Happy 4th Birthday iOS Siddur

4th iOS Siddur BirthdayAugust 4th is the 4th anniversary/birthday of our first iOS (then iPhone) app, the iPhone Siddur.

It is hard to imagine, we've developed a few hundred apps since, about 70 that we own and sell directly and the rest was done for our clients. We would have never guessed our mobile business would have grown so much, where we have three dedicated resources on mobile and a ton of developers that pitch in when needed.

To celebrate the birthday, we are immediately putting the iOS Siddur & Siddur HD on sale for $4 less than the listing price. So the iPhone Siddur is now $5.99 instead of $9.99 and the iPad Siddur is now $15.99 instead of $19.99. This sale ends on the day the Siddur App officially went live in the App Store - August 6th, which was two days after it was approved.

You can download the app for these prices now by searching for our apps in the App Store or for a quick link to the iPhone Siddur click here and iPad Siddur click here.

We should also note that today we changed the price of the Kosher App from $4.99 to $1.99. So make sure to download that as well.

Finally, since it is our fourth birthday for the Siddur, here are four free redeem codes for each app (iPhone and iPad) where the first person to use them gets it for free. One time use and they will go quick - so I am sorry if you didn't see this post in time.

iPhone Siddur Redeem Codes: MAKHXREN3FX4; YM7N7KR9HWLM; L9WTEY3RM733 & KT9ALAER3PXH

iPad Siddur Redeem Codes: H4JF9AML76LT; 9PJRRP7RPP9R; NM9RAW737FXL & 4XN69ETEMNT4

As always, thank you for all the feedback and support. Without the feedback, this app wouldn't be the most valuable Jewish app in the market. Keep the feedback coming!

Bookmark and Share    
blog comments powered by Disqus

7 COMMENTS

posted by on: Aug 1, 2012 02:28am

Mazel Tov on the 4 years. It's hard to believe that it has been that long. And also on your latest with Art Scroll. Too bad it's so expensive.

posted by Dr. Z on: Aug 1, 2012 03:58am

Thanks.. got the siddur promotion at last. I would have bought it before if I was not addicted to android already but android is great and Ia m not planning to come back to iOS. it would be great to see you guys expand to android. for now my good old ipad can enjoy the siddur HD I got today.. Thanks again

posted by Canada3000 on: Aug 10, 2012 03:04am

I had an android tablet and switched to iPad because of the apps and app quality. Android is just not committed to high quality apps unfortunately. I have the ari siddur on my android phone and it pails in comparison to siddur hd. Torah app from crowded is uniquely amazing, the new artscroll library. I wish android would smarten up I gave up the transformer prime. Cheers to the rustybrick team for your amazing work.

posted by on: Aug 24, 2012 04:12am

which siddur on android? you should check out the new one https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.forta.SiddurAri

posted by iPhone apps development on: Nov 7, 2012 07:31am

This app for iPhone is created by one of, if not THE major cellular designer for the Judaism dork group, RustyBrick aka Robert Schwartz. The app is as easy and user-friendly as they get. When you first release Siddur, you select your nusach with the choices being Ashkenaz, Sefard, Sefardic, and Ari.

posted by Buckminster Hurley on: Dec 19, 2012 01:11pm

Since the competitors in the iphone app development is budding quickly in the market, expert iphone application development and mobile app pattern seems to generally be great in driving final results which can in the long run lead to a considerable ROI or return on investment. x

posted by Avi Greengart on: Aug 1, 2012 03:11am

congrats! Your apps are a key reason (probably the key reason) I always take an iOS device with me wherever I go (and, as a devices analyst, I have one of everything). Any plans to expand into Android or Windows Phone?