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Price: $3.99
Release Date: January 19, 2010

Persian Poems app includes the complete collection of works of the greatest heroes of the Persian literature Molavi (Rumi), Attar and Khayyam. The app is homage to these great poets who kept the Persian language alive and left us their wisdom. For works of Ferdowsi, Hafez and Saadi please see Persian Poems.

This is a perfect app for all Persian-speaking literature lovers.

The Persian Poems app is completely in Persian.


- Complete poetry works of Molavi (Rumi), Attar and Khayyam
- Includes Divan-e-Shams, Masnavi Molana, Robaiyat-e-Khayyam and Divan-e-Attar
- Browse of Search for poems
- Save your favorites
- Tilt your device for full screen view
- Change text size
- Biographies of Molavi, Attar and Khayyam
- Completely in Persian (Farsi)


You will soon be able to get more of your favorite works of art directly within Persian Poems app.


Please post your comments so we can improve our app for you!

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