But most importantly, it’s a new era! DR is that Pebble’most active dating apps current functionality relies on a fairly extensive collection of online services, all of which were slated to be disabled after June 30th. Enter the pony Apologies for the gushing praise that follows, but I assure you, it’s deserved.
Enter the Rebble Era As detailed in our last blog post, existing Pebble users had the option to retain their Pebble account data by linking their Rebble accounts before the Pebble service End of Life on June 30th. Pebble app to Rebble Web Services! Pebble may disconnect – that’s OK, just re-connect and you’ll be all set! Gerli has produced an iOS setup video – follow along for an even easier migration! A return to normalcy The above steps completed, you can officially consider yourself part of the Rebble Alliance! A bright, open future This isn’t the end.
Your bags are packed and you’re ready to go, but you’re waiting for your ride to the airport. Getting Ready for Rebble Hi again! I’m Katharine Berry, back with a brief update about the Rebble Web Services. As you have all probably noticed, we’ve been a bit quiet since my last post. We’ve all been very busy, so we haven’t had much time to blog lately. Rebble Accounts The Rebble account system is up and running, and now is the time for you to create your accounts.
Head over to Rebble Auth and log in using your preferred site. You’ll then be asked to link your Pebble account. It is especially important for developers to link their Pebble accounts now. Once the Pebble services shut down at the end of this month, we will no longer be able to identify developers who did not link their accounts, and so we will be unable to let them update or otherwise change their apps. We are also going to use the number of accounts created to assist us in determining service usage and attempt to validate our assumptions about the number of users we expect to see.