Of course, this doesn't mean your Pebble, Pebble Time, Pebble Time Round or (eesh, sorry) Pebble 2 will magically stop working and the SDK, developer portal and app store are all still up and running for now. That said, some apps have disappeared from the store and other devs aren't choosing to support apps now.
Whether you've been with the smartwatch company from the start or you crowdfunded one of this year's devices, we'll keep checking in with Pebble's apps next year. Until Fitbit really does pull the plug. That said, here's our pick of Pebble apps. Let us know in the comments which ones you're still using.
Pixel Miner has been a hit on Pebble and the work of dev and consultant Will Luton. The aim of the game is to help your man well, dig pixels which you can spend on better equipment to dig quicker. It's nonsense really. Absolutely addictive nonsense.
In 8-bit colour for the Pebble Time range, TripAdvisor does exactly what you'd expect - using your current location to recommend restaurants, bars and other attractions. User reviews are, of course, on board and there's also a nice navigation mode that will point you in the direction of your chosen establishment without the need to ever get your phone out of your pocket.
Uber wasn't first to get its Pebble app out but it's one of the biggest names on the app store. It makes use of the Pebble Time's colour screen with big, bold alerts to keep you on top of your minicab ordering.
You can open the app then hold the Pebble's middle button to call a cab to your current location or select from a number of favourite locations. Once ordered, there's also a map to track your driver as it arrives.
Download the companion app then get going with Awear's great little messaging app. Well, technically it's a watch face but Pebble puts it in the app category so there we go. For texts, choose from pre-set replies that you can customise, mark emails as read, archived or starred on your wrist and with Google Calendar integration, you can send an 'I'm late' message to the person you're meeting in two button clicks. Smart vibrations mean that you'll know if its a text or an email too.
Get Up, Stand Up
This wonderfully named app allows your Pebble Time to mimic a great feature that's found on the Apple Watch and Garmin watches - reminding you to get up and walk around when you've been sat down too long.
Deskbound Pebble wearers can set the app to automatic mode to set the frequency of alerts e.g. every 20 minutes, how long you want to stand for each time and which days you need the reminders, Monday to Friday, say.
The idea with the Pebble Happiness app is you take a survey every hour (start and end times are customizable by you) and then, at the end of the week Pebble sends you a chart with information on what the algorithms think you've been happiest - or unhappiest. It's basically a way to assess your daily habits. It's experimental but also pretty fun and informative if you're able to stick with it 'till the end.
Evernote is an awesome note collecting app that works on nearly every platform, including Pebble. Don't expect quite as many features as the desktop and smartphone counterparts, that would just be unnecessary, but do expect a great way to track your reminders and to-do lists. All your notebooks are accessible and you can even search through your saved tags.
Designed to be used with your phone's GPS, the popular RunKeeper Pebble app lets you check on your stats like pace and distance using your smartwatch. To download this app you need to have the RunKeeper app on your phone already. Initiating a run in your mobile app auto-opens the Pebble app and pausing an activity is as simple as pressing the middle button while you're in the RunKeeper screen. Still, when you want to stop, it's back to your phone.
A cool feature of Pebble Time apps is that they can be integrated right into the Pebble Timeline UI. With Battery+ you'll not only see how much battery you've got left - percentage and time metrics - you'll also get notifications in your Timeline of the last time your watch was charged, an estimate of when it will need plugging in again and an average use per day figure. There's also a detailed graph mode that lets you know when you're hammering the power the most.
Want to get in on the Misfit action without splashing the cash for a Shine or a Flash? No problem - the Misfit app for Pebble syncs up with the iOS and Android Misfit apps and tracks metrics such as calories burned, sleep slept and distance travelled.
Another smart home control app, Leaf is specifically for Nest's devices - its Learning Thermostat and Protect smoke and carbon monoxide alarm specifically. Leaf is part of the Works with Nest program and offers handy, coloured icons to check the status of your home tech and quickly adjust the temperature and modes.
GoPro cameras can be remote controlled via your smartphone but now you can control this using your Pebble watch. It's compatible with GoPro's Hero3, Hero3+ White, Silver and Black and Hero4 cameras.
Start and stop action cam recordings, tweak settings and browse menus. There's no direct control or a live feed yet but it offers you what you most want on your wrist when things get gnarly.
Domino's Pizza tracker
If you're a US based Pebbler who's also partial to Domino's takeaway pizza, this is app for you. Once you've placed your order through the iOS or Android app, the Pebble companion will keep you updated with the movements of your dinner, from when it enters the oven to when it's about to arrive at your door. This is exactly what the wearable revolution needs more of.