We’ve had to adapt to many changes over this year, particularly in the social department because of Covid-19. The first pandemic in a very long time has now also led us to the first Ramadan we spend away from many loved ones we looked forward to joining every year during this special month.
It’s not the same, but technology can help with some of the family and friends we can’t break fast with. Virtual iftars are now a thing thanks to a whole range of video conferencing apps, and even ones that are more user-friendly than the familiar Skype.
Here are some easy and accessible options if you’re looking for a place to host an online get-together meal after sundown: