Jail is a notoriously difficult place to get to, and there are many ways to get there.
The new Boot app can be used to download jail content, though.
It’s a jail-themed app for iOS and Android that can be downloaded by jail users who can’t access jail directly.
The app has been available for some time, but the developer behind it, Andrew Nell, says he’s finally got it ready to launch.
“It’s a little bit of a surprise, but actually I’d been working on it for about a year and a half, so this is definitely a big deal,” Nell told The Next Week.
“I think a lot of people were waiting for a way to access jail content on iOS, and it’s finally here.”
Nell’s Boot app is a jail themed app that can automatically download jail-related content for users who cannot access jail.
The jail content can include photos, videos, music, and text files.
The Boot app allows users to navigate the jail, search for content, and install apps.
Nell says the jail content is “really, really interesting” and is currently in the beta phase.
Users can download the jail app from the app store, but it’s also available on Google Play, Apple’s App Store, and the Apple App Store for jail users.
It works with iOS 8 jail users only, though it won’t work on iOS 7 or iOS 8 users.
The jail content currently only includes jail related videos, though Nell said they plan to add more.
Nell told Next Week that he was working on the jail-specific app for a few years, and he said he had a bunch of jail related content in his head.
The developers were able to “sort of just kind of build something on top of it” that allowed users to access content from jail, which Nell hopes will help people access jail more easily.
Nettles plans to work on additional jail-based content and updates.
The latest version of the jail themed boot app also has a new “Home” button on the bottom, which allows users who are in jail to access their content from the home screen.
Users will be able to search for jail-inspired content by searching for the word “jail” and then typing the content into the search bar.
Users also can add content to the home page by clicking on the “Add to Home” button, which brings up a dropdown menu with several options.
The new Home page also shows “Home page” icons on top, with a menu of options.
Users who want to see jail-styled content can click on the title bar and the content will be shown on the home homepage.
Users that want to create an account for jail content will have to do a little more work.
The account creation process will ask for a password, and once they click “Create,” the app will ask them to input a username and password.
Once the user’s logged in, they’ll be able access content stored on their device.
Nettles said he has plans to expand the jail theme to include more content, but he wants to do so “right away.”
Nettler told The Week that jail theme customization is “very important” for jail visitors, because jail content tends to “lack” variety and it tends to feel cluttered.
Nelson hopes the jail themes will become more interesting as jail content becomes more diverse.
“There’s a lot more jail themed content on the iOS side, and I think the jail sites and the jail apps are a lot better for that,” Nettler said.
“So, I think we can make some really interesting content and I hope people are able to see it.”
The next jail theme update is expected to be released in the next few days.
Nel’s latest jail theme, which will be released to jail users this week, also includes a new home page that allows users access to jail-oriented content and a new app called “Jail Finder.”