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Pebble 2.0 arrives, bringing Pebble App Store and much more

While the Pebble appstore has been available in beta form since early last month, today the Pebble 2.0 app and accompanying firmware are leaping out of beta and onto the stable track!
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March 7, 2014
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While the Pebble appstore has been available in beta form since early last month, today the Pebble 2.0 app and accompanying firmware are leaping out of beta and onto the stable track!

Upon downloading the latest version of the app, Pebble will prompt you to connect your watch and it will start downloading firmware 2.0. Once complete, you’ll find that the Pebble app’s interface has been completely redesigned, with the center focus being the ability to easily find and install watch apps and watchefaces without having to search various 3rd party sources to get the apps you want.

Another major feature in the latest version of Pebble is the “Locker”. While Pebble still limits the amount of watch faces or apps installed on your watch to just 8, the locker makes it possible to easily switch out your apps for new ones.

Pebble 2.0 takes away the complication of manually finding, installing and switching out your apps

Bottom-line, Pebble 2.0 greatly enhances the Pebble experience, and takes away the complication of manually finding, installing and switching out your apps. For even more details on what to expect with the AppStore and other new features like the Locker, be sure to check out our first look at the Pebble AppStore.

Keep in mind that, at the time, we were reviewing the beta version — though the features should be essentially the same, except for speed improvements and other enhancements:

Get it on Google Play

To grab the newest version of Pebble, you’ll want to head over to Google Play. For those that have already tried it out, what do you think of the changes? Any noticeable changes from the beta, aside from overall increased stability and bug fixes?