This has more control than that and it is also more inclined for rhytm than melodic bell like tones.
You can still create totally random floating sounds too, but for me it is more interesting to create more fixed rhytms, so that is what will be discussed here.
So there is three different settings in the bottom that do three things-
Fix a sound in the shape of a point that you can make bigger or smaller and that have one of five different wave forms to choose from.
You can make a whole bunch of these set them up so they will interact with the second setting which is to have the other points (that also can have one of the same five waveforms) fall and crash into each other but if you have the tablet / phone inclined the points will just fall in one direction so depending how you have set up the fixed points they will get stuck and create pulses of sound... like in this diagram-
falling to wherever you have the device inclined to as for example another point bouncing to another point which means that you can emit more points from other fixed points on the screen crashing against other points...like in this diagram-
What makes it more interesting is that the points get more agitated if there is plenty of them bouncing against each other so there is always some kind of change-
it is controlled chaos and it sounds good and can be really useful for creating rhythms you wouldn't have programmed otherwise-
As the final icing on the cake there is recording built into the application so you can cut things up and place them into something else...
The only thing that is not too exciting is the three effects on the upper right corner but it's there and it doesn't hurt that you have more sound design options!
This overview have probably confused more than just playing with the application for about twenty seconds,
but just wanted to share the excitement.
There is a video on the Playstore page-
but recommend to just download and start to play around,
without listening to it before hand.