novaPDF adds 2 new languages: Klingon and Elvish

Attention all Trekkies and Middle Earth fans: we’ve released a new update to novaPDF that adds Klingon and Elvish as interface languages! That’s right – you can now use novaPDF to convert your files to PDF while navigating the interface entirely in Klingon or Elvish.

The addition of these 2 languages shows our commitment to inclusivity and catering to the needs of users from all backgrounds and interests. Whether you’re a die-hard Star Trek fan who speaks fluent Klingon or a Lord of the Rings / Middle Earth enthusiast who can read and write in Elvish, you can now enjoy the convenience of using novaPDF in your preferred language.

If you are curious, here’s a glimpse of how novaPDF looks in Klingon:

The novaPDF setup screen in Klingon

We added Elvish as a tribute to the fantasy genius of J.R.R Tolkien. Here’s a glimpse of how it looks in Elvish (Quenya):

The novaPDF setup screen in Elvish

What’s new in this update:

  • Interface is now available in Klingon, the language spoken by the Klingon species in the Star Trek universe.
  • Interface is now available in Elvish (Tengwar Quenya), the language spoken by Elves in the Middle-Earth universe (where the action in Lord of The Rings happens).
  • Users can now convert to PDF documents written in Klingon or Elvish, making it easier than ever to have PDFs in the languages of some of the most iconic science fiction and fantasy universes.

To use novaPDF in Klingon or Elvish, simply select your desired language from the dropdown menu during the setup, or if you’ve already installed from Tools->Options. From there, all menus, prompts, and messages will be displayed in your chosen language.

This latest update is sure to excite fans of science fiction and fantasy everywhere. So what are you waiting for? Download novaPDF and start using it in Klingon or Elvish today: Download novaPDF

May the force be with you! Wait, wrong universe, or a hint for a future update? Let us know if you have your own suggestions for what future languages to add in novaPDF, right now these are considered next:

  • Na’vi language – suggested by Avatar fans
  • Dothraki language – suggested by Game of Thrones fans
  • Romulan language – the go-to villains in Star Trek, just in case of an invasion
  • Aramaic language – Jesus’ language, preparedness for the second coming?
  • Latin language – if English gets de-throned