djay Pro now launched for iPhone; the best that you get on it

Algoriddim, known as a leading innovator of DJ software, today released djay Pro to the iPhone with a version created especially for the iPhone 7.

Following the launch of both djay Pro for iPad (2 years ago) and djay Pro for Mac (last year), djay Pro for iPhone also comes with pro features: the ability to mix four tracks simultaneously, to control video alongside those tracks, and to easily get started. The app is not oriented towards everyone, it’s also perfect for those who wish to become a DJ.

Along with those features, djay Pro for iPhone also gives you option to set more cue points on each track than in djay 2, supports 3D Touch and haptic feedback, and especially further integrates with Spotify, giving you instant access to a bunch of tracks.

With 3D Touch support, you can add cue points by touching the waveforms without the need to lift a finger from the iPhone’s screen. Besides, if you want to get an instant preview of the songs in the app’s music library, you just need to tap and hold them.

The enhanced Spotify integration is packed with all of your current playlists, starred and saved songs, powerful search capabilities, and more, which make djay Pro for iPhone more appealing to users.

djay Pro for iPhone includes full hardware support, so you can easily pair your iPhone with a variety of professional DJ controllers such as the Reloop Beatpad, Reloop Beatpad 2, and Numark Mixdeck Quad.

djay Pro for iPhone is now available for a sale price of $4.99 (save 50 percent off the regular price of $9.99) on the Apple Store. Although the app is built for the iPhone 7, it works with the iPhone 5 and later running iOS 10.

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