The folks at Pebble have pushed another beta for Pebble 2.0 for Android, and introduced a whole lots of improvements.
This is the 10th beta for Pebble 2.0 for Android, and we’re expecting the final version to launch in the coming weeks. The update includes several improvements related to speed in MyPebble, connection and more.
Here’s a complete list of improvements introduced in Pebble 2.0 Beta 10:
- Improvements to speed in MyPebble
- Improvements to connection stability (this fixes the appmessage getting stuck bug)
- Improvements to power use
- Installing apps via websockets will now auto launch them
- Improvements to pairing during onboarding
Unfortunately, it’s still not bug free and there are still some issues which needs work from the Pebble team. They’ve outlines those problems in the official blog post which includes:
- Still some issues in onboarding
- HTML5 localStorage gets shared between apps.
- The onboarding process will restart if you enable Accessibility. Workaround: Do not enable accessibility in the onboarding process.
- If you are upgrading from a pre-2.0 firmware, you will need to first upgrade your watch to 1.14. Upgrading from earlier version is not fully supported at the moment. (To upgrade your Pebble firmware, please use the Pebble 1.9.6 app available in Google Play).
If you’re a Pebble owner and want to give this beta app a try, head over to the Pebble Developer’s blog to take a look at it.
Source: Pebble Developer Blog
Image Credit: Android Authority