Here is one in either case that has been out for about a month.
Not only is it the only one it sounds good to.
This is the second application that have been discovered by me the last month that almost got dismissed as soon as it got opened. As there is so many crappy pad / sequencer chuppililupps out there it looked like all it was going for it came down to four sample based drums in a very short sequencer.
Maybe it was that the look was different or that it was no publicity but lingered a little bit longer on it than would have happened otherwise. Discovering that pushing the left side a new page opened up where you got access to different parameters for each drum making it a truly flexible gem of an application.
In the simple interface is hidden a world of synthesized drums and even though it is only one bar to the sequencer it is so easy to switch the pattern around in real time.
Switching page you then have a very good way of interacting with the touch screen making changes again in real time. This has to be downloaded by anyone of you that want to use a good drum machine for live tweaking. Here it is would I dare say even better for live work than many hardware drum machines as you can sweep sounds with your fingers.
In this application it feels like a save mode is unnecessary as it is so good and easy to set up
and so fun to play with that it helps that you do not get bogged down in presets or saved sequences.
Plus as said before it sounds excellent!
I am just happy that it did not get thrown out, dismissed and cast out of my life because of short attention span!
Bonus points is that it is for free (would gladly have paid for it) open source so you can download the code and even better made in Pure Data, the open source visual programming language for making music.
To get the code for Pure Data go here: