It is on the limit if I would write about it as it is not much in comparison to many of the applications that you probably already use.
It is basically a limited sequencer with no sample import.
What makes it different is the visual scheme. The idea is that you drag a sound in
( or out for muting / deleting ) and it circles around the central Sun like planets. It does not matter where you place the circles and you still program the notes as in a normal sequencer but only in slightly more than one octave.
No effects / automation or panning but you get to control the volume and BPM.
Having been this negative so far better bring up the positive aspects!
The sounds are very nice indeed and it comes with a fair amount of sounds that are divided amongst seven categories. Would say that they are all in the direction of more commercial Electronic Dance Music. It is stable on my device and easy to use and to get something going is fast and painless. I could see myself using this if I needed a shorter segment of more commercial EDM as I do not really have any of those sounds as samples or as presets in the apps that I use and just maybe that is something that I would need one day?
And say shorter because without automation or effects to bring to the table it would be hard to make something stimulating for more than a couple of beats.
So visually it looks interesting and the sounds all more or less electronic are well produced and can be useful but that is more or less it.
In either case it is small app and does not cost much at all so you could invest in it and see it as a good sample pack with a sequencer built in?
Space Garage Music Studio