I’ve made some minor changes to the BoostApps site’s layout that I hope will make the site easier to use and less confusing to new users.
- The Universal App Loader is now a menu bar link instead of a sticky post on the front page. The majority of Boost users coming to the site now have CDMA phones. The Loader is mainly useful for the iDEN phones and having it on the front page seemed to confuse many new users.
- “Enter Jump Code” has been removed from the menu bar on the desktop site only. This was necessary to make room for the loader link. The Jump page is only usable in the phone browser and only after you have run the Loader. There’s a link to it on the last Loader page and on the mobile BoostApps site.
- The JAD link on both desktop and mobile download pages is now on a line by itself with extra verbiage that should make it clear than non-iDEN users should click it instead of the “Send To Phone” button.