RunKeeper for Pebble (hands-on): What the Pebble should have been all along

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RunKeeper for Pebble (hands-on): What the Pebble should have been all along

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When the Pebble watch unveiled its first Kickstarter videos, it seemed like a magic device. Some features, like health-tracking apps, played a major role in that perception. They haven’t been available, however, until today, when RunKeeper finally updated its iOS and Android apps to support the little wearable device. It’s a small moment for RunKeeper, but a big moment for Pebble.

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RunKeeper for Pebble (hands-on): What the Pebble should have been all along

RunKeeper for Pebble (hands-on): What the Pebble should have been all along

 

RunKeeper for Pebble (hands-on): What the Pebble should have been all along

 

RunKeeper for Pebble (hands-on): What the Pebble should have been all along

 

RunKeeper for Pebble (hands-on): What the Pebble should have been all along

 

RunKeeper for Pebble (hands-on): What the Pebble should have been all along

RunKeeper for Pebble (hands-on): What the Pebble should have been all along

RunKeeper for Pebble (hands-on): What the Pebble should have been all along

RunKeeper for Pebble (hands-on): What the Pebble should have been all along

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