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Topic # 139333 5-Feb-2014 12:26 Send private message

I updated my Pebble iOS app and watch yesterday as soon as the App Store became available.  I have to say they've done a fine job of bringing all the apps and watch faces together into a nice, easy to use service.  Being able to touch two buttons and load the app or watch face onto the Pebble is very easy and beautifully integrated.  My LCARS watch face wasn't compatible with v2.0 unfortunately, so I've started using SmartStatus instead.  Not strictly a watch face, but an app that includes the watch face, plus battery status icons for both the iPhone and Pebble, next calendar appointment, and the current weather.  I like it!

Anyone else updated and have any app or watch face suggestions?  Post them here!

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  Reply # 980624 5-Feb-2014 12:28 Send private message

does it work on Android or just iOS?



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  Reply # 980638 5-Feb-2014 12:31 Send private message

The Android version is in beta testing at the moment and should be released soon, so currently only available on iOS.

 

 



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  Reply # 981556 6-Feb-2014 22:28 Send private message

V. 2 and the Appstore are great additions. Pebble has become a smarter smart-watch.




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  Reply # 986429 12-Feb-2014 21:44 Send private message

Today's post on Pebble's blog suggests that a stable Android version is quite a bit away from an official release. They're having a tough time keeping compatibility across the huge range of devices and the OS fragmentation doesn't help either. Although the BETA 9 for Android released yesterday has noticeable improvements on my device.

The store is definitely a great place to finally centralise all apps/watch faces and I can't wait for things to stablise.

Anyways, I've designed and uploaded my first watch face if you guys want to try it out - just search for Trace

Trace watch face

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