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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

It’s that time of year again where I like to reach out to each and every one of you to say firstly, Thank you for downloading and using Best Night Light! and secondly to wish you a very merry Christmas and a Happy new year!

2020 has been a very odd year what with Covid, lockdowns and the like, but with vaccines on the way I hope that things will be returning to normal in the not too distant future.

We have another maintenance update for Best Night Light planned for next year, which will fix a few bugs which have been reported to us, as well as updating all the libraries to ensure Best Night Light remains as secure as we can make it.

I’m also happy to announce that Best Night Light has been officially downloaded over 850,000 times! Helping people to get a better nights sleep in almost every country across the globe 🙂 I’d like to imagine we’re going to hit over a MILLION downloads in 2021!

If you have any suggestions on how we can improve Best Night Light, or bugs to report then please get in touch with us using the following email address…

support@warriorsofthecucumber.com

If you want to keep updated about any news relating to Best Night Light, as well as join our community, then please follow Best Night Light on Facebook.

Anyway, once again, let me thank you for using our App, and to wish you a Merry Christmas, and all the best for the coming year!

Halloween Best Night Light Spooky Faces..

Happy Halloween!

What with Halloween being just round the corner, we thought we’d help out with a fun activity for children (and adults alike) to enjoy 🙂

Simply download the free spooky faces by pressing the blue download button below.

Then either print the whole thing and trace a mouth, nose and eyes onto an A4 piece of paper or card, or use some graphics software to build your face and then print it out.

It’s best to put your face in the middle of the paper when you do it.

Next, using a craft knife, cut out the black parts of the face. Remember knives can be dangerous so make sure you have permission, and adult supervision where necessary.

Lastly wrap the piece of card round your device, so the face is over the screen, and tape the two ends of the card together to make a sleeve. You might need to trim a little off the top and/or bottom of the card for a better fit.

Now you can simply start up Best Night Light using whichever light mode you like, pop your device into your spooky face sleeve, and enjoy 🙂

My favourites are shown below in the video, firstly the Emerald City Lava light mode, and Inferno, another Lava light mode.

And there you go. I hope you have as much fun making them as I did.

Best Night Light Update!

We’re happy to announce that Best Night Light has just received an update on Google Play and Apple App stores.

There are no new features, but we have addressed a couple of the bugs which had been introduced in the last few updates.

Firstly, there was a bug which caused a crash on the Android version. This was a very hard bug to track down as we couldn’t replicate it on any of our test devices. We are confident now that we fixed this issue.

Apple users said that since the update they were unable to listen to music apps whilst using Best Night Light. We have fixed this issue as well.

We are still working on bringing the Amazon version of Best Night Light into line with the other two stores (It’s currently 2 updates behind). but sadly there is no news on when this update will be launched.

Thank you to everyone out there who has used Best Night Light. We hope these updates make the app even better for you 🙂

Merry Christmas!

Firstly, Let me wish all of you guys out there a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Secondly, I’d like to announce that the Beta version of Best QR has just been uploaded to the Play Store this evening. As soon as I have a download link for it, I will post it on the Testers group. If you want to join the Beta testers group then send an email to betateam@warriorsofthecucumber.

Thirdly, I’m hoping that 2016 is the year when the WotC release their first proper game to the Android store. But more on that in future blogs.

Hello world!

Welcome along to the new Warriors of the Cucumber Blog.

You’ll have to excuse the lack of content, there is still a couple of technical issues to work out with the new layout; but rest assured it’ll be back soon enough.

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