Pebble Notifications app found in Windows Phone Store being tested internally by Microsoft

Pebble Notifications app found in Windows Phone Store being tested internally by Microsoft
Pebble has just returned to its crowdfunded roots with the new Pebble Time. The new smartwatch will continue to support both Android and iOS, but not Windows Phone. However, an internal Microsoft app listed in the Windows Phone Store seems to indicate that Pebble Time will soon support Microsoft's mobile OS.

The Pebble Notifications app found in the Windows Phone Store is being tested internally by Microsoft. The app will apparently help Windows Phone users determine which apps they can receive notifications from on their Pebble Time watch. There are three different options available including No notifications during quiet hours, Email- notifications for inbox only, and Disable all notifications on watch.


The app has recently been updated which means that Microsoft is taking an interest in it. That could point to Windows Phone support on the new Pebble Time. Meanwhile, if you need something around your wrist that works with Windows Phone, let us suggest the Microsoft Band. That wearable works with Windows Phone, iOS and Android and features integration with Cortana for those pairing it with a Windows Phone device. And it offers many of the fitness tracking features that you're looking for.


source: WMPoweruser

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