@arztde Let me address your international issues more specifically. First, like most lazy Americans, I only speak English. Second, our apps are intended to be a guide to help OTHERS build apps. We can't possibly support a dozen languages in everything we do. If you want German, by all means build it and share it with the rest of us. Finally, as to weather, believe me we've tried to build international versions at least a half dozen times. And every time, the provider magically changes things to break our code. The National Weather Service does it once every 10 years, and we've made it extremely difficult for them to even detect our presence. We've given up on others but, by all means, be our guest. These are open source GPL projects, not limitless charitable contributions on my part. We expect international visitors to at least learn how their dial strings differ from 1NXXNXXXXXX. If that's insurmountable, then a commercial product produced in your home country is probably a better fit for you. As you said, 90% of our users are from the U.S. so that's where we must focus our attention given our limited resources.