Proposal: To have some sort of additional display for the collection time of a GB when viewing either a GB or the boost list on the app version of the game. Currently, as far as i know there is no way of telling on the app when GBs are going to refresh which is particularly useful for things like boosts. I do not know exactly how this would work, but I can visualise 3 different ways this could be achieved. (I am not suggesting implementing all of them!) Suggestion 1: add an additional line within the GB information window (for the user only within their city) which gives this information. Suggestion 2: within the boost lists (within the town hall), add the GB refresh time/count down info within the 'card' displaying how many effective uses of the GB related boost. Possibly even keep a greyed out 'card' for GB boosts when theyre fully expired in order to keep the info displayed. This doesnt however benefit GBs like Alkatraz whereby their collection might help with certain quests. Suggestion 3: add an additional card (like when clicking on a residential building or a special building which generates something) which states the collection time of the GB, with a button below to enter the current viewing page of the GB with the fp donations or listing GB boosts. It would look similar to the card you get when clicking on the town hall, before entering. A major drawback to this is that it adds an additional minor menu to general game play, which i know the addition would annoy some players. Have you checked the forums for the same or similar idea? I've had a search and a look around, and I didnt see a similar suggestion. Apologies if i have overlooked anything. Reason: I've become rather dependant on being able to time my collection times i order to make sure I'm within certain boosts like LoA- this is also really beneficial when having to do loads of really small productions whereby i want to make these collections (usually for quest) when the boost is not active- but in this case knowing how quickly the boost will reactivate is equally useful. This, currently I am only able to do/check up on the PC version.