by Joe White
September 10, 2013
Pebble Snap has just received a useful update, adding a number of new features including iPad optimization and a refreshed user interface for the application's settings screen. As a reminder, the $2.99 app allows Pebble smart watch owners to use their wristwatch as a remote control for the iOS Camera app. Once enabled, it's possible to remotely "snap" images on an iPhone using a companion watch app for Pebble, and back in August we found the jailbreak-free solution to work well. Now, in version 1.2.0 of the application, Pebble Snap has gone universal and offers iDevice owners the following features:
The app now also has a dedicated Twitter account - @PebbleSnap - which makes contacting the developer a whole lot easier. Pebble Snap can be downloaded in the App Store for $2.99, and is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Obviously, the application will only be of use to Pebble smart watch owners. See also: Ahead Of iOS 7, Most iDevice Owners Are Running iOS 6, Pictured Handset User Guide Reveals "Touch ID" Fingerprint Scanner For Apple's iPhone 5S, and The WSJ Confirms Fingerprint Sensor For iPhone 5S Ahead Of Apple's Event.
- iPad - native support for the iPad
- Settings - new settings UI
- Instagram - share on Instagram
- Other improvements