Passover, also known as “Pesach” is a widely observed annual Jewish holiday. The Haggadah, also known as the Exodus story, is recited during the dinner celebration about how the Israelites were freed after over 400 years of slavery in Egypt, according to the Hebrew bible. The Bronfman Foundation, the bestselling digital app offered at the Apple App store, has proudly introduced “The Bronfman Haggadah.”
The Bronfman Haggadah App for the iPad – collaboration between the late Edgar M. Bronfman, world-renowned philanthropist and Jewish leader and acclaimed artist, Jan Aronson – teaches people of all ages about the story of Passover.
This new app is a great addition to the Passover Seder, conducted by the presentation of symbolic foods arranged on a Seder plate, for family interaction; it lends help for each child, teenager and adult to narrate with illustrations to define Passover.
This is a fresh perspective to use as an additional learning tool alongside a traditional Haggadah.
Users of the app can also purchase the printed version of the Bronfman Haggadah from Barnes and Noble using a quick link on the main page of the app. The app can also be downloaded at iTunes here.
Passover is a special family celebration to commemorate the emancipation of the Israelites from ancient Egypt; “Pesach Sameach,” happy Passover to all who celebrate.
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