Yes, I am looking at the “grid” view (which isn’t a grid, it is just rows)
In the circle at the left shows one set of data which does not match the text data above the line, even though for the data to be shown in the circle, it must be in the app… it just isn’t incorporated in what is being shown in the larger text… and then, of course, also, is the ‘gusting’ info… which pays no attention to the data being displayed in the circle… instead needs to wait however long before updating to the data that was already previously shown in the app… and ignored as a high value until separately pushed as a different data point/variable.
Of course, wind which one wants to see more often/from a greater distance is much smaller than the barometer’s font size for example.
Thankfully, the BTST app has better display options for viewing from a greater distance, but I’m not a fan of companies that require 3rd parties to create apps to fix the problems/shortcomings with the apps that the seller of the product provides.
I’m also kinda tired of hearing about graphs graphs graphs, when I’m wanting the weather station I purchased to have a display that is big enough for people to see/read easily AND idiot proof so that folks don’t need to constantly click on things to see the info that should have been visible on the main display (or multiple full screen display options or customization.)
While not an issue for me personally, I do have others for whom the station was purchased for them to easily view the info… and especially for them, “just” clicking on things is not easy for them, and usually produces the wrong results, because there are 10’s of Millions of Americans alone who are not that saavy with electronic devices. I’ve only had it installed for 1 week and I’m already tired of their many times per day confusion with trying to see basic stuff because they didn’t consider designing for non-electronics saavy users.