You can enable Airplane mode if you wish, and as long as the cable connection is there, both apps won't miss a beat talking to each other. iOS devices are being searched for, and connected, by the TouchOSC Bridge application automatically and it will display how many devices are connected at any moment in its menu. All existing TouchOSC Bridge features are supported, including transmitting MIDI messages and key presses.This is partly powered by code from the amazing libimobiledevice, which, in my humble opinion, should get more credit by many other applications using code "inspired" by this project.
As you might have noticed there's a a lot of stress on "iOS" in the above notes, as the big G is handling these things a little differently, and while still possible, setup ranges from easy to not-so-easy depending on your desktop OS of choice:Android to Windows
Of course all other parts of the TouchOSC toolkit have been updated, fixing some long-standing gripes as well...
Here's the full list of changes:TouchOSC 1.9.8