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Can we check our Pebble Battery Percentage from Pebble Apps? It will handy when we put on desk while charging. 
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Lawrence McFarland's profile photoTodd Warner's profile photo
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Good point. It would be nice to see. Maybe in the Manage Pebble section. I'd rarely use it (that's why I have the watch) but it would be nice.
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Ken Buschel

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Can you open apps on the iPhone from the pebble time round? For example, if I have an Instagram notification on my pebble, can I open Instagram on my phone?
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Ken Buschel's profile photoLawrence McFarland's profile photo
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Although if you have notifications set up, when you pull your phone from your pocket, just swipe down to open notification center. The notification will appear on that screen, and if you tap on it, Instagram will open without having to go find the icon on one of your home screens.

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Abanoub Ghipriel

Pebble Time Steel  - 
 
Selling Pebble Time Steel with 2 extra bands and screen protector. P.M. me if you're interested
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Nico Schurr's profile photoAbanoub Ghipriel's profile photo
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+Nico Schurr I'm thinking about$150 is a fair price for the watch and the additional straps and additional screen protectors
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Jim Barr

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New Google Two Factor on Pebble?

Given Google's recent tweak to two-factor authentication (where an email message is sent with "Yes" or "No" links) does anyone else think that either a Pebble Time app or a tweak to Notifications would be in order to provide this functionality easily on the Pebble Time? My thought would be that when you get the validation email, the notification would let you simply reply "Yes" or "No" with the watch's buttons. The response goes back to your phone, and then back to Google, and voila! you gain access. There's currently an excellent Pebble app that generates the required Google Authenticator codes, and it works really well. But if this "Yes" or "No" kind of function could be "baked in" to Pebble, this would make working with new two-factor concepts easier.
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Maarten Werff's profile photoJim Barr's profile photo
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Correction: One thing I noticed after enabling this is that it's NOT an email function, but a security function tied to the phone. What I mean is that when I try to login, I get a notification on my phone requiring me to confirm screenlock (by swiping the pattern) and then confirming "Yes" or "No". So the core functionality would have to be somehow passed through to the Pebble application, and then to the watch. This is obviously a much more in-depth process than I originally understood it to be.
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What happens to the classic pebble jet black? lcd when the still on and off, make me not comportable about happen with my lcd ... how to handle it, and how about the warranty?
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Reky mediar Pribawiguna's profile photoTomáš Holčík's profile photo
 
A "Pebble Smartwatch Security Assessment"

Probably outdated (and with amateurish flavour) but still interesting reading.

THEIR conclusion:
«The primary takeaway is that users of the Pebble Watch should exercise caution when
installing applications they have not written themselves to their watch.»

Well... this conclusion applies to any software on any device doesn't it ?
If you don't wrote it yourself you have to trust the programmer who did it ;-)
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Albert Salamon

Pebble Time Steel  - 
 
I just released a few watchfaces on Pebble App Store with KiezelPay option. These models will be available in TTMM apps for free with the next update.

FEELTTMM
https://apps.getpebble.com/en_US/application/576919dc0cc8f5797300044b

TTMM88
https://apps.getpebble.com/en_US/application/5763c1b72946d718b3000041?section=watchfaces

PREVENTTMM
https://apps.getpebble.com/en_US/application/5763b0ff2bdec323d800018f?section=watchfaces
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Albert Salamon's profile photoDar Hilton's profile photo
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+Albert Salamon thank you for confirming much appreciated.
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Afonso Santos

Kickstarter  - 
 
With 8 days to go, here is a snapshot of the non-combo pledges of the ongoing Kickstarter campaign.

(My) conclusions:
- Core will be a hard/slow sell at $99 retail price.
- Even at only 60% the price and almost double the discount of the T2 the early bird tier for P2 might not even complete (that would be a 1st for Pebble: having one of its KS early-bird tiers not exhausted before end of campaign).
- T2 is the clear favorite but few are willing to wait longer than November. Probably nothing Pebble can do about this as the display batch production runs usualy are in the 20k-30k units range and, for new models of displays (as it seems to be the case), the display manufacturer (JDI ?) ramps up volumes slowly to avoid the risk of large volume recalls.
- No kickstarter records will be broken this time around.
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Afonso Santos's profile photoPeter Ullinger's profile photo
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I suspect the gap between the selling numbers of T2 and PT2 will be smaller than those numbers let us think at first.
On KS, the afficiades and the hardcore tech fans "bet" on the device they dream of. In retail, the common folk takes a more critical look on the price tag.
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Chuck Best

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This would make a great watch face
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Richard Johnson's profile photoChuck Best's profile photo
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+Richard Johnson I'll have to give it a try. Thanks 
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Developers Pebble Technology had raised venture capital for the product under their former name inPulse, but after initially failing to attract traditional investors under their new brand name, in April 2012 the Pebble became the most highly funded Kickstarter project to date.

Peter Jolly

Pebble Apps  - 
 
HOT TIP - Can't find your watch? Make sure it is connected to your phone and then change the watchface from the pebble app, your watch will vibrate each time the watchface changes.

Anyone have a better way to vibrate the watch if you cant find it in a room?
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Chris Gallaty's profile photoNdati Agapitus's profile photo
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+Michael Richardson phone finder watch face? 
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Thorby Corvin

Pebble Apps  - 
 
Bought a moto 360 for $80. After day one, it's about as useful as my pebble, perhaps less. The buttons on the pebble are easier to use while driving or running or even showering. The moto won't even work in the shower and it may brick out.

On the other hand the screen looks great (even though the battery lasts about a day) and Google now dictation is pretty good for sending messages. My pebble has no mic. Also I get to play with the heart sensor which the pebble is missing.

It seems the developer community for this watch is very ungeeky, compared to Pebble. I mean, no Lcars watch face in the play store? Seriously?
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Noam Asulin's profile photoThorby Corvin's profile photo
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+Christopher Carroll Same. I prefer the button. It's more intuitive to use the Pebble UI + great battery life 
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Pebble 2 review
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Noam Asulin's profile photoКонстантин Братулин's profile photo
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Well, it's not a real review. More like overview 
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Ken Buschel

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Is there a way to respond to Facebook messenger notifications from the pebble time round on an iPhone? #pebbletimeround #fbmessenger
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Margaret Leber's profile photoChristian Hintze's profile photo
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would like to add that emails can be answered as well (gmail android app and default AOSP android mail client)
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My watchface of the day : sticking with this stock classic analog watchface / Tictoc by Pebble

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Coffee Brown Leather Straps by PRIMRIA: https://www.etsy.com/listing/272695598/
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gabriel alicea's profile photoJeroen Adema's profile photo
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Don't loose it in the woods! 
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Takács József

Pebble Time  - 
 
My Pebble (Time) app crashing constantly with the newest Google Play Services :(
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Chris Weber

Pebble Time  - 
 
I can't get my pebble time to connect to my Nexus 6. It just has the Bluetooth disconnected on the watch.
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Chris Weber's profile photoDar Hilton's profile photo
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+Chris Weber your welcome happy to help if I can.
Pebblers stick together 😀
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hi guys, what's the name of this watchface? it is compatible with pebble time 1?

thanks 
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杨雪's profile photoAlessandro Buccato's profile photo
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so, I'll buy the T2 ahahahah 
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Hi Pebblers, i have made a comparison between my Original #Pebble and my #PebbleTime display brightness and i think that the original is more bright(white is white) then Time, in which white is almost yellow. Now i have bucked new #PebbleTime2 so i would to know if NEW display technology solve this "worsening". And what about (new?) #Pebble2 display? Thank you in advance.
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Afonso Santos's profile photoPeter Ullinger's profile photoLuigi “LeNNyNERo” Picaro's profile photo
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I also backed the P2 rather than the T2 bc of the better contrast. The only reason I own a PT1 rather than the Steel is the annoying screen tearing issue. 
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Andre Vicari

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I have an OG Pebble. Is it safe to delete the OG Pebble app? I have both apps installed now.
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Dustin Wiley's profile photoJustin Levy's profile photo
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Yesssssss
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