We’re back again with another set of cool Pebble 2 watchfaces. From digital to analog wathfaces (and combinations of both), we have something for everyone.
Canvas for Pebble (exclusive to Android) lets you create custom Pebble watchfaces right from your phone. The app initially came out around the times of Pebble Classic and Pebble Steel, hence it was designed just for black & white screens. It became somewhat less attractive with the release of the colored Pebble Time models, as it wasn’t able to make full use of the 64 different colors available. With the new Pebble 2 and, again, a monochrome screen, it’s time to try out the app once more.
When the Pebble Time was released around 1,5 years ago, Pebble had a strong competitor in their lineup to succeed in the growing smartwatch segment. But it lacked things like step and sleep tracking, a heart rate sensor, and generally wasn’t a viable option for a lot of people who were seeking a fitness smartwatch. Many people don’t care much about those things, but for the ones who do, it’s was a real bummer. Pebble did release a software update to include sleep and step tracking. However it didn’t change the fact that it was still missing a heart rate sensor. And then, along came the TYLT VÜ Pulse, which claimed to fill the void. With the recent release of the Pebble 2 and the soon to be released Pebble Time 2, is there still space for the VÜ Pulse as an accessory for previous generation Pebble models?