The main new stuff is support for Bluetooth pedals like the AirTurn and Cicada (as well as any Bluetooth keyboard). This uses the same system as the MIDI control, so you can do all the same stuff. It’s pretty neat.
Also, iPhone 5 support, which introduces — you guessed it — another row of loops. How could I resist?
There’s also some dramatically improved clock code in there, which offers new behaviour when using the x/÷/+/- clock length controls to give you new options for putting interesting rhythms against each other, and better support for non-4/4 time signatures.
There’s a bunch of other relatively minor improvements in there. Here’s a summary of all that’s new:
- Added support for Bluetooth pedals like the AirTurn and Cicada, and Bluetooth keyboards
- Added iPhone 5 support
- Enhanced support for alternative time signatures
- Improved clock length manipulation, with more flexible behaviour for “+” and “-” buttons
- Rearranged Settings screen for easier understanding
- Added “Cancel pending actions” MIDI action
- Keep MIDI device connections over multiple sessions
- Ask for a session name when saving for the first time
- Assorted bug fixes and optimisations