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There are 5 comments on Terrier Tech: Pebble

  1. I love my pebble, too. But as I read this review, I wonder, if they realy tested the smartwatch. Monitoring running and cycling pace? Shure, in the future.

    1. In the video we mentioned that it’s a future feature and technically the watch isn’t released so I think it’s ok to mention the promised functionality, maybe that could get cleared up?

      I actually use my Pebble all the time :D

    1. Basically for the notifications you setup (or the ones it supports automatically) it will also vibrate when the phone would so the confirmation from the wrist helps fix the uncertainty. There are definitely still issues with notifications in general when using iOS (Android has its own set of problems) but standard text/imessage/phone notifications are connected by default.

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