After Rome Maker Faire, he continued to play with the stamps:
— alessandro contini (@CNTLSN) October 14, 2013
Update: thank you everyone for your comments in the Hack a Day post!
Now is the night of the first day of the faire, reserved only to schools, and although I am exhausted, I got a very nice moment at the faire so I am writing this post in an attempt to crystalize it and share it.
One way to easily find your phone in the dark is to turn on the flashlight, if your device has one. So now Peng let you turn it on and off with a dedicated menu item.
Not all devices has the flashlight and the Pebble watchapp most take account of that. So the relative menu item displays three statuses: turned on, turned off and not available.
When not available, the user can still press SELECT to manually send a check to the phone, in case the flashlight is not detected for some reason.
First of all: thank you for using my little test watchapp!
As a quick and dirty hack I made in a few hours, I did not expect lots of adoption, but it seems from the Android Developer Console stats that there are few active installations out there!
If you have any feature request or comments, please write them below!
I have just made a quick update, both to the Pebble watchapp and to the Android app.
Some times ago, I finally received my black Pebble and I immediately started to install some of the watchapps that existed at the time.
With the release of the new PebbleKit with two-way communication, I decided to give the SDK a try, with a very simple WatchApp.
It is a “find my phone” WatchApp which trigs the Ringtone and the screen.
You know, for times like this: