Passover Haggadah for iPad launches on the App Store

7 Mar

Instructions for the Seder

Companion app helps serves up Seder to the digital generation

London, UK – 7th March 2013 – Mobile developer Ribui today announced the launch of the Passover Haggadah app for iPad. Passover Haggadah brings the 3000 year old story of the Exodus of the Jewish people from Egypt to life into a brand new format. The app has been designed as an interactive companion to the Haggadah book that is used each year by Jewish communities to guide the annual Passover meal,  also known as the Seder.

Songs and videos

Created for people of any level of religious knowledge or observance, Passover Haggadah is packed with rich media to keep participants of all ages engaged. The app includes modern and traditional texts, both in English and Hebrew as well as Ashkenazi and Sephardi versions. Each page in the app also links to relevant rich media content including versions of classic tunes as well as explanatory videos, commentaries, stories and vibrant illustrations.

Text in Hebrew and English

Clear interface

Passover Haggadah has been built as a fully digital and customisable e-book. Every chapter and media item is managed through a bespoke content management system that enables the user to include or omit sections and tailor the running time to meet their specific needs. It also means that Passover Haggadah can be constantly updated with new assets.

Key Features

  • Complete and interactive version of the Haggadah
  • Amazing rich media content: songs, videos, music and more
  • Detailed Instructions for participants of any religious background
  • Includes Ashkenazi and Sephardi songs and customs
  • Customize the length and the content of your Seder from the setup screen
  • Clear and accessible interface
  • Traditional text in Hebrew, modern translation and transliteration
  • New updates and content  constantly being added

Passover Hagaddah can be purchased for $6.99 / £4.99 from the Apple App Store at


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