Mobile Application Development for Quran Verse Recognition and Interpretations
Keywords:Arabic Speech Recognition, Automated Speech Recognition (ASR), Mobile Application, Mobile Learning, Say Quran
Mobile learning or “m-learning” is the process of learning when learners are not at a fixed location or time and can exploit the advantage of learning opportunities using mobile technologies. Nowadays, speech recognition is being used in many mobile applications. Speech recognition helps people to interact with the device as if were they talking to another person. This technology helps people to learn anything using computers by promoting self-study over extended periods of time. The objective of this study is focusing on designing and developing a mobile application for the Arabic recognition of spoken Quranic verses. The application is suitable for Android-based devices. The application is called Say Quran and is available on Google Play Store. Moreover, this paper presents the results of a preliminary experimentation to gather feedback from students regarding the developed application
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