The unfortunate thing is LFSLazy hard-checking for the LFS version, instead of, lets say InSim version that if changes, could really make it incompatible. It sure would be a bit riskier and make the app more prone to malfunctioning with a new LFS version, but on the other hand we could still use Lazy in these cases, when no major things changed after 7A (7B-C-D) that could break it.
(of course, the appearance of vehicle mods was major, and not something this approach could substitute)
Gadgets like Lazy has would be very welcome to LFS, though. If not that, creating a community-developed, open source alternative would be the way (which we mentioned on the LFS Discord server many times already). Of course, that would need huge contribution from lots of people to build up from scratch, but in the long run, it would make sure the app doesn't just "stop" working.