What is Sana, and what can it do?
- Please visit our general website
How do I install Sana?
- Detailed installation instructions are here.
Who are you guys?
Is Sana free?
- Yes, Sana is open source and released under the BSD license. In plain terms, you can download, extend, modify, and customize Sana in any way that you see fit. The BSD license requires attribution only, but it would be a welcome gesture if any improvements are contributed back to the community (this is not required).
What languages does Sana come in?
- Translating Sana into your own language is a straightforward two-step process. First, Android determines which language to display based on the locale that is set on your phone. US phones, for example, would be set to English. In Latin America, Android phones likely have a default locale of Spanish. The first step, then, is to go into your phone's settings menu (not Sana's settings menu) and change the locale to the language that you want to use. The second step is to locate the strings.xml file in the source code for the Android Sana application. Replace those strings in your own language. Save the strings.xml file, and remake another .apk file and reinstall the Sana Android application onto your phone. The interface should now be in your desired language. Please note that the procedures will need to be translated separately. The process is the same as for the strings.xml file.
For a fuller discussion, please see: Translating Android Applications
How can I add functionality to Sana?