I'm very happy to announce that we have released a new version of the Loss of the Night app with expanded language support! The app can now be used in Arabic, Catalan, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Romanian, and Spanish! You can read more about it in our press release.
Now we need your help to get the word out! If you have a friend that speaks one of those languages, please pass them the link to the app, and ask them to promote it in their language using social media. You can also help us find new users worldwide by giving the app a good rating in the play store and leaving a positive comment in your own language.
We would like to publicly recognize the considerable amount of work done by the following volunteer translators:
Arabic: Amr Al-Omari
Catalan: Salvador Ribas
Chinese: Yongguang Zhang
French: Olivier Domingue, Johanne Roby, Martin Aubé, and Romain Clément
Italian: Andrea Giacomelli
Japanese: Nobuaki Ochi
Polish: Ania Wisniewska
Romanian: Catalin Daniel Galatanu
Spanish: Salvador Ribas
Thanks to all of you for helping make this a truly international project!
Note: The next measurement period starts tonight, although there will only be a window of an hour or so to make a measurement
because of the rising nearly full moon. By December 25, it will be possible to take measurements right up until midnight. The current measurement period will last until about January 4.