Auria is the latest to release a crash prone update for existing customers. I personally didn't have any problems, but I heard from several folks yesterday who were less fortunate. Now it is official, as the update notes on Auria have changed to read:

What's new:

Existing Auria users - please do not update to this version (1.03). We have identified an issue in this update that could cause issues during the update process. We have submitted an expedited update to Apple, and are waiting for approval. This new update will be 1.03a.

NOTE: this does not affect new users, only users updating from a previous version.

This sort of thing is really unfortunate and can have lasting repercussions. Moog still gets a lot of anger from some corners of the web, for their crashing update. Currently Reddit's /r/iPad is nominating and voting on their favorite apps for many categories. When Animoog was nominated for the Music Creation category, it was immediately rejected by Redditor NudeTayne who stated:

"Great app. But the developers and support is horrendous. As an April Fools prank, they released a sound pack of fart sounds. It was funny, except they charged you for the the sound pack without warning it was a joke. No refunds

App updates sometimes wipe all of your previous purchases. The 2nd to last update rendered animoog unusable. The app would not load until they put out a patch a week and a half later."

Some of those comments are a little unfair, but the sentiment is there.

As always though, if you rely on these apps in any serious way, be safe! Don't hit the Update All button without first waiting to hear if it is safe for your production environment.

Sweet Water - iOS Update Vol. 15: Dropbox & Line 6 Keys

Lots of folks are starting to accumulate multiple iOS devices, but trying to keep all of them synced is a pain in the ass. This week's Sweetwater iOS Update shows off how Dropbox can help you manage many of your files across all of your devices.

Mitch is also joined by Daniel Fisher, who shows off the Line 6 Mobile Keys 49 keyboard controller for USB/MIDI/iOS.

Buy Dropbox on iTunes: Free

If you do not already have a Dropbox account, and sign up with this link I get some extra space, thanks!

Sinewave Synthesizer Demo

Ashley from Palm Sounds uploaded a little demo of tweaking the knobs in Sinewave Synthesizer. This tone matrix app is still free!

Buy Sinewave Synthesizer on iTunes: Free

Bleep Updated with Export!

The new chiptune drum app, Bleep for iPhone, just got its first update adding export to iTunes file-sharing.

What's new:

• Export individual sounds and loops to WAV files!
• All sounds created will be available in itunes sharing folder.
• Oscilloscope to visualize your sounds
• Increased range of noise pitch

Buy Bleep on iTunes: $0.99

Here is a short demo of the wavetable in this drum machine.

Loopy Bluetooth Keyboard Demo

The most recent version of Loopy added support for Bluetooth peripherals, allowing you to control a variety of functions wirelessly. Sean, over at iOS Musician, put together a video demonstration of the process for adding and using keyboard assignments.

Video Description:

Loopy HD for iPhone and iPad now supports Bluetooth foot page turners like the AirTurn BT-105, as well a QWERTY keyboards. If you're looking for a cheap addition to your setup to control this fantastic looper app, this is a very viable option...

Buy Loopy HD on iTunes: $7.99 (Universal)

Buy Loopy on iTunes: $2.99 (iPhone)

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