Everything takes up at least a little bit of time in our daily lives. As such, it’s pretty important to remember things which need to be done, hopefully based on priority, or you can rely on programs to remind you of events. In this regard, JXCirrus Prayer comes as a scheduler for single, or group prayers.

Setup doesn’t take more than a few seconds, so you quickly get the check to check out the set of features. On the bright side of things, the application is fitted with incredibly helpful descriptions and hints all the way through, so you never end up thinking what to do next, or how particular options are managed.

As far as the interface goes, the application keeps things wrapped around an intuitive design, with decent space to review all thanks, prayers, and finished items on the list. Every new item which needs to be created unveils a dedicated region, so menus don’t always stay in plain sight for no reason.

It might be a good idea to set up the list of individuals first, because later on you can simply add them to groups and prayers. Not a lot of details are there to add, but you do have the option to include individuals in groups, given these latter items are already created. Groups can be fitted with multiple individuals and set to follow a particular schedule.

Adding a prayer is the consistent job here. The new section which gets unveiled requires you to provide a summary, type of prayer, person to pray for, urgency, and content. If you decide to use urgency, then it becomes possible to set up a schedule based on days, weeks, months, and years, and whether or not to add and subtract urgency value after every prayer.

Taking everything into consideration, we can state that JXCirrus Prayer is not really dedicated to a particular Religion or type of prayer. It can blend in different types of environments, giving you the liberty to track individuals, groups, and set up various types of prayers.