Good app, but open sourcing it? For those demanding tge dev open source this, why? A switch to open source licensing is not a cure all. I enjoy the idea that other's sense of entitlement are telling the dev what he/she should do with his/her app. You all feel free to develop your own app, and open source it. Ill be holding my breath.
I like this app and would really like to use it on my Pebble. But it so totally disrupts the Pebble display that it makes it unusable. I assume this has something to do with memory management and memory leakage, but I don't know.
Open source needed Canvas is fantastic, but the ongoing lack of new development is seriously disappointing. This is by far the best app on the Pebble store; Pebble hiring the dev is killing a good thing. This should be released as open source, enabling further development and allowing faster bug fixes in future.
Used to be a big fan. Canvas was my favorite app on my original Kickstarter Pebble. Second to none. I upgraded to Pebble Time Round and NO SUPPORT! I'm told none is coming. If you want to support Pebble lovers, you support the latest and greatest versions. Epic fail.
Just one glaring issue... The fact that the images you use in your watch face are kept on the phone is highly annoying. There's no reason they can't be in the watch face itself. Having to wait for them to be requested and loaded (up to 10 seconds) every time the face loads is a waste of battery for both devices. If this weren't a free app the rating would be lower. Being able to have icons turn on and of when that service is on or off, not just when the watch is connected to the phone, would be nice as well.
Still using it I like being able to create custom watch faces. Unfortunately, it has been pretty much abandoned by the developer, so no improvements, including color support. But it still does what it always did.
Weather fixes. You will need to enter your own API key for OpenWeather to work