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Pebble Update Introduces “Do Not Disturb” Mode, Better Notifications Controls

On Friday, the Pebble team pushed out an update to their popular smartwatch, bringing the software up to build v1.14. After the update, users will find a new “Do Not Disturb” setting, which is a feature that has been one of the most requested to date. With DND set, you can block notifications for a set period of time.

The update also includes an Alarms update to create multiple alarms, toggle them on or off, , edit existing, and even snooze them. You’ll find more control over notifications through a new dedicated menu, and all sorts of bug fixes. iOS users will see better performance as well.

Everything in the update can be found below. 

What’s New:

Do Not Disturb – Block notifications for a set period of time. On your Pebble this new setting can be found under: Settings » Notifications » Do Not Disturb.

Alarms Update – Create multiple alarms, toggle them on/off, and edit existing alarms. We’ve also added a new “Snooze Alarm”, customizable via the Pebble Alarms app.

Improved Notification Control – Get more control over what notifications are displayed (All Notifications, Phone Calls Only, or No Notifications). We’ve also moved Notification settings for faster access through a dedicated menu: Settings » Notifications.

Bug Fixes:

  • Fixed an issue where Pebble may enter “Recovery Mode” immediately after updating to 1.13 firmware.
  • Fixed issue affecting some iOS Pebblers who experienced dropped Bluetooth connections a few seconds after connecting.
  • Fixed an issue where Caller ID data would not display on Pebble after receiving a missed call.
  • Improved reliability of Bluetooth data transfers, particularly during a firmware update.
  • Fixed an issue where Pebble would sometimes continue to vibrate after dismissing or answering a phone call.
Via:  Pebble
  • Minh

    Just so everyone knows, Best Buy and Amazon are selling this awesome watch for $119.99.

  • CapnShiner

    I bought myself a Pebble and, though I do find its current functionality limited, I think it has great potential. The 2.0 firmware and SDK will bring many new features and support for developers to increase the functionality quite a bit. I decided to take advantage of the holiday price drop because I don’t know when it will ever go on sale like that again. I took a chance, hoping that it will become a better value over time. I did the same with Chromecast.

  • Daeshaun Griffiths

    I just refuse to buy a wearable until there’s Google now on it. But there’s potential in the pebble that Is lost.

    • Tomek G

      Just get bluetooth headset, I find people talking to their watches kind of weird

  • DanielMena9

    I like this new Kellex working on Sunday. Gives me a good read when the news on Sunday night is light.

  • AbbyZFresh

    Where’s the Nexus watch Google?