Personally I hate the apps, ok for management of charging history perhaps, but I’d say 95% of my charging issues are due to flaky apps reliant on a good signal, I much prefer a RFID card, two the screen plug in, sorted. Better still, plug in and charge.It is interesting, how in some countries a large amount of population seem to think speed limit is some kind of suggestive number. I think more countries should use the Finnish system where the speeding ticket fine depends on how big your salary is. Depending how much you overspeed, you can get a ticket of 10...100 days of your salary.
As per charging network, at least in Finland it has improved radically over the last two years I've owned my Kona. We only need 3 apps (soon 4th) to cover the major charging networks, so that's manageable too. However I can see how that becomes a nightmare once crossing borders. The growth of EV charging network will explode in EU in the coming years as the money is being poured to them - on just has to hope the money goes to proper providers, not to gravy train operators owned by politicians friends...
after the Corridor debacle in France, I hope the EU will keep closer tabs on the charger investment!