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Be Muslim - Prayer Time | Dua and Tasbeeh Counter | Qibla Finder App

Created : 25-10-2022

By : AppDevs

Be Muslim is a complete Android and iOS App of Prayer Time | Dua and Tasbeeh Counter | Qibla Finder. The best Be Muslim app to remain a proud and respectful Muslim and maintain your connection with Allah! Salah times are prayer times when Muslims perform salah. The term is primarily used for the five daily prayers including the Friday prayer, which takes the place of the Dhuhr prayer and must be performed in a group of worshippers. Muslims believe the salah times were taught by Allah to Muhammad. Tasbeeh Counter is a digital tasbih app to help all the Muslims to do dhikr anytime. This zikr counter and tasbeeh counting app is a full featured Ramazan Muslims app including Ramazan Dua. A Qibla compass or qiblah compass is a modified compass used by Muslims to indicate the direction to face to perform prayers. If you want this type of islamic mobile app. So it is perfect for you. No coding knowledge required here for publishing apps. Anyone can run apps by following the project instructions. So all features are given below:

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To customised this project you should have Flutter and Dart installed and configured effectively on your gadget Install Flutter Set up your editor Install the Flutter and Dart Plugins.

  • Unzip the flies folder and open it. There have source code name as Be Muslim-source-code, then use your preferred IDE (Android Studio / Visual Code / IntelliJ) to open the project.
  • Go to /assets/images/logo.png and replace it with your logo or app icon Note: This logo used in the splash screen only, not in the app icon

For Android Configuration

API Connection:

  1. Open the flutter source code on Android Studio or VS code and go to api_config.dart file, then your website link
  2. run

Get Dependencies:

  1. Run the command:
  2.             flutter pub get

Change Package Name:

  1. If you want to change the package name following the next steps
  2. Open /android/app/build.gradle and change the package name
    • defaultConfig {
    • applicationId "" // this is the package name
    • minSdkVersion 16
    • targetSdkVersion 33
    • versionCode flutterVersionCode.toInteger()
    • versionName flutterVersionName
    • testInstrumentationRunner ""
    • multiDexEnabled true
    • }
  4. Open /android/app/src/main/AndroidManifest.xml , /android/app/src/profil/AndroidManifest.xml, /android/app/src/debug/AndroidManifest.xml and specify your:
  5. Open /android/app/src/main/kotlin/MainActivity.kt and change the package name

IOS Configuration

Opt-in to the preview of the embedded view by adding a boolean property to the app's Info.plist file with the key io.flutter.embedded_views_preview and the value YES.

  1. Click the Get dependencies or Packages get to install the libraries from pubspecs.yaml file.
  2. Open the simulator to run iOS or Android (as the step above)
  3. Then press the run button to start the project (you can still open multi simulator at the same time)

Firebase Configuration

Configuration Step:

  1. Go to Firebase Console and login with your Gmail account.
  2. Create a project.
  3. Configure google analytics.
  4. Add Firebase to your app.
  5. Select Authentication from the left menu of your project!
  6. Get started if needed.
  7. Select Sign-in method from “Authentication menu”.
          Firebase run


  1. Select Firestore database from the left menu bar.
  2. Get started if needed.
  3. Configure google analytics.
  4. Start in test mode.
          Select setting icon and go to project setting
          Select add app

Select IOS sign for ios implementations.

          Add firebase to your app!

Build & Run:

Run the Application:

  1. In the target selector, select an Android device for running the app. If none are listed as available, select Tools> Android > AVD Manager and create one there. For details, see Managing AVDs. Click the run icon in the toolbar, or invoke the menu item Run > Run. Locate the main Android Studio toolbar:
  2. If you don't use Android Studio or IntelliJ you can use the command line to run your application using the following command:
          flutter run

Install And Release Android App:

Here is your section structure.

  1. After you make all your changes and customizations save all your project, Open the console, navigate to your project folder and execute the following command to build your app:
  2.           flutter build apk --release
  3. If you are deploying the app to the Play Store, it's recommended to use app bundles or split the APK to reduce the APK size.

Build and Install App:

  1. To generate an app bundle, run:
  2.           flutter build appbundle --target-platform android-arm,android-arm64,android-x64

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  3. To split the APKs per ABI, run:
  4.           flutter build apk --target-platform android-arm,android-arm64,android-x64 --split-per-abi

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  5. If you want to upload your application on Google Play you must sign it before uploading, generate a signing key by running the following command:
  6.           keytool -genkey -v -keystore android/app/key.jks -keyalg RSA -keysize 2048 -validity 10000 -alias key
  7. Reference the keystore from the app: Create a file named appdir/android/ that contains a reference to your keystore:
  8.           storePassword=password from previous step 
    keyPassword=password from previous step
    storeFile=location of the key store file, e.g. /Users/user name/key.jks
  9. Go to android/app/build.gradle
  10.           def keystorePropertiesFile = rootProject.file("")
    def keystoreProperties = new Properties()
    keystoreProperties.load(new FileInputStream(keystorePropertiesFile))
    • signingConfigs {
    • release {
    • keyAlias keystoreProperties['keyAlias']
    • keyPassword keystoreProperties['keyPassword']
    • storeFile file(keystoreProperties['storeFile'])
    • storePassword keystoreProperties['storePassword']
    • }
    • }
    • buildTypes {
    • release {
    • signingConfig signingConfigs.release
    • }
    • }
  11. Learn More: Build and release an Android app

Install And Release iOS App:

Before you can build and release your app on the App Store, you need to set up a place for it using App Store Connect. But first, you need to register a unique bundle ID for your app. This can be done by logging into your Apple Developer account and following these steps:

  1. Login to AppStore Conscole Account Click Here
  2. Open the App IDs page.
  3. Click + to create a new Bundle ID.
  4. Fill out the needed information: App Name, and Explicit App ID.
  5. If your app needs specific services, select them and click Continue.
  6. Review the details and click Register to finish.
  7. Then go to account dashboard Select My Apps.
  8. Click + then select New App.
  9. Fill in your app details and make sure iOS is selected, then click Create.
  10. From the sidebar, select App Information.
  11. In the General Information section, select the Bundle ID that you registered above.
  12. You’ve set everything up from Apple’s side, and next you’ll adjust your Xcode project’s settings to prepare your app for release. Go ahead and fire up Xcode.

  13. Open Runner.xcworkspace that is inside your app’s iOS folder.
  14. From the Xcode project navigator, select the Runner project.
  15. Go to the General tab.
  16. In the Identity section, fill out the information and make sure the Bundle Identifier is the one registered on App Store Connect.
  17. In the Signing section, make sure Automatically manage signing is checked and select your team
  18. Fill out the rest of the information as needed.
  19. Next, you’ll update your app’s icon. This can be done by selecting Assets.xcassets in the Runner folder from Xcode’s project navigator.
  20. At this point, all the settings have been updated for release and there is a placeholder ready on App Store Connect, which means you can build and release.

  21. From the command line, run flutter build ios
  22. Then go back to Xcode and reopen Runner.xcworkspace
  23. Select Product -> Scheme -> Runner
  24. Select Product -> Destination -> Generic iOS Device.
  25. Select Product -> Archive to produce a build archive.
  26. From the Xcode Organizer window, select your iOS app from the sidebar, then select the build archive you just produced.
  27. Click the Validate… button to build.
  28. Once the archive is successfully validated, click Upload to App Store
  29. Back on App Store Connect, check the status of your build from the Activities tab. Once it’s ready to release:

  30. Go to Pricing and Availability and fill out the required information.
  31. From the sidebar, select the status.
  32. Select Prepare for Submission and complete all required fields.
  33. Click Submit for Review
  34. Learn More: Build and release an iOS app
  35. That’s it! Your app will now be uploaded to the App Store. Apple will review your app before releasing and keep you updated on the status of your app.


Once again, thank you so much for purchasing this app. As I said at the beginning, I'd be glad to help you if you have any questions relating to this app. Just let us know, We will assist you. Contact us at support center.

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