Talk about Kickstarter and, inevitably, Pebble will come up. The smartwatch received over $10 million in funding, and was one of the biggest success stories to come from the site. What’s interesting, however, is that the minimalist aesthetic carries over into the feature set -- offering nothing more than the odd notification and music control, and yet nailing it totally. The aim of this discussion, however, is to ask what you think and feel about the unit now that it’s been strapped to your...
I was able to snag a pebble watch today during a flash sale, got a pretty good price.
Now as I wait for it to rocket to my doorstep, I have been looking further into apps and watch faces, but the selection seems to be a bit daunting.
Do you have any recommendations on pebble apps or watch faces I should look into?
I've noticed the main reasons mentioned for the poor score on the Pebble smartwatch are all software based that will most likely be resolved or at least improved upon over time. I'm curious about if the score would be recalculated if it got some big software updates that greatly improved on it and/or the 3rd party tools collection vastly increased.
Does anyone feel like the rise of Kickstarter is changing the tech world? Are the big companies going to be able to keep up with the little guys making Pebble Watches and iPhone accessories?