Pebble Time smartwatch users are getting a few notable updates today including a redesigned iOS app alongside the latest firmware for the watch itself that brings new features, fixes and enhancements.

As for the Pebble Time app for iPhone, the app has a new layout and design with tabs along the bottom for managing Watchfaces, Apps, and Notifications, and a notification filtering feature that Pebble says lets users “control which apps are allowed to send notifications to your watch from the new Notifications tab.” And with the updated app, Pebble apps are now supported in additional languages including English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, or Spanish.

Here’s a closer look at the new design:


Additionally, the 3.10 firmware update for the Pebble Time watch itself includes new “Jumbo emoji”, enhancements to health related activity notifications, and more.

The new Pebble Time app for iPhone is available on the App Store now. A full list of what’s new in the Pebble Time app, version 3.10, is below:

Pebble Time Firmware 3.10 Release Notes

  • Jumbo emoji. Jumboji? See the big change when you receive a single emoji 😉
  • Refined Pebble Health activity notifications.
  • Support for iOS notification filtering and other features introduced in version 3.10 of the Pebble Time app for iPhone.
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements.
  • To update to the latest firmware, select Menu » Support » Update Your Pebble from the Pebble Time smartphone app.

Pebble Time App for iPhone 3.10 Release Notes

  • NEW Look and feel: Manage Watchfaces, Apps, and Notifications from the bottom tabs. Access expanded Settings and Options from the top right Menu.
  • NEW Notification Filtering: Control which apps are allowed to send notifications to your watch from the new Notifications tab.
  • In-app language support now includes English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.
  • Improved reliability of Text Replies.
  • Fixed high data usage experienced by some users.
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements.

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