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Just a quick note to let you know the Magento Pulse Storm Launcher application is now available via Magento Connect. Big thanks to the Connect team for a fast turnaround and approval.

I always feel weird doing this, but if you’re using the launcher and have a few minutes to space, I’d appreciate a quick (or long) review of the extension. Reviews play some sort of role in ranking extensions, and I’d really like to see this one in the hands of as many people as possible.

Also, if your team likes the launcher, they’ll love Pulse Storm’s commercial products as well. This website wouldn’t be possible without these products, and your support is always appreciated.

Originally published October 3, 2012
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Originally Posted: 3rd October 2012