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JUST IN: Nigerian app developer launches digital Quran as a verse on-demand Twitter facility

by Quillkastle

Nigerian web developer and chief technical officer of ProntoHost Network, Yusuf Adeyemo, has built a Twitter Quran on-demand bot, pushing verses from the Quran, the Muslim’s Holy Book, upon requested queries by Twitter users.
The developer revealed this, via his official Twitter handle @yusadolat, when he tested his novel digital product.


The product, @this_quran, developed as a query-bot, goes on to be the first version of a Twitter Quran and is currently under test by the community.
The new digital Quran tool uses the Pickthall English translation of the Quran as its database, making it easy for Muslims to access, read and share verses from the Glorious Quran without leaving the Twitter space.


While the product is still being tested, the effort of the developer has been commended by the ProntoHost Network group as Yusuf as been described as a highly innovative developer and technopreneur.
It would be recalled that in 2018, Yusuf developed a Whatsapp facility Dictionary embedded in the messaging platform, helping users overcome challenges of language ambiguity. This such development,  among other products by Yusuf, has placed him highly competitive as a web and app specialist over the years.

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