Available only to the latest Time edition devices, you can now press down on the watchface to check out upcoming events thanks to a new Quick View peek that takes up just a small sliver of the display. Tap it for more info or hit the Back button to dismiss it. There's also a new Launcher menu -- press Select to see it -- plus an App Glances feature that gives you a preview of info without having to open the app.
The update also adds 4-button Quick Launch, which essentially lets you map the side buttons to specific shortcuts -- you trigger them by long-pressing each key. You could do this before the Up and Down buttons but now you can do so with the Back and Select keys as well.
Seeing as Pebble is a lot more fitness-focused these days, it also took the opportunity to redesign its Health app. Now you're able to quickly glance at weekly charts to get a better idea of your progress toward your step or sleep goals. You can also just press the up button on the watchface to access the Health app that much quicker. Pebble Health settings are also now in the main settings area instead of the Apps tab.
Last but not least, Pebble is also giving iOS users a bit more email functionality for those with Google accounts. At long last, iPhone fans can reply, delete and archive email directly from Pebble notifications, be it from Inbox, Gmail or the Mail app.