We're tremendously happy that it's been used on all of the (inhabited) continents, and we hope that we can continue to make inroads in areas with rapid development. Sometime this fall we hope to release a new version with extended language support, including Chinese, French, Japanese, Spanish, Catalan, Polish, Romanian, Italian, and Czech. As I've mentioned before, we're looking for translators for Russian and Arabic, but we would need the translation done in the next days. If you could do the translation, or know someone who might be able to, please send me an email!
[Note: updated with higher resolution version of the video on Aug 31, because blogger reduced the resolution.]