If you have downgraded your Pebble watch to firmware 4.2 and you find that the version of DIN Time in the app store doesn’t work anymore you can now download DIN Time 2.63 right here. Click the yellow button below.Download DIN_Time_263.pbw (245.8 KB)
DIN Time 2.64, available now, fixes a problem when trying to invert screen colors on Pebble 2. The wrong type of settings page was shown for this watch so the colors couldn’t be inverted. I’m sorry for the delay in fixing this! I’ve also fixed a small problem when displaying really cold temperatures, specifically -35 degrees.
With the recent news that Pebble will, and have, ceased to exist as a company I just wanted to make this clear. My intention is to continue to keep DIN Time and MonDIN running on your Pebble watches for as long as possible.
Version 2.60 of DIN Time, available now, finally adds health data (on supported devices) to DIN Time, along with more weather data!
To see extended weather and health data you need to shake your watch, twice. Just like when you would activate the backlight by motion, if you have that option enabled. And then once more. You will then see a popup with lots of tiny icons and data! Please see the help screen in the settings page for more information about what the symbols and values represent.
I realize many of you would rather see their health data on the main screen, but that will have to wait until a later version.
Other changes in this version include:
Also, as always, many thanks to @rozboris for his continued help with the settings page!
DIN Time 2.50 is available now, and it finally allows for Forecast.io as an alternate weather provider. For this to work you need to register for a free personal API key on Forecast.io. Forecast.io will be a more accurate option for a lot of users, but requires the extra step of entering the API key in the settings page.
This version has also been optimized to reduce memory usage, in preparation for the next version, which will to add more weather and health data.
It’s always refreshing to get some constructive feedback:
“Gentelmen, I am really disappointed in ur WATCHFACE right now! It used to be my favorite, and now I am considering deleting it! All you have to do to fix this problem is to charge people a few bucks a month, and the freeloaders will drop it!!! Problem solved!!! A fuming guy!!! FIX IT!!!!”
It looks like Yahoo decided to revert back to how its weather API worked before yesterdays change, but they broke something doing so. Temperature was only reported in Fahrenheit. A fix is out now for DIN Time, version 2.47, which converts the Fahrenheit reading to Celsius. We’re back to normal for a few weeks I guess, until Yahoo tries to do something again.