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App faith: how religions are embracing technology

From apps that remind you to confess or help Muslims find halal food, to cashless church donations, religious practice is being inextricably linked to tech
Churches in the UK have started using contactless card readers for donations. Photograph: Chris Marsh/SumUp/PA

As part of an effort to reduce noise in Ghana’s capital, Accra, the environment minister has suggested that the Muslim call to prayer, normally broadcast over loudspeakers across the city, should instead be . The notion

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