For all new users there is a tedious task to get going with burst. You either need to download a local wallet to then struggle with java to set it up. After that you need to download the blockchain which can seem to take forever for some people. If you do not use a local wallet you need to use an online wallet. With this there is some security trust issues since the online wallets can be mischievous and steal your passphrases. So to go around both of this issues I think it would be a good idea to make a wallet lite that solves above issues. This means that you just download a wallet. Start it and you are up and running directly.
So how can this be achieved?
Well we need to have the blockchain stored somewhere so my idea is that instead or at the same time as one hosts an online wallet you use a new version of the wallet that has some new api functions. And this will act as a server part of the wallet.
When the new wallet accesses the server part it can request blocks only for a specific address so the user can see and view his transactions. The new wallet also has function to create announcement packages and send those to the server to be renounced out to the network. In this way the wallet never sends any password to anyone and is only used within the wallet. And users can safely commit transactions.
I am not sure this wallet type is ready for burst since I still think we need more nodes in the network and this wallet does not make that happen. But it would for sure ease up a lot for newcomers.
Please give your feedback to this and maybe some can work together to see this in reality.