Engadget post time: May 05, 2013 at 02:53PM
Pebble and its developer partners have been working at a manic pace in recent days, and they’ve just released a flood of status updates that prove they’re not easing up. Along with confirming that the first red watches have shipped inside of the past week, Pebble is now claiming one of its first notable golf apps through an updated version of Mobile Software Design’s Freecaddie. Would-be PGA stars can check the hole distance and par when paired up with an Android phone, with iOS support due soon. At least some owners can look forward to a bright future, too. An SDK update within the next month will allow two-way interaction between apps and watches, albeit only with Android devices in any realistic way — iOS releases bound for the App Store won’t support bi-directional use “at this time.” That’s certainly an unfortunate discrepancy, although we may be too busy perfecting our swings to notice.
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