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Default it's possible to make one of the ios pebble app to talk with an android app over bt?

As iPhone owners we are looking for a solution to get better interactions with galaxy gear. With the rooted rom the gear it's kinda mini tablet. On ios there is a lot of good pebble app, do you think it's possible to create an apk that could catch over bluetooth the notifications That the ios app it's sending?
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Lot of people reading this post, but no ideas so far!
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Do you have a gear or a pebble? Your post confused me.

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Do you have a gear or a pebble? Your post confused me.

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I have a gear, but there is no iOS app for that, and we (iPhone owners) are looking for a solution, considering that the gear with iPhone it's only a standalone device tethered over bluetooth, a solution was to use one Of the existing iOS pebble app (that got a lot of notifications) paired with another app in android over bluetooth, just to see notifications on the Gear.
 
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Gear doesn't support iphones, iphones don't support gear. Pebble doesnt support gear. (So the answer is no) But pebble does support iphones. Get a pebble. Problem solved.

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Gear doesn't support iphones, iphones don't support gear. Pebble doesnt support gear. (So the answer is no) But pebble does support iphones. Get a pebble. Problem solved.

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You are wrong. Pebble does support Gear, cause see it like a phone, but this is not the matter, I'm talking about make different apps in different os to talk together. Pebble it's not involved, we are only using pebble app to try something different.
 
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Gear doesn't support iphones, iphones don't support gear. Pebble doesnt support gear. (So the answer is no) But pebble does support iphones. Get a pebble. Problem solved.

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