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Muslims: Terms of use

Last updated: November 20, 2020

Effective as of November 1, 2020, Muslims by Islamicfinder (the mobile apps available on Google Play Store and Apple's App Store and the website: muslims.islamicfinder.org) have updated terms use of our Websites and App (as defined herein). For these Terms of Use, the terms 'Platform' and 'Community' shall refer collectively to muslims.islamicfinder.org as well as our Apps, 'Muslims by IslamicFinder'.

  1. Who May Use the Platform
  2. We provide this Platform to you subject to these Terms of Use. We may update these terms from time to time. By accessing and using the Platform, you accept and agree to be bound by these Terms. If you do not agree to these Terms, you should not use the Platform. Anyone with age 7+ can create an account in IslamicFinder and use this App. But IslamicFinder reserves the rights to in-activate or permanently delete the account with or without any prior notice. IslamicFinder's Community management team is empowered to review the users and their content, making informed decisions.

  3. Structure of the Platform
  4. The Platform is divided into Groups. A Group has a particular objective, which is defined as a topic. Groups can be created only by the IslamicFinder's Community Management Team. The Group's topic helps everyone understand the purpose and guide you on whether you should join this group or not. For example, one of our most favorite Groups is 'Dua Requests', which is self-explanatory. Another Group is 'Muslims in the USA'. Each Group has its own set of rules defined by IslamicFinder. If you don't agree with the topic or the rules, you should not join that Group and explore other Groups you may find suitable. You will be asked to join the groups when you open the App for the first time after successfully creating your user account.

  5. Content on the Platform
  6. The users of this Community create the content of the Platform. We can call it a post or an event. You can create content in a joined Group, which the User chooses while creating that post. The content may contain some textual and graphical information. We don't own the content created by the User. We are not responsible for the information provided by users in this App. However, to improve the quality of the Community, we have the full rights to review the content and hide the data that doesn't follow the rules of that particular Group. Our Community Management Team regularly reviews all posts created by the Users of this Platform and hides all content, which we find inappropriate. While reviewing the content, we following these rules:

    1. Content that can be categorized as hate speech shall be removed.
    2. Posts that quote a Quranic Ayat or Hadith of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) but don't mention the source shall be removed because it may contain inauthentic or false information.
    3. Posts that show nudity, crime, weapons, or inappropriate picture or photos shall be removed.
    4. Posts that are against any Islamic sects shall be removed.
    5. Posts or users that are promoting or supporting any terrorist organization shall be removed.
    6. Posts promoting any unlawful activity shall be removed.
    7. Posts that don't follow the rules of the groups will be removed. For example, a user cannot promote their business in a group like 'Dua Requests'.

    Now the question would be, what kind of content is allowed? Here are a few examples of good content:

    1. Request for a Dua for yourself, your loved ones, and/or for the Community in 'Dua Requests' Groups.
    2. Promote your Halal Business in Groups like 'Muslims in New York' (Halal Business means the permissible business as per Islamic Guidelines).
    3. Ask a question about Islamic Laws or for self-awareness in 'Ask a Muslim'.
    4. Share your experience about becoming a better Muslim or something you have learned or experienced recently in a relevant Group like 'Muslims in USA'.
    5. Share the food recipe, mention a Halal restaurant, or ask about food recommendations nearby in the Groups like "Halal Food".

    The Comments
    Any user (with an active IslamicFinder Account) can post comments under any content created by themselves or any other users. These comments must follow the Muslims' Community guidelines mentioned above; otherwise, the team will hide their content.

  7. Users of the Platform
  8. If you want to join this Community, you must create an account in IslamicFinder. This account can be used in our 'Athan by IslamicFinder' App. You can use this account for your religious activities like Salah, Duas, and recitation of the Quran.

    To create an account, you will either have to download any of our Apps (Athan or Muslims) or go to our website IslamicFinder.org. You can create your account using your email address or using third-party options like Google, Apple, or Facebook. To learn more about how to create an account and the information we will save in our database, you can review our privacy policies.

    The content created by the User is their sole responsibility. We don't own anyone's content. However, your content will be reviewed by our teams to ensure all conversations are within Community guidelines (as mentioned in the previous section).

    Users can delete their accounts anytime they want. To perform that action, they must log in to our App or Website, go to settings, and follow the appropriate option to initiate the process.

    To learn more about the Community, you can contact us by using the email address provided inside the App.

Improve your location’s accuracy

Sometimes we might have trouble finding where you are located. Having your current location will help us to get you more accurate prayer times and nearby Islamic places. Here are some things you can do to help fix the problem.

  1. In the top right, click More
  2. Click Settings and then Show advanced settings.
  3. In the "Privacy" section, click Content settings.
    1. In the dialog that appears, scroll down to the "Location" section. Select one of these permissions:
    2. Allow all sites to track your physical location: Select this option to let all sites automatically see your location.
    3. Ask when a site tries to track your physical location: Select this option if you want Google Chrome to alert you whenever a site wants to see your location.
    4. Do not allow any site to track your physical location: Select this option if don't want any sites to see your location.
  4. Click Done.
  1. Open System Preferences and then Security & Privacy Preferences and then Privacy and then Location Services.
  2. To allow for changes, click the lock in the bottom left.
  3. Check "Enable Location Services."
  1. Turn on location
    1. On your phone or tablet, open the Settings app.
    2. Tap Location.
    3. At the top, switch location on.
    4. Tap Mode and then High accuracy.
    If you still get an error when you open IslamicFinder, follow the step 2.
  2. Open Chrome
    1. In the top right, tap More
    2. Tap Settings.
    3. Under "Advanced", tap Site Settings
    4. Tap Location. If you see a toggle, make sure it turned on and blue.
      1. If you see "Location access is turned off for this device," tap the blue words > on the next Settings screen, tap the toggle to turn on location access.
      2. If you see "blocked" under "Location," tap Blocked > tap IslamicFinder > Clear & reset.
    5. Open IslamicFinder in your mobile browser and refresh the web page
    If you're using a browser other than Chrome, visit your browser's help center by visiting their website.
  1. Turn on location
    1. Open Settings app.
    2. Tap Privacy > Location Services > Safari Websites.
    3. Under "Allow Location Access," tap While Using the app.
  2. Give current location access on your browser
    1. Open settings app.
    2. Tap General > Reset.
    3. Tap Reset Location & Privacy.
    4. If prompted, enter your passcode.
    5. You will see a message that says "This will reset your location and privacy settings to factory defaults." Tap Reset Settings.
    6. Open Safari
    7. Go to IslamicFinder
    8. To give Safari access to your location, tap Allow or OK
    9. To give IslamicFinder access to your location, tap OK
  3. If you are using a browser other than Safari, visit your browser's help center by visiting their website.