This build introduces support for app purchases in the Windows 8 object, better audio support in the iOS Safari browser as well as the ability to hide Safari's address bar (iPhone only), and a batch of bug fixes to boot. Please note the breaking change with some effects: they now take in to account the layer scaling.
We're also making changes to the Free edition in this build. Due to the continuing improvement of mobile browsers, we feel it is difficult to justify exporting to PhoneGap (and appMobi using phone browser, which is similar) in the Free Edition while CocoonJS and directCanvas exporting is still license-only. It is probably only a matter of time before PhoneGap-style integration becomes suitable for gaming, and then it would make no sense to allow that in the free edition but not allow CocoonJS or directCanvas. Therefore, we have decided to remove the ability to export to PhoneGap and appMobi using phone browser in the free edition. We hope this does not disappoint anyone, especially since these export options still have very poor performance compared to CocoonJS or directCanvas, but we are sure it is necessary to prevent being unfair to existing licensed users in future.
Don't forget Windows 8 launches in a few weeks on October 26th, and there is likely to be a surge in the Windows 8 Store. So be sure you publish your Windows 8 apps in advance!