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Third-Party App Notifications on Your Pebble Watch - If You Jailbreak

btnotificationenablerWith the Pebble smart watch now making its the way into the hands of Kickstarter backers who funded the project with over $10 million, users are looking for ways to increase the functionality of the device.

As noted by iDownloadBlog, developer Conrad Kramer has created a new app for jailbroken iPhones that can push notifications from any Notification Center-enabled iOS app to Pebble. The expanded notifications mark a significant improvement in utility over the standard set of notifications supported through Apple's official tools.
The tweak is called BTNotificationEnabler, and it’s created by Conrad Kramer, the same developer behind tweaks such as Graviboard, Gesturizer, etc.

The description for BTNotificationEnabler promises that you’ll never miss a notification again. That’s thanks, largely in part to its ability to send all Notification Center notifications to a Bluetooth device. The Pebble watch, obviously, is one of the first things that comes to mind
Users on iOS 6 interested in trying out the expanded functionality with their Pebbles will need to jailbreak their devices using the new evasi0n jailbreak tool and download BTNotificationEnabler from the Cydia marketplace.

(Photo by @blake_olinger)

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Posted: 19 months ago

I think I'd rather just not buy one of these useless things in the first place...


Thanks for your useless opinion on the subject.
Rating: 8 Votes
Posted: 19 months ago
I think I'd rather just not buy one of these useless things in the first place...
Rating: 3 Votes
Posted: 19 months ago

that is not an arm, but a piece of foam.


That is definitely an arm!
Rating: 2 Votes
Posted: 19 months ago
What a brick! :eek:
Rating: 2 Votes
Posted: 19 months ago

What a brick! :eek:


that is not an arm, but a piece of foam.
Rating: 1 Votes
Posted: 19 months ago
I have my Pebble and already get updates from Instagram, Tweetbot, and a bunch of third-party apps without jailbreaking. Almost everything that pops up on the lockscreen as a push notifications. You just have to reset the notifications in the settings.
Rating: 1 Votes

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