(UPDATED) Yesterday, Bandzoogle completed the migration of the "tens of thousands" of musician web sites it hosts to a new Beta 2.0 platform. Both members and new sign-ups are now using the new codebase and server. "The goal was to rebuild the foundations of our platform and migrate the sites we host," Bandzoogle CEO David Dufresne tells Hypebot. "The biggest upgrades are coming in the next few weeks and months, and we will have new features and updates on a regular basis, going forward."
For now, Bandzoogle users will notice a faster control panel and design tool. They've added new themes and redsigned their media players, blogging features, calendar, store and photo galleries. These artist website showcase the new features and design:
"The upgrades we are working on now include a a complete new design system and new theme layouts, expanded commerce features, tighter API integrations with popular services including SoundCloud, Instagram and Tumblr, multilingual options, a redesign of bandzoogle.com and of our blog, and the relaunch of Onesheet," says Dufrense.
Bandzoogle recently aquired One sheet, an musician focused social web site builder.