Hey peeps, Just testing the water here... I've been busting a gut getting my app running on Android for Project Cars. This uses the network data that PCars sends. Would it be worth my time adding Raceroom support? To achieve this I'd need to implement a small server app that would send the shared memory block data along with some button press data, to the phone. I'd have to implement some UDP broadcast network discovery / handshake too. All this would be added to the existing Crew Chief Windows app. Running it in 'network' mode it wouldn't have to process any of the data or play sounds, it'd just forward the packets + the detected button presses. The android app would be a little different regarding voice recognition. It wouldn't be able to reliably recognise spoken driver names, so "where's Smith?" type questions wouldn't work, an some of the other bits and bob would work a little differently (e.g. the voice commands are more flexible because they're parsed natural language). And there might be some lag issues with sub-optimal network condition. The rest of it should be OK though. The reason I'm asking this is that doing all this would be a substantial slice of work - 2 or 3 days worth or more. I plan to sell the android app and keep the PC app free. Would anyone choose the android app over the PC version for RaceRoom?