CatchOneBus is a personalizable real-time bus checking app that works on any Pebble watch and currently supports Seattle, Portland, Vancouver, Boston, Tampa, and New York City. Opening up CatchOneBus on your watch will show nearby bus stops and real-time routes information on your Pebble Smartwatch. You can save any stop as a favorite and CatchOneBus will show your favorite bus stop real-time info on the first page of the app when you are near that stop. Essentially, this makes checking your commuter bus real-time personalizable and fast. No longer available to download as Pebble discontinued.
SeafoodCheck is your ultimate pocket guide to mercury levels in Fish with trustworthy data from FDA. Pregnant women, those who may become pregnant, breastfeeding mothers, and young children are encouraged to eat more fish and to eat a variety of fish from choices that are lower in mercury according to an advice from FDA and EPA in 2014. You can easily type in the name of the seafood you are about to buy or eat and check out its mercury level and eating guide. The mercury concentration data presented in this app is from FDA and eating guides are from NRDC. This app is a collaborative effort with Dian Zhang.
Hook is an affordable smart home automation solution offered by a startup from UW. I built a Pebble app for Hook. You can link any number of Hook devices on your Pebble watch and directly control the devices by pressing buttons on your watch. It's pretty cool. You can now finally close your living room lamp while you are lying on your bed in the bedroom with just a simple click on your wrist. Hook is no longer available and Hook Pebble App is no longer available either due to Fitbit's acquisition of Pebble.