Hey all! When I got my Tesla Model S a year ago I was a bit disappointed with the lacklustre find-a-charging-station apps for iOS so I decided to make my own. I decided to use OpenChargeMap's API as it imports data from numerous other API's for countries around the world. However, being Norwegian myself I havent really gathered much feedback from users in other countries. So while the app works great here in Norway it might not perform as well elsewhere (though it should). Perhaps you have a really good app designed for the US already, but if not, then maybe SparkMap could be useful. I'd love feedback from US users. I'm continuously improving the app and input from users are invaluable. For instance, the app has the option to filter out certain charging connectors but I really have no idea what charging connector types are most common in the US. If anyone here could give me some tips on what connector types are most relevant, that would be great! So should you be longing for such an app to let you find charging stations it would be fantastic if you gave SparkMap a go. The app is open source but I do charge a small fee (the cheapest pricing tier Apple allows) in order to hopefully one day cover the Apple Developer fee I have to pay to offer the app. You can find SparkMap on the App Store. If you do choose to give it a whirl, please let me know what you think, good or bad! Cheers!