Since the FP app on latest iOS is now broken -i unfortunately upgraded my iPhone's OS before seeing Sarah's warning about this -the situation is such (with 174 sensors in the ground, and no data sync for 2 weeks already!) where i'm thinking to borrow an Android device, so i can resume the flow of data before it's too late .
Thing is: i don't know how this will work, in fact. Can i just install the FlowerPower software via the app store (or, Google Play i guess it is), log into the FP cloud using my registered credentials, and then download all my data over WiFi? That's a lot of data, including all the pictures that are related to these sensors, if indeed those are stored in the cloud (or do they exist only in the Photo library on my phone?). If anyone is familiar with this procedure of changing devices, before i go down that road, i would love to hear from someone who's already done it.
 Re my "before it's too late" comment: i know that the sensors keep a 3-month log of data, and hopefully Parrot will come through with the software fix before that. Problem is: these CSV file downloads on which i rely for comprehensive time-series data from all my sensors come to me with only a single (trailing) month of data... So if i don't get the data flowing once again in the next 2 weeks, i'm going to have a gap in the data that will grow wider every 15 minutes until the problem is solved!