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The Subsurface development team proudly announces the release 4.6.2 of Subsurface. This update fixes a number of bugs and updates many of the translations. Details in the announcement below.
It's amazing to watch the work that our volunteer translators are doing - but we continue to look for more people who'd be willing to help out. If you run Subsurface in a language other than English and find things that are not translated (or incorrectly translated), why don't you reach out to us? The translations happen on a really easy to use website, and there is no commitment - whatever you'd like to translate helps.

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The Subsurface development team proudly announces the release 4.6.1 of Subsurface, an open source dive log and dive planning program for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Details and download information in the official announcement below.

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Are you an Italian/Polish/Czech/Estonian/Danish speaking diver? Or a native speaker of any of these languages who knows a diver? It looks like our translations could use some help!
Actually, if you are interested in getting engaged with Subsurface, regardless of the language(s) you speak... helping us with the translation is a wonderful way to do so.

Sign up at http://transifex.com and request to join the subsurface team!

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The Subsurface developer team is happy to announce that release 4.6 of the Subsurface dive log program has been released.
You will find many improvements to the user experience (including a fix for spurious errors saving to cloud storage, improvements to the Facebook integration, many improvements to the dive planner and a really cool new heatmap for visualization of tissue loading during a dive). Subsurface can now download data directly from a number of new dive computers (thanks to Jef and the rest of the libdivecomputer developers) and also import several new data formats.
And of course there are a whole lot of bugfixes.
Look at the full announcement below, which also includes links to the binaries for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

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The Subsurface developer team is proud to announce our first beta version of Subsurface 4.6.
This version adds support for multiple new dive computers, the beginnings of multi-user support, and introduces new visualization of tissue loading on deco dives (the heat map, as seen in the picture below the dive profile). Plenty of bugs have been squashed along with improvements on dive planning and import/export functionality.
Head over to our website for the full announcement.

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Subsurface-mobile for iOS 1.1 has been released.
It took a lot longer than expected, but thanks to a patient group of testers (and a lot of work from the Subsurface developer team) the iOS version of Subsurface-mobile is now available in the iTunes store.
Subsurface-mobile on iOS is very similar to the Android version with one major difference - so far we have not been able to get the GPS location collection to work reliably on iOS. Instead of spending more time trying to figure out why this doesn't work the way it should, we decided to disable the feature and release this version instead.
Just like the current Android version Subsurface-mobile for iOS allows the user to connect to a Subsurface cloud account and view and edit a shared dive list on your mobile device. Both versions support a fully manual mode without a cloud account - you can still manually add dives and track your diving like that. But the full potential really is based on the cloud storage of your dive list and the ability to seamlessly manage it from multiple computers and devices.
Please give it a try and let us know what you think!



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Subsurface 4.5.5 has been released
Support for many new dive computers, some bug fixes, including one for the annoying cloud password problem that some people have experienced in the last couple of days.

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We are not quite ready for a release, yet, but if you have an iPhone or iPad and would like to give Subsurface-mobile for iOS a try, click on the link below for the slightly cumbersome instructions on how to be added to the "ad-hoc" distribution of this application.
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