Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting and prayer, is underway, and Google has rolled out several tools to help Muslims commemorate the event, including an augmented reality app.

Last year, Google launched Qibla Finder, an augmented reality web app that points users in the direction of Mecca, the Islamic holy place which Muslims face daily for prayer.

Just in time for Ramadan, Google has updated the app to enable offline usage, as well as a home screen shortcut for Android users to access the app more easily.

Upon navigating to Qibla Finder and accepting camera and location permissions… more


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