we are very proud to announce djay Pro for the iPhone!
Built exclusively for iPhone, djay Pro seamlessly integrates with your media library and Spotify, giving you instant access to millions of tracks. Pristine sound quality and a powerful set of features including high-definition waveforms, four decks, and video mixing give you endless creative flexibility to mix music on-the-go. The possibilities are endless, for further information please see our website or the Apple App Store.
Have fun with the app,
I bought it and it seems nice.
Apart from playing around with the App… is there any guide or video on how to work it?
Also I hope its compatible with Iphone 7 Plus…
DJ Pro is only on Mac, iPad & iPhone… All Apple only devices. Not a good sign. Especially being Djay Pro has been out on Mac for years and on iPad for over a year. Just by feature set alone and its very specific GUI/compatibility I am having doubts on how they would even accomplish equivalent support for such a broad product such as Android. Never know though.
Djay 2 is very generic in layout compared to Djay Pro. Upon running Djay Pro via iOS you understand very quickly what the “Built exclusively for iPhone” mentioned above really means. Like I said could happen but what we know already points to probably not.
I must say djpro works well with my iPhone 6s Plus.
Will this be a future project for Android also???
Well they made Djay 2 for android, and it works fine.
I seriously considering to buy this new version. But I need to know something before buy. First, where can I see list of 30 effects from sugar bytes and second does new iPhone 7 and your app can with some cable split 2 stereo channels? Because I use external mixer not controller . On iphones before 6,5,4 etc. And ipad you can split two stereo chan. First for instance with headphone output in first chan of external mixer and another with usb (I use apple adapter for that and have external mixer with usb port). At the end scenario is your app, iphone 7 and use of two deck from app all must be routed stereo (no mono split) to external mixer. Is this possible?