We’re sad Pebble has seized to exist as a company, but the million of users are still out there. So of course, Alarmhandler continues to support Pebble! Alarmhandler for Pebble version 1.1 now also supports the last Pebble model made, the Pebble 2.
Alarm control on the wrist
To use an IP camera for surveillance, consumers need to buy a subscription for a cloud recording service. However, they’ re all aimed at constant surveillance, which is better suited to surveillance in a store or monitoring of a driveway than inside the home, where most people want privacy.
That’s where Alarmhandler comes in – it lets you easily control your motion/sound detection as well as cloud recording from an app. With Alarmhandler for Pebble, it even means you don’t need to fetch your phone to control the alarm.
Alarmhandler watch app
The Alarmhandler watch app handles the most frequent interaction with your alarm
- turn it on when leaving home
- turn it off when coming home
- check on the state, did I remember to turn it on – or did the alarm just detect something?
We’ve built in these top three use cases into our watch app. If you’ve got a Pebble smart watch, controlling the alarm is now super easy.
If you’ve got a Pebble and been thinking of getting camera surveillance for your home, this is what you’ve been waiting for – go get Alarmhandler and try it out. If you havn’t got an IP camera yet, but would like to save a bundle compared to traditional alarms, check out our buying advise.
The Alarmhandler Team
PS Wondering how Alarmhandler is different from other alarms?
- Alarmhandler is basically an IP camera cloud recording service with a twist. It detects and records nothing as long as the system is turned OFF, and when it is ON it only records upon detection of sound or movement. This means the system meets privacy concerns and at the same time uses cloud storage very effectively.
- Alarmhandler is the first system to use the “alarm” metaphor for video cameras. Others just treat them as recording devices – whereas Alarmhandler see them as sensors for fire and burglary. In Alarmhandler, recording photo/video is secondary and only relevant if an alarm has been triggered first. Read more about how Alarmhandler differs here.