Sprint Opens Developer Program to iDEN Devices
Jan 5, 2010, 9:30 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Sprint announced the expansion of its Developer Sandbox to include iDEN capabilities. With iDEN support, developers can create and test applications for Sprint's Nextel and Boost brands. This could lead to a better selection of apps and services for iDEN phones.
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I think this is great for boost
And plus app makers will be getting profits because in the prepaid industry the subscribers wait til their bill gets so high and cancel it and re sign up and with that they will have to repurchase their apps as well...
A prepaid company that has a app store, think about it. A lot of people are already hoping on the Boost mobile wagon because of their unlimited plans and now to think about a app store with good apps would be reall