Pebble Smartwatch App Updated to Push Emails to Watch

Posted August 23, 2013 at 2:58pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6544 views

The Pebble Smartwatch app has been updated to push emails to your watch as they come in.

Pebble is the first watch built for the 21st century. It's infinitely customizable, with beautiful watchfaces and useful internet-connected apps. Pebble connects to iPhone and iPod using Bluetooth, alerting you with a silent vibration to incoming calls, emails and messages. While designing Pebble, we strove to create a minimalist yet fashionable product that seamlessly blends into everyday life.

- Configure email notifications (Gmail and generic IMAP services, like AOL, iCloud, etc)
- Notifies you when software updates for Pebble ready to install
- Installs and remove custom watchfaces onto your Pebble
- Sends test messages and test phone calls to your Pebble
- Helps you troubleshoot issues

What's New In This Version:
- Emails will now be "pushed", so they will show on your Pebble as they come in.
- Fixed support for AOL and iCloud email accounts.

You can download Pebble Smartwatch from the App Store for free.

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Koenig - August 23, 2013 at 9:16pm
Old news? This update is weeks old. :)
K-Chan - August 25, 2013 at 1:40pm
No, the previous update was for "get" email, every 30 minutes or so, therefore notifications lagged from when they were actually received. This is for immediate "push" notification, when they actually come in.
Fukran John - August 23, 2013 at 3:41pm
So boring product
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