By McKinley Noble | 02-28-2013 | 8:00PM
Quite a few unique features are available on the Pebble smartwatch, but one key thing that hasn't been working uniformly for many people in the Android community is its spotty music controls.
Thankfully, Pebble's development team looks like they're going to be rather quick about any bug-squashing.
Now ready to download for free at Google Play, the latest version of their companion app comes packed with a music selection feature that scans your Android device and picks out which audio app it'll use as its standard.
If you haven't updated the Pebble app in a while, there's also some previous fixes you'll get with your next download that should eliminate general device-pairing issues with certain tablets and phones.
Pebble admittedly took a bit of time to go from overnight-sensation Kickstarter project to a fully-realized gadget, but you can still get one if you weren't part of the original backers.
Pre-orders are actively being taken at the official Pebble website, where can you can get a timepiece for $150 in "Jet Black," "Arctic White" and "Cherry Red," as well as its simpler non-named color choices: orange and gray.