Pebble is pretty limited in functionality … by design. The creators don’t want it to become some all-in-one, smartphone replacement, but instead want it to remain a peripheral – a controller and status indicator for the smartphone in your pocket. Pebble is a means of keeping your phone in your pocket more while enjoying the world around you.

With the official Pebble 2.0 update, which will ultimately bring Pebble’s own appstore, the watch is lined up for some pretty big changes in the near future.

But you don’t have to wait! You can install the Pebble 2.0 BETA software right now (with a little know-how). You can also install some very unique and helpful watchfaces and watchapps, which really open up Pebble’s functionality. Check out the video below for the best watchapps for Pebble!

Apps: Pebble Cards | Glance for Pebble | PebbleTasker | Music Boss | Canvas for Pebble

Watchfaces: Revolution watchface  | Modern watchface | Watchface Generator

Install at your own risk! Pebble 2.0 SDK BETA6 | Pebble OS 2.0 BETA6

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