The biggest news is that the app is now on the Mac App Store [link]. I had to change the icon to appease a reviewer, but I hope to get the old icon back.
You can also install the app as a plain old installer. I have installers for Windows [exe][msi], Mac [dmg] and two bundles for Linux [rpm][deb]. Follow the Bitcoin version 1.2 is also free as in speech, so you can also install and run the software from source yourself [zip][tar.gz]. You will need Java 8 and a cursory knowledge of Gradle to build it from source.
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There is one principal new feature in this release: some rudimentary analysis functions. You can climb and descend Split Pyramids (like the one form Mt. Gox). You can also follow what I term Spend and Change trails.
I hope to have a video about Spend and Change next week, but this week I jumped at the chance to show a tumbler in action. Expect to see that video later today.
Edited to add MD5 sum table.