Pebble has released a transcription API for third-party app devs so that they can currently put in voice dictation to make the Pebble Time smart watches greatly functional, whereas also announcing it is using Nuance voice identification tech to influence it the entire.
The latest set of dev apparatus are accessible for the Pebble Time, Time Steel and for the latest Time Round smart watches, letting app makers make further dictation capabilities for their apps. Presently, dictation is just accessible on the Pebble Time and Time Steel, at least for Android users, to respond to messages and emails, while Pebble Time Round will be receiving this characteristic starting November 8. Unluckily, it's not accessible for iOS users so far, though considering this is where dictation sustain is the most helpful, we expect the new API paves the way for iOS users to obtain this characteristic also.
We're not confident what other voice support functions will be heading to the Pebble Time watches, except opening up the API to third-party devs will make the smart watches a entire lot more valuable and prolific.