Pebble

Pebble now has Android Wear support

Pebble is a week early in giving digital presents to their loyal users who tether their smartwatches to Android devices. Version 2.3 now gives you the ability to reply and act on notifications from apps that have Android Wear support and it will give your Pebble a whole new lease on its digital life.

Black Friday and Cyber Monday: here’s what’s going down

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and so are two of the biggest shopping days of the year. Black Friday and Cyber Monday will be overflowing with sales, discounts, and promos that will try to relieve you of the holiday tension. But what to get and where to get it? If you haven't made up your mind what to buy this holiday yet, here are some of the options available to you. Welcome to Android Community's mini shopping guide.

Endomondo Android app adds Pebble support

Endomondo has been tracking people fitness and health data since 2007 and it still continues to bring a better experience to the users every time the app is updated. The latest update has finally brought Pebble support to Android as we mentioned last July. A few months ago too, Endomondo added support for the Samsung Gear Fit and Gear 2 and that seemed to be a success that the company also added support for Android Wear and the Samsung Gear S.

Pebble firmware update: more languages, more notifications

While other newer smartwatches have been coming out with more advanced features, some people still prefer the "classic" wearable design and functionality of a Pebble. Whether it's because of its platform flexibility or its ease of use and function, it still has a place in the market amidst the Android Wear and Tizen devices out there. A new firmware update brings more languages and notification options for users, to keep up with their continually growing international base as well.

FastMail email, calendar, contacts app now available on Android

Signing up for a free email address is as fast as (or even faster) than brewing your own cup of coffee nowadays. And with all the free email services out there, would you even consider paying for one? Well, if you're sick and tired of all the ads that hound your Gmail or Yahoo account or you're paranoid about how Google seems to be taking a peek into your emails to give you contextual ads, then those are legitimate reasons to go to something like FastMail. The paid email service finally now has an Android app, which might make it a more attractive alternative to those who are dissatisfied with free accounts.

Pebble adds health and fitness apps, more retail stores

As Pebble celebrates 2 1/2 years of being in the wearable market, way before any of the other smartwatches were in existence, they've made a few announcements to celebrate. This includes a new update, adding several health and fitness apps, making the smartwatch available in more retail outlets and of course, new pricing.

Pebble launches Firmware 2.5 with emoji support

Emojis are a popular way for people to show how they are feeling without having to type it out. Smartphone and tablet users have been texting emojis and using third party apps to send them for a long time now. Pebble has announced a new firmware has landed bringing the watch to firmware version 2.5.

Pebble comes out with #FreshHotFly limited colors edition

Smartwatches are becoming not just sought-after wearable gadgets but even fashion accessories as well. The fashion-conscious would not just be content wearing the usual black, gray or white devices on their wrist but would prefer something cooler and even changeable. Pebble has come out with limited edition colors for their smartwatches in a campaign they’ve dubbed #FreshHotFly.

Pebble update: notification skipping, improved connectivity

Pebble smartwatch users can now access an over-the-air update to their firmwear with Version 2.3, as well as an iOS app update for Apple users. With this update, you can now skip past notifications by double-clicking your device, and along with this, v2.3 also gives you better Bluetooth connectivity and other improvements on the gadget’s stability.
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