Munera Takes iPhone Users to Jerusalem with Send a Prayer, the Western Wall

Munera, the iPhone application development company, announced the launch of Send a Prayer, the Western Wall. This app allows users to send their prayers to the Western Wall in Jerusalem through a unique and polished user interface.

Users can write prayers on their iPhone or iPod touch that will be printed out in Jerusalem and concealed between the stones of the Western Wall in less than 48 hours. The prayers will also be stored on the device and can be shared by email or twitter directly from the app. The app includes an interactive 3D globe where users can see their prayers fly to Jerusalem and a slideshow with scenes of the Western Wall.

“We are very excited with the end result. We believe we created an innovative interface that our users will truly enjoy,” said Pablo Paniagua, Director of Marketing of Munera. “We hope we can provide a meaningful experience for users that unfortunately can’t afford to travel to Jerusalem.”
The Western Wall, also known as the Wailing Wall or the Kotel in Hebrew, is located in Jerusalem and is one of the most significant spiritual sites in the world. It is the last remnant of the Second Temple, which stood in Jerusalem between 516 BCE and 70 CE, when it was destroyed by the Romans. Millions of people from all over the world gather at the Western Wall every day to pray for peace, prosperity and well-being. It is a centuries’ long tradition for people to write notes of prayer and place them between the ancient stones of the Wall.

The app is available today in the App Store for $1.99 and can be downloaded from

About Munera:

Munera is a mobile application development company located in the heart of Silicon Valley that translates real world experiences to mobile devices. Created during the summer of 2009, it currently focuses on the iPhone platform and is developing a portfolio of 6 diverse applications. Munera believes in the value of applications with high quality graphics and UI in mobile platforms.

For more information, visit Munera’s homepage or follow Munera on twitter

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