EDIT: just got version 4.4.1-1403. Battery drain issue solved. 👍 👍 Old review: On version 4.4.0-1403, the app drains 85% of my phone battery in 4 hours. Seriously devs, you can't do worse than that. Even the Android Wear app (which has tons of negative feedback) doesn't drain battery that way...
There are times (while switching phones), that the bluetooth section of the watch says "connected", but app on the phone says "connecting". 07/15: sudden disconnections. Has support for this being terminated even thought 2017 has not finished, yet? UPDATE: voice reply is not working at all. Commenting from an OP5
So sad! My pebble watch can not receive notification from Chamberlain myQ garage any more after the lastest update on July 18, 2017. Wish I could go back to older version.
I have been using pebble since inception. Pebble started the wearable movement and has been getting better with each update. Unfortunately some people don't realize you have to go into the app to update the firmware and that it does not automatically update. I have had zero problems with battery or crashing. My word of advise, not all apps are created equal and that may be why you have battery drain or crashing. Good luck Pebble with your future, I am sure we will be hearing from you again very soon. Thank you for fixing the icon issue, never thought it would be fixed.
THIS is how to sunset. Pebble did everything right, including bowing out of offering support for their watches. I've got my fingers crossed they'll help Fitbit launch something even more amazing but am afraid the pebble series were a brief flash of genious design and execution in the wearables world. So long and thanks for all the fish!
A pebble is still the top battery life watch with max feature you can find in market. I am so sad that the fitbit closed it down. It created the smart watch market and stop watch market will drown with it.
We’ve updated our Android app to preserve the Pebble smartwatch experience and remove the dependence on cloud services.
The app lets Pebble devices keep working, even if online servers are not accessible for any reason. The login process can be skipped, apps can be side-loaded, and the latest watch firmware (including language packs) can be installed.
Visit developer.pebble.com for full details.
This release includes fixes for missing images and high CPU usage on certain versions of Android.