German software developer Ashampoo will release the latest edition of its burning application Ashampoo Burning Studio, November 27, 2013.
Ashampoo Burning Studio 14 brings many new features to make burning data, music, videos and photos easier and more reliable. Compared to the previous edition, Ashampoo Burning Studio 12, this latest edition not only features a leap in performance but also skips a version number.
"Ashampoo was founded in 1999 based on the premise to distribute software solely through digital channels. That was 14 years ago. In light of our birthday, we have decided to skip 13, considered an unlucky number in some cultures." explains Ashampoo CEO Sebastian Schwarz.
The software features a new design along with a faster menu navigation. It will allow users to burn data with file encryption. For all fans of audio disc ripping, album covers will now be found and downloaded automatically. Also, with the ongoing success of smartphones and tablets, data backups play an ever more important role. TThe updated software includes a backup feature that specifically backs up and stores data from mobile end-user devices.
Ashampoo Burning Studio 14 will be available starting November 27, 2013. The company is offering interested users a 30-day trial version the application for free. On November 7, 2013, Ashampoo will begin the pre-order phase during which the program will be available at a discount.