Pebble has officially announced the latest version of its PebbleOS. The newest firmware has version 1.14 and comes with a couple of cool new features, improvements and fixes to enhance the overall performance.
One of the major tweaks with the new OS is the ‘Do Not Disturb’ feature, which blocks all the incoming notifications for a set period of time.
Apart from that, the OS update brings a few more goodies as listed in the changelog below.
Do Not Disturb. Block notifications for a set period of time (from Pebble: Settings » Notifications » Do Not Disturb).
Alarms app update. Create multiple Alarms, toggle Alarms on/off, and edit existing Alarms.
New “Snooze Alarm.” Customizable via the Pebble Alarms app.
Improved Notification Control. Specify what notifications are displayed (Notifications On, Phone Calls Only, or Notifications Off). Notification settings are now accessible more quickly through a dedicated menu (Settings » Notifications).
Improved iOS performance. Notifications are now sent more quickly from your iOS device to Pebble. After exiting Airplane Mode, Pebble will now search for connectable iOS devices immediately, instead of waiting one minute.
Fixed an issue where Pebble may enter “Recovery Mode” immediately after updating to 1.13 firmware.
Fixed an issue affecting some iOS Pebblers experiencing 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.
Fixed Bluetooth data transfer reliability issues, particularly during a firmware update.
Fixed an issue where Pebble would sometimes keep vibrating after dismissing or answering a phone call.
We recently released Beta 3 of Pebble SDK 2.0, featuring bug fixes, stability improvements, and new features.
You can update the Pebble firmware by simply opening the Pebble app on your iOS or Android powered smartphone.