Algoriddim launched Djay, the innovative and inventive Mac app. The app turns your iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS into a combination that rocks you. Djay is being featured in a recent iPad commercial with a significant update to its iPad version. Djay happens to available on both sides of the iOS platform. The app is available for $9.99 only. Meantime, Algoriddim also released a free upgrade to the iPad app ($20), with numerous features labelled as Djay 1.5 .
-You can create a high-quality AIFF file by simply exporting your recorded genius mix.
-You can load up songs of your choice from iTunes music library and you can scratch and transition between songs and can beat sync.
-Runs faster than ever
-Ability to pre-cue; listen to your next song without disturbing the party, with the help of a couple of connectors from Radio Shack
Djay’s iPad and iPhone version surprisingly are pretty alike to the desktop version of the software ($49.99) that is used by amateur DJs and professionals similarly and has been awarded highest ranking by Macworld.
But what both iOS versions lack is the ability to lock in the key of a song. App matches the BMPs of songs at immensely dissimilar tempos and so queued one will sound a bit baritone. If the app adds the ability to lock in keys for songs, there’ll be little that the iPad and the iPhone version lacks. The iPhone app can be said to be the best in its class, even without those iPhone features.
In writer’s view, when Djay for the Mac automatically beat-matches songs, the key for either tune is not changed. So DJs will surely be having fun and enjoyment without any worry.
Algoriddim is headquartered in Munich, Germany, where the iPad 2 will not be available until the end of the month.
You can give it a try by just paying few $s.