app came after it was brought up by co-founder, Syed Huzaifah Syed Omar. The 36-year-old also stated that the platform is a stepping stone for herself to share beneficial content with her fans.
In a statement posted on his Facebook app, the latter also explained that he created the Mukmin Pro app not with the intention of competing with other existing Islamic applications. However, he emphasised that the app features a few variations that are easier for users. In addition, users can also enjoy a variety of interesting content on the mobile app.
This include information on prayer times, the qibla (the direction where Muslims face to perform their prayers), audio playlist of Quranic verses and prayers, among others. You can read his full post here:
So, tell us, are you keen on installing the app? :)
Sources: Oh My Media, Facebook.
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