Secret DJ 12+

Hornsey Research Ltd

Designed for iPhone

    • 3.2 • 72 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Love music? Love going out? You need Secret DJ.
Secret DJ lets you keep in touch with what's playing and what's happening in all of your favourite bars and pubs...

Location savvy - it'll let you know where's cool and worth visiting nearby. With Secret DJ you can check in to all the best places and let your friends know where to meet up so you never miss a great night out.

Feel the vibe - in venues that are part of the Secret DJ network you'll be able to see what's playing - right now - and tune in to hear great new tracks that you can download instantly from the iTunes store.

Always social - Secret DJ lets you share all the songs, people and places you like via Twitter and Facebook. You can also link directly to the venue's own website. Someone special caught your eye? Let them know you're interested via Secret DJ.

Be the music - in bars that use a c-burn jukebox, you can select songs to play straight from your iPhone. Select enough tunes and you'll become the official Secret DJ of the bar - then you can impress your friends when your tracks always come on first.

Download today - and remember everybody wants to be a Secret DJ...

*** Please note - currently only UK Venues ***

What’s New

Version 5.1.1

- Made sign-up easier
- Minor bug fixes and tidy ups

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
72 Ratings

72 Ratings

Mr528hemi ,


A great app and you’d be surprised how many bars have this “secret”
Still can’t work out thou how someone at my local bar can be ‘DJ’ after only playing 24 songs and I’m above 100?🤷‍♂️and still have no clue how to be ‘top dog’

Shebali ,

Good idea, but needs improvement

The song selection is not great, the search is bugged, and you cannot "follow" an artist to see if any new tunes from them come up. So, in the end, selecting a tune is time consuming and frustrating at best.

The rules to improve your status are unclear, and if you beat someone to DJ or Top Dog you realise that songs were counted from the basic ones on, so if they had selected 5 out of their allowed 9, and you beat them, they will have 1 song left rather than having used up their additional songs first - so the fact they have been DJ at one point is completely nullified. This applies also to when you visit several different venues: your song limit applies to all, which is per se quite absurd, but it also means that if you were DJ in one place, but used only 6 of the 9 songs, and move to somewhere where you're a regular, you have no songs you can choose.

I understand that they want you to buy additional songs, but the available tunes are not tempting enough anyway, and giving poor service is not a tempting way to prompt us to spend.

Developer Response ,

Hi Shebali,

Being a DJ or Top Dog is deliberately venue specific - that way seemed fairest. If you'd like to discuss in detail we'd love to talk it through with you so please get in touch on twitter @secretdj


blokefromsmoke ,

What they don’t say

Great app, I use every time I’m out (where possible).
I haven’t seen this mentioned on the app details, but you get 3 free songs per day, only after you use up the free credits do you get asked if you want to pay for more songs.
I’m surprised how few people know about Secret DJ, get it and introduce your friends to it, you could have all your music choices between you all night.

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