Pebble is a smart wristwatch, enabled with Bluetooth technology that can connect to smartphones.
The Pebble API and SDK allow developers to create applications for Pebble alone or for Pebble to connect with smartphones. Some example API functions include sending and receiving text and images, managing account information, and sending and retrieving data.
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Pebble iOS SDK by Pebble interacts with the API to create applications in wearable watches. Resources on GitHub include CocoaPods installation and Xcode documentation. Integration occurs via Bluetooth. See the examples available at https://github.com/pebble/pebble-sdk-examples
Pebble Android SDK by Pebble communicates with the API for application development purposes. Pebble wearables allow users to customize apps such as weather and sports. Examples on GitHub show a Golf demo and an Ocean Survey demo to demonstrate how to use the API along with the SDK.