To take advantage of the iOS 7 Notification Center, you will need the most recent version of the Pebble iOS App (1.3 or above) and firmware (1.13 or above).
You can check iTunes for updates to the iOS Pebble app if you haven't already been prompted. Click or tap the icon below for a direct link. The Pebble app should prompt you to update your Pebble firmware if an update is available. If it has not, please hard-close the Pebble app and re-launch it to receive the prompt and update.
If your update fails, click here for troubleshooting.
When you re-open your updated app and connect with your updated Pebble, go to the Status page. There you will receive a message to pair Pebble again, using Bluetooth LE.
If the request to pair with an LE edition of Pebble does not pop-up automatically, tap the red status bar that indicates Notifications require setup.
Then tap "Enable Notifications". This should trigger the LE pairing request to appear.
Confirm the pairing on your iPhone.
Pebble will now be listed twice under the connected devices in your Bluetooth Settings, once as Pebble XXXX and once as Pebble-LE XXXX. Please leave both connected.
Once successfully connected, make sure that all the notifications that you wish to receive to your Pebble are set up properly in your Notification Center.
To check, tap your settings icon , then choose Notification Center, and any specific apps you'd like to be notified about.
In order to receive notifications to your Pebble, you must have the option "Show in Notification Center" enabled for each app you'd like to push through.
There are also some apps that require additional set-up.