It has been a long time since our last update, around 6 months ago. In this period we worked to improve all our Android applications and we started a process of renovation of all our products on the market. But during this period, Video Converter for Android also reached 1 million installations and we are so happy for this important goal that we reached. Of course this is now just a starting point and we wanna reach as soon as possible the next goal, that is the 5 millions installations.
The renovation process started last week with the publication of two new applications, Video Converter Beta and its codec package, Video Converter ARMv7 Neon Beta, the first two updates of the new "Horus" branch. We will update these two applications more frequently than the other ones and they will be useful to test the new features of our products before the stable applications will be updated. Other important news comes from the features added to all the converters: Video Converter for Android now has been restyled using the Material Design and the ARMv8 (AArch64) codec has been added, to support new devices, while MP3 Video Converter has been finally updated, after months of stop. The support for ARMv8 CPUs has also been added to jTorrent.
Another important news is that for the first time we have started the translation of our products. In fact, Video Converter, MP3 Video Converter and Video Converter Beta starting from this release will be available in Italian too, while jTorrent will be available from next stable release in that language too. From now we are going to start to search native speakers that will help us translating our applications, in a free-paid collaboration. We are interested in translating the applications in French, German, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian. For this, before the end of the summer, we will publish a site with all the informations to start a collaboration with us to translate our products and we will also publish some advertisements about it on our forum and our social profiles.
We want to thank once again everybody who uses and installs our applications every day and who reports bugs or proposes improvements (such as sterval, that helped us so much, or AchwaqKhalid on Twitter). Keep following us, more news will be posted soon.