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Pebble Time updates add jumbo-sized emoji and changes to both iOS and Android apps

Pebble Time updates add jumbo-sized emoji and changes to both iOS and Android apps
Pebble has sent out three updates for Pebble Time users. One update takes the firmware of the watch from build 3.6 to 3.10. At the same time, both the iOS and Android apps for the timepiece were also updated to build 3.10. The firmware update takes emoji to the next level with jumbo emoji. The firmware update also adds some changes to Pebble Health, including a new activity summary available at the end of each day.

The iOS app is updated and has a new design. A main tab at the bottom lets you control Watch faces, Apps, and Notifications, and there is an overflow menu in the top right of the screen. A new Notifications tab will list an app once a notification from one comes from your paired iPhone. From this list, you can decide which apps can send you notifications from your iPhone to your Pebble Time watch. Notifications from apps that are muted will only appear on your iPhone. You can set apps to be muted always, never, on weekdays, or on weekends. Text replies are more reliable, and an issue that caused some iOS users to experience huge data usage when using the app has been repaired.

The Android app has an improved Send Text app based on user feedback. Both iOS and Android now have in-app support for English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish. And the update for both apps includes bug fixes and performance improvements.

Check out the changelists for all three updates and more, by clicking on the slideshow below.

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source: Pebble via AndroidCentral


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