What’s New

Version 3.2

Thank you for using djay! This is a big update that adds enhancements for the next major iOS release, as well as major new features and content:

• NEW: Portrait Mode on iPad (Classic, Automix, 2 Deck, 4 Deck, Single Deck, Video)
• NEW: EQ shortcut button in mixer section on iPad
• NEW: “Files” media source on iOS 13: browse songs directly from iCloud Drive and external storage like USB sticks and hard drives (with USB adapter)
• NEW: Visuals and sound packs
• Added split audio/video crossfader in Video mode
• Added haptic feedback as metronome when recording sampler sequence without playing track on iPhone
• Improved Accessibility integration on iOS 13, e.g. using advanced haptic feedback
• Optimized graphics engine using 100% Metal
• Fixed orientation of videos not being respected in some cases
• Fixed "Grid EQ" visual effect not working
• Bug fixes and performance improvements

If you enjoy using djay, would you mind taking a moment to write a review on the App Store? Your feedback is greatly appreciated.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
3K Ratings

3K Ratings

Editors' Notes

Like all art forms, deejaying requires skill, attention to craft, and hours of practice. But the free djay app can help expedite that. It teaches and simplifies the process of audio mixing through a visual interface that’s slick enough to have earned an Apple Design Award.

Stefski101 ,

Getting better

Have this a 2 star rating when I first starting using it but managed to get my recordings from the djay 2 app over and working thanks to the developers helpful tips. Also now tried subscribing and the loop feature is nothing short of excellent, really love this. Visual effects are really good as well. The only reason this got 4 and not 5 stars is I can’t buy it outright and subscription would be more realistic if it was £2 a month.. option to buy would be best, please consider adding..

DJ Jaybee ,

DJay 2 is better

The graphics on this version are more basic and cartoony than DJay 2. Dislike the new “impossible” slotless cross fader and portrait mixer faders which to me just look and feel wrong and the new basic shading on the timetables, tone arm & platter look less professional compared to the realistic and more solid style and layout of DJay 2. There are some elements of the edition are improved like the EQ in landscape (which has fader slots) and the EQ mixer in Portrait is more realistic (apart from it now missing fader slots) but some other elements now looking less realistic seems like not an improvement. What was/is cool about DJay is that it looks like some real DJ kit neatly packed into your phone - Cross DJ used to but since it went simple Vector / Ableton drawn style UI I stopped using it I prefer the more interface looking more lifelike than wireframe. I know some like that the minimalist style + may not even relate to turntables - so surely an app could have the option to choose between the realistic and modern / wireframe in settings to choose the preferred skin?

Editors' Notes

Like all art forms, deejaying requires skill, attention to craft, and hours of practice. But the free djay app can help expedite that. It teaches and simplifies the process of audio mixing through a visual interface that’s slick enough to have earned an Apple Design Award.

Information

Provider
algoriddim GmbH
Size
224.1 MB
Category
Music
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Languages

English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2006-2019 algoriddim GmbH
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Full Access to PRO £4.49
  2. Full Access to PRO £36.99
  3. Full Access to PRO £4.49

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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