Four friends from the UK have created an app that helps Shuls from all over the world to run services whilst keeping social distancing measures. It also allows participants to be alerted if a person tests positive after participating in a service.
Prayin.io, is a web-app that’s available in many languages and is in use around the world.
Shneor Crombie is the CEO and co-founder and together with his colleagues has developed the app in order to allow Shuls to reopen their doors. Whilst keeping social distancing and a maximum capacity of people in a service in order to prevent attendees from contracting the virus.
“We are 4 friends that have been working together for a few years in a London based startup”, says Crombie “All of us are from different backgrounds. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to do something to help people. We realized that in these uncertain and difficult times it is important to reunite communities.”
“We saw the need to help congregations to reopen Shuls safely and in a managed way. We therefore created the free app Prayin.io.”