Love it--but loads fairly slowly Seems to be downloading the entire image over Bluetooth each time, because it does hang for a few seconds every now and then. If that's truly the bottleneck (and not the drawing capabilities of the Pebble, which I doubt), I can think of a few ways to improve it--especially if the image is sent as a full-sized bitmap. It's only 625 bits of information, after all, and it oughtn't be too hard to dynamically draw it based on the bare data. Love the concept though, and I can't wait to try it out.
Trouble with stand-alone reader Agreed with the slowness - but there is really no need for it to be TOO responsive. Any tips on using it with the LevelUp stand alone reader? It didn't work today.. but I do plan on trying again soon.
Nothing but errors Tried to create account from phone and got constant errors every time. Created account online and added a card then tried to log in on the phone and got all new errors. Can't log in at all on the phone.
Really slow to load on Pebble This is a great concept, but the LevelUp QR code is sent as an image to the Pebble watch, so it is really slow and often just stops loading. And there's no easy way in the Pebble app to get the phone to resend.
I like the app. It's a little bit slow, but does the trick. I did notice a bug though with upgrading to Android 6.0. Due to changes with apps that aren't being used being marked Inactive, this app will stop working after a few days. Since it's requesting the QR code from the phone when the app runs on pebble i'm guessing this is meaning the phone can't launch the phone side of the app with optimizations turned on. I need to manually go into the app optimization page and tell it to not let this app optimize and then the problem doesn't exist anymore. If you can please upgrade it to have that permission by default I believe it will prevent this type of problem from other users too.
Needs some improvement Mainly, the image loads slowly, like it's sending a larger than needed image. When I tried to use it once it wouldn't scan. I'm guessing it was due to the screen brightness not being maxed, which the app should set full brightness & light on while it's open as I doubt most people keep their watch on full brightness normally. Also, the option to display the code upside down would be useful since the pebble screen doesn't rotate. I know it shouldn't matter, but it could be an issue.