Source: openPR 1/29/2007

BurnLounge to Launch Next Version of Software

BurnLounge will launch the next version of its software - BL2 - in March 2007

openPR) - BurnLounge will launch the next version of its software - BL2 - in early 2007. This desktop application will transform BurnLounge from a digital music service into a fully-functioning and self-contained network of socialization and sales, combining digital downloading, community-building, and personal entrepreneurship in one place, for the first time ever.

BurnLounge 2.0 - BL2 - represents a bold step forward: the transformation of BurnLounge from a web-based store to a desktop application, downloadable onto any computer running Windows OS.

The BL2 software has several components:

The Store essentially replicates the BurnLounge 1.0 web-based store, but delivers it in striking new levels of power, elegance and function. In future releases of BL2, the Store will move beyond music and downloads to allow Retailers to sell merchandise, ringtones, movies and other digital content.

The Independent Content Editor (I.C.E.) is now more extensive and detailed than ever before, offering Retailers the opportunity to customize not only their featured content but also the layout of their Store.

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