After I bought a Fitbit mired in problems Pebble in November of last year, began a long farewell to the producer of the first successful smartwatch. Also, the acquisition was the beginning of the end for its devices, is heavily dependent on cloud services. But not so bad: Pebble has released the final update, which exempts a whole range of smart watches from the sync servers and allows you to continue using the gadgets with the help of mobile applications after Fitbit turned off a cloud service.
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