Do app developers think that Android users just want cutesy? Still looking at weather programs and the most usable ones belong to iOS dammit. Accuweather, and a few iOS exclusives have jet stream maps, US front maps, etc. Looking at the pics from Accuweather, Apple's is closest to the web site on a computer. We get stupid movies, stickers, and animals that change color if it rains and crowdreports and social sites. Weatherbug has gone social. Unisys is not available on Android. To even get close to Accuweather on line , I've had to put a link to the fronts and jet stream page on screen on the Moto. I had an app on a Sony Clie PDA (Palm) that did most of what the newer astronomy apps do. Most of us who used Palm use that app. Palm died, and the maker switched the format to iOS. He was begged for Android but said writing for Android was too hard. Now we do have top of the line apps like Sky Safari Pro which does all the original Astromist did and more, and we still can't get those 2 maps in an Android weather app? I've looked at the ones for flight and sail and they are not what I wanted. I've also asked Accuweather a couple of times why Apple gets things that Android doesn't. No reply.