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djay - DJ App & Mixer

djay - DJ App & Mixer

Algoriddim

Mix Music & Remix Songs

3.9 Ratings 234K+ Reviews 10M+ Downloads

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  • img Community
    If you’re looking to become a dj or you just want to impress your friends with your skills while you count down to 12 am on New Years Eve, this is a fun app to use.
    img by DJ Dude
    7 months ago
  • img Expert
    1. Mix and remix millions of songs instantly! Full compatibility with your entire Spotify library, a world of music at your fingertips
    2. Transform your mobile device into a full DJ system and bring the beat to you with full-scale tools like tempo, pitch-bend, EQ, looping, and audio FX
    3. Supports all major audio formats, Bluetooth devices, MIDI controllers, and audio interfaces like Reloop Beatpad

    Reviewed by Kaylin on March 15, 2018

  • May 27, 2021

    By kinderhood
    Great App. Paid for the full version. What up with the Looper? That is a great feature - where can I add more loops? Loops are easy and seems like u should have more than 3 sets of built in loops. Can I drop them in a folder somewhere? Plz plz plz tell me this is possible. The app handles well, BUT AGAIN... This looper... The Looper... That is the magic. Even the sampler could have a loader or somewhere to put them samples. They both use same interface - where do I add more. That's it.
  • Most used app on my phone Dec 22, 2020

    By smokey_mcpot
    Ever since my hardware started acting screwy, I decided to give some alternatives a try. I’ve only ever mixed and recorded analog... 1200s, CDJs with actual CDs, mixer into the AUX of a stereo, cassette recordings... I’ve never used software before. I wouldn’t even know how to connect my laptop to my mixer. Yeah I know... ridiculous, right? But if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Well... it broke. So I decided to give some of the DJ apps a try. And I gotta say... most of the ones I tired were pretty terrible. Hot garbage, if I’m being honest. They had interesting qualities but wasn’t quite “there”. And the recordings sounded worse than my cassette recordings, hiss and all. This was the last app I tried. And I fell in love. So much so, I actually pay for it... and if you knew me... you’ll know I never spend money on apps. Only reason this is 4 stars instead of 5, is because the app drains my battery pretty quickly. Otherwise it’s be the full 5 stars. Anyways, hope my review is helpful to someone on the fence about giving it a try. All I’ll say is, this is by far the best app I’ve come across that fulfills what I need in a DJ setup... and more. I’ve tried about 4 other ones, and not only is this smoother and easier to use, the UI is way better looking than the others I tried. Solve that battery draining problem and I’d go as far as it say it’s perfect (for what I need). Good luck!
  • May 26, 2021

    By Darly Mccaskill
    Love the app but when I wanted, I guess it's premium, so I click on it says 6 dollars and change but it wouldn't accept my payment!?🤔🤔 is premium more than 6 dollars?? False advertisement, problem has since been solved, great app,THE BEST DJ APP AROUND, can anyone help me!! If I Uninstall the app and reinstall will I lose my music?? I'm having trouble with the output, both songs are playing in the same ear,
  • Bait and switch (updated) Dec 31, 2018

    By Nightliker
    I previously wrote an angry review with one star for this app. I am seriously annoyed with companies switching to a subscription model instead of supporting apps or desktop applications people have already paid for and expected support for. That said, I am updating my review and rating due to the fact that this update is excellent. It’s the best DJ app on iOS. For 4 stars, I implore Algoriddim GmbH to allow for more comprehensive editorial of the beat grid. Bonus points for allowing the user to create new audio files with truncated versions of tracks. Some songs have sliding, evolving, or distinct tempo sections. “Batdance” by Prince is a great example. There’s basically another song embedded in the middle of that track. As a vinyl DJ I understand that skill can overcome these limitations, but as an Apple customer who just bought a powerful new iPad Pro, I want my machine to use all it’s processor power to make my life easier and to free up my brain goo processor for other creative activities (microphone banter, visuals, dance-offs, etc). For 5 stars, make this app compatible with Audiobus technology (like DJ Pro is/was). I would also suggest, if they are receptive, ask Ableton if “DJ” can read .ALS files so that all the warp marking labor undertaken by users can be interpreted non-destructively (ie: without rendering a new audio file). Keep up the good work.
  • Love it!...but it could use a few tweaks Dec 10, 2019

    By Megamaster135778
    This app is how I listen to music; I barely even use the music app anymore. I like the wide range of effects I can choose from, I like the malleability of the software when it comes to changing tempo and almost everything else. Lastly, I absolutely love how you can see the tempos and keys of songs while you're selecting one in your library and that you can change the pitch or keep it the same, even when you need to tweak the BPM a bit. However, no great app is without its flaws. First off, there has been a recurring bug even since Djay 2 was a thing, where the app would mislabel the artist of quite a few of the songs in the music library. For example, the song "Astrocat" by an artist called PIXL is labeled by the app under a different artist in my library, for example, "Droptek and Tut Tut Child." Second off, I have a question. Djay 2 had a feature where you could record your own samples and make your own sample packs. It doesn't say whether this comes with pro features or not. Is that a pro features thing or was it removed entirely? Again, I love the app, but just a few bugs may need to be fixed.
  • Play music off iCloud/ files, ditch iTunes music Apr 16, 2021

    By Future NowHere
    I don’t have a computer, just a phone. There aren’t many decent music players for iOS. I make my own music, on my phone, and like to listen to them. I can do that with this player. It makes listening to music really fun. You can play around with effects, record, mix, and has some pretty intuitive features. It did eat my battery pretty fast. Not something that you can use all the time, unless you’re plugged in. I see dj’s as music makers that haven’t really taken that crucial next step into music making. You could call them posers, or noobs. Especially since everyone can afford to make music on their computers and phones/ iPads now. I see if dj apps want to make it in the future now, they’ll need to start seeing themselves as musical instruments. Therefore integrate themselves into AUM/ Audiobus/ audio units/ plug-ins/ effects. Without this, it’s kind of all gimmicky and doesn’t really last/ transitional to say the least. Dj’s are well mostly fake. Ai can do everything they do. Sure they bring the energy and promote music. But to really bring it, is to make music, and step on fan mode.
  • May 30, 2021

    By Siraji Hassan Sienigah
    So far the best I've encountered, This mixer never disappoints, simple to use, and the player is light and runs smoothly. Thanks for the app, looking forward to buying the upgrade.
  • New connection issues make it almost unusable. Apr 22, 2020

    By NolanA512
    As an intermediate DJ, this app does everything I could ask it to do. However, only just a couple days ago, it started being unable to connect to my DDJ-200. I use an iPad as my primary device, and that’s where the problem is. It connects just fine if I use my phone, which I find quite annoying and inconvenient. Bluetooth is Bluetooth so what’s the problem? I’ve tried everything to remedy the issue. Rebooting my iPad several times, deleting the app and reinstalling it, unplugging and plugging back in the DDJ-200, everything, all to no avail. I’ve reached out for help by several methods and have gotten zero response. Algoriddim, please hire an intern or something to manage your Instagram page and to provide responses to questions. Adding insult to injury, I’m a Djay Pro subscriber. Quite inconvenient to have paid for a year subscription only to not even be able to use it how I want. Oh and another thing, I migrated to Tidal (annoyed about that too) and the track list doesn’t provide the key of the track for like half of my set list. Just make your app work 100% how it’s supposed to. Other than that, I have no complaints.
  • May 27, 2021

    By kinderhood
    Great App. Paid for the full version. What up with the Looper? That is a great feature - where can I add more loops? Loops are easy and seems like u should have more than 3 sets of built in loops. Can I drop them in a folder somewhere? Plz plz plz tell me this is possible. The app handles well, BUT AGAIN... This looper... The Looper... That is the magic. Even the sampler could have a loader or somewhere to put them samples. They both use same interface - where do I add more. That's it.
  • Most used app on my phone Dec 22, 2020

    By smokey_mcpot
    Ever since my hardware started acting screwy, I decided to give some alternatives a try. I’ve only ever mixed and recorded analog... 1200s, CDJs with actual CDs, mixer into the AUX of a stereo, cassette recordings... I’ve never used software before. I wouldn’t even know how to connect my laptop to my mixer. Yeah I know... ridiculous, right? But if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Well... it broke. So I decided to give some of the DJ apps a try. And I gotta say... most of the ones I tired were pretty terrible. Hot garbage, if I’m being honest. They had interesting qualities but wasn’t quite “there”. And the recordings sounded worse than my cassette recordings, hiss and all. This was the last app I tried. And I fell in love. So much so, I actually pay for it... and if you knew me... you’ll know I never spend money on apps. Only reason this is 4 stars instead of 5, is because the app drains my battery pretty quickly. Otherwise it’s be the full 5 stars. Anyways, hope my review is helpful to someone on the fence about giving it a try. All I’ll say is, this is by far the best app I’ve come across that fulfills what I need in a DJ setup... and more. I’ve tried about 4 other ones, and not only is this smoother and easier to use, the UI is way better looking than the others I tried. Solve that battery draining problem and I’d go as far as it say it’s perfect (for what I need). Good luck!
  • May 26, 2021

    By Darly Mccaskill
    Love the app but when I wanted, I guess it's premium, so I click on it says 6 dollars and change but it wouldn't accept my payment!?🤔🤔 is premium more than 6 dollars?? False advertisement, problem has since been solved, great app,THE BEST DJ APP AROUND, can anyone help me!! If I Uninstall the app and reinstall will I lose my music?? I'm having trouble with the output, both songs are playing in the same ear,
  • Bait and switch (updated) Dec 31, 2018

    By Nightliker
    I previously wrote an angry review with one star for this app. I am seriously annoyed with companies switching to a subscription model instead of supporting apps or desktop applications people have already paid for and expected support for. That said, I am updating my review and rating due to the fact that this update is excellent. It’s the best DJ app on iOS. For 4 stars, I implore Algoriddim GmbH to allow for more comprehensive editorial of the beat grid. Bonus points for allowing the user to create new audio files with truncated versions of tracks. Some songs have sliding, evolving, or distinct tempo sections. “Batdance” by Prince is a great example. There’s basically another song embedded in the middle of that track. As a vinyl DJ I understand that skill can overcome these limitations, but as an Apple customer who just bought a powerful new iPad Pro, I want my machine to use all it’s processor power to make my life easier and to free up my brain goo processor for other creative activities (microphone banter, visuals, dance-offs, etc). For 5 stars, make this app compatible with Audiobus technology (like DJ Pro is/was). I would also suggest, if they are receptive, ask Ableton if “DJ” can read .ALS files so that all the warp marking labor undertaken by users can be interpreted non-destructively (ie: without rendering a new audio file). Keep up the good work.
  • Love it!...but it could use a few tweaks Dec 10, 2019

    By Megamaster135778
    This app is how I listen to music; I barely even use the music app anymore. I like the wide range of effects I can choose from, I like the malleability of the software when it comes to changing tempo and almost everything else. Lastly, I absolutely love how you can see the tempos and keys of songs while you're selecting one in your library and that you can change the pitch or keep it the same, even when you need to tweak the BPM a bit. However, no great app is without its flaws. First off, there has been a recurring bug even since Djay 2 was a thing, where the app would mislabel the artist of quite a few of the songs in the music library. For example, the song "Astrocat" by an artist called PIXL is labeled by the app under a different artist in my library, for example, "Droptek and Tut Tut Child." Second off, I have a question. Djay 2 had a feature where you could record your own samples and make your own sample packs. It doesn't say whether this comes with pro features or not. Is that a pro features thing or was it removed entirely? Again, I love the app, but just a few bugs may need to be fixed.
  • Play music off iCloud/ files, ditch iTunes music Apr 16, 2021

    By Future NowHere
    I don’t have a computer, just a phone. There aren’t many decent music players for iOS. I make my own music, on my phone, and like to listen to them. I can do that with this player. It makes listening to music really fun. You can play around with effects, record, mix, and has some pretty intuitive features. It did eat my battery pretty fast. Not something that you can use all the time, unless you’re plugged in. I see dj’s as music makers that haven’t really taken that crucial next step into music making. You could call them posers, or noobs. Especially since everyone can afford to make music on their computers and phones/ iPads now. I see if dj apps want to make it in the future now, they’ll need to start seeing themselves as musical instruments. Therefore integrate themselves into AUM/ Audiobus/ audio units/ plug-ins/ effects. Without this, it’s kind of all gimmicky and doesn’t really last/ transitional to say the least. Dj’s are well mostly fake. Ai can do everything they do. Sure they bring the energy and promote music. But to really bring it, is to make music, and step on fan mode.
  • May 30, 2021

    By Siraji Hassan Sienigah
    So far the best I've encountered, This mixer never disappoints, simple to use, and the player is light and runs smoothly. Thanks for the app, looking forward to buying the upgrade.
  • New connection issues make it almost unusable. Apr 22, 2020

    By NolanA512
    As an intermediate DJ, this app does everything I could ask it to do. However, only just a couple days ago, it started being unable to connect to my DDJ-200. I use an iPad as my primary device, and that’s where the problem is. It connects just fine if I use my phone, which I find quite annoying and inconvenient. Bluetooth is Bluetooth so what’s the problem? I’ve tried everything to remedy the issue. Rebooting my iPad several times, deleting the app and reinstalling it, unplugging and plugging back in the DDJ-200, everything, all to no avail. I’ve reached out for help by several methods and have gotten zero response. Algoriddim, please hire an intern or something to manage your Instagram page and to provide responses to questions. Adding insult to injury, I’m a Djay Pro subscriber. Quite inconvenient to have paid for a year subscription only to not even be able to use it how I want. Oh and another thing, I migrated to Tidal (annoyed about that too) and the track list doesn’t provide the key of the track for like half of my set list. Just make your app work 100% how it’s supposed to. Other than that, I have no complaints.
  • Slightly over-reaching Jun 15, 2020

    By CptDanno
    It is an undeniably good time spinning records from the bottomless crate of music-streaming services. Makes nearly any DJ mix you could imagine possible. This makes the app perfect for DJing your living room after parties, free-styling a set from Tidal suggestions, or playing DJ Request on the ones and twos. This is a really fun app and a great way for people to dip their toes in the DJing pool before diving into a multi-thousand-dollar investment on CDJs and a Mixer. The audio quality is passable for most parties, but it’s not professional-grade, which is fine. My only real complaint is that the app will crash eventually if I video-DJ over AirPlay to an AppleTV. Takes about 15 - 20 minutes, and I’m guessing this is a memory leak. But whatever, it’s still a good party trick and I still would recommend checking the app out if you’re curious. You probably won’t regret it. It’s really a lot of fun and can help hone in a DJs set of skills, allowing for many opportunities to expo and/or practice wherever. Keep it up, guys; and maybe see about that memory leak?
  • Apr 13, 2021

    By Michael Hey
    This app is very good and I enjoy using it. But, the option to record my mixes and upload them has stopped working, how can I rectify this please? Cheers Update, 13/04/21 All issues resolved with some excellent customer service from Guillermo. Very helpful and replied to all my emails. Very much recommend app. Thanks
  • Jun 6, 2021

    By Darren Curtis II
    Must Paid Subcribe to use this App. Specifically, You have to pay for basic usage of DJ Software that is free on other free software and Apps. 🤯 Which is Pre-cuing, Automatic Mixing AI, Sampling, and Looping. Then you have to be Premium/Paid Subscription of Tidel, Soundcloud to use these plugins. BUT there is No Plugins for Youtube Music, iHeartRadio, Facebook/Instagram Music, TikTok/Resso, Snapchat Music, Pandora, Napster, MediaNet, Deezer, iTunes, or go.triller.co...oof!!! Overall, not bad
  • Apr 30, 2021

    By Albanomad
    I want my money back. This app is horrendous on mobile and essentially useless. I use the Windows version with Tidal with no problems. I cue my track with this and it just sits there. Tried reinstalling, restarting but it doesn't change. I left the app sitting with the play button highlighted thinking nothing of it. Twenty minutes later it starts playing! Start trying to have fun with it with the auto mix. If you try and change the order of your tracks, it stops playing and won't restart. Etc.
  • May 6, 2021

    By Lea Katrina
    alignment on 20:9 (2400x1080) screens is a bit off, there's a white line on the bottom of the screen on Landscape mode. you know it's misaligned because if you drag down the Notification Center, it'll actually correct itself. also (on Landscape mode as well) if you open the song picker, a grey line protruding on the top of the screen (which you can only see on phones with rounded bezels) appears. UPDATE: two months later, still buggy.
  • Buggy software Mar 24, 2021

    By gjvwahkorxbjij
    I have yet to get a response for well over a month and several emails to support. Lon go story short, this software is buggy. When I match two beets at the same tempo, the loop starts to slip. I am then forced to used sync, sync then has trouble staying at the tempo as well and starts to scew the sound. This has been going on for well over a month. These are songs I own, not streaming. It made my first set since the pandemic very challenging and you can here the screwing in the recording. Does anyone work for tris company? Can anyone give a response? I’ve sent video, photo, and audio proof. Either that or this is such an issue they haven’t been able to find time to respond. I’ve reinstalled hardware, restarted my devices, tried on a laptop instead of a tablet. All the same issue. Bought my Mixon 4 specifically for this program. Does try the same in my DDJ 200, same with no controller attached. Therefore this is a development issue. This software is supreme otherwise. If they can’t fix that issue it’s basically impossible to do a set. I would hold off purchasing this software until the developer fixes the issue.
  • We asked for more features on Djay Pro, and this is what we get. Dec 17, 2018

    By Draqoon9306
    If anyone used the previous generation of the djay series and was in fact following along with the forum, you should be aware that they were willing to add more ideas such as ableton link to djay pro. However, the devs showed up once to support it never since. Well, Now we know why. They weren’t talking on the forum because they knew that they wanted to get more money off features that were requested. It’s important to note that the djay series has been attractive because it was a one-time payment app that beat all other one-time payment djing app. This, however, defeats the trust of the djay series. Even with the 83% off for djay pro users, it’s still outrageous that you pay $9.99 for a year worth of djay, when there are better alternatives at that price range such as the soda. For those of you trying out the djay app for the first time, don’t bother with this one even if it seems very attractive. Get alternatives or the older djay pro. They are only missing a few things and often times they’re cheaper than $9.99 for a one-time payment.
  • It’s a sad day if you’re visually impaired Oct 21, 2020

    By D. J. Djay Touch M. D.
    It’s a sad day for visually impaired people who DJ with this app! The app does not allow you to route the voiceover between headphones or speakers anymore like it was accessible and I was 13. With a news update of iOS 14 this is no longer the case and it is not accessible to people who are visually impaired the way that he used to be! Is very disappointing because I have use this app for many years and I have spent thousands of dollars on different controllers and now it’s send me that I must leave! Sure you can buy one of their controllers and things might work, But if you buy a more professional or expensive controller Sally the voiceover accessibility is not the same and cannot be roots it through just the headphones anymore! The voiceover is heard through the speakers as well as the headphones making the DJ experience for visually impaired people impossible to enjoy with everyone else! Goodbye DJ a Y until this issue was fixed and as I said I have canceled my subscription and if you are visually impaired you should cancel yours to
  • What a mess... Feb 22, 2019

    By Spacewaitress
    I’ve been using DJ Pro for years and love it. Unnecessarily complex doesn’t begin to describe this hot mess of an “update.” I am constantly hitting menu buttons to change views back and forth just to do some basic mixing. In 4 deck view, you cannot control the basic volume of the track and the FX controls at the same time because they are on two completely different pages! ???!!!??? The library (as others have mentioned) is now so small and complex that it’s difficult to find the next song quickly so you can get back to mixing. This is not an update, it’s a downgrade and a waste of money. I paid my $9.99 to try it out. Learn from my mistake, save your money and buy a real DJ program, because this app is not it. And seriously, what is the subscription for and where is the value for the monthly fee? The loops? We have to punch through so many menu options just to get there (and back) that the song will be over before we can even add a basic kick or snare to our mix. What a waste.
  • May 22, 2021

    By Dean Taylorson
    Downloaded this app for my phone to use on my poineer ddj200 and it keeps crashing after a while and don't know why needs to be sorted .I won't buy the full version unless it gets sorted
  • Apr 8, 2021

    By Deadly Frog
    Do not buy... Automix does not work. Will not play correctly songs placed in que. Can not adjust manual settings. Just a mess. Still no update. Please refund my money.
  • COME ON WHAT IS THIS SUBSCRIPTION CRAP!!! Nov 5, 2019

    By Mmdeveloper
    Update: Well I finally heard back on my first review — 9 months later... Personally that tells me that not only has the product changed to an unreasonable subscription model but the developers don’t even care enough to read the feedback regularly... Probably trying to figure out where they went wrong - no one buying your product? Maybe because it’s a subscription based product. Original Review: One more product I am dumping because the company decided that making money was more important than servicing their products. I have the previous version (which I will no longer upgrade for fear that it will get broken and then lose support) and it is fine. All these companies think that they can charge monthly money for apps and it is just garbage - people are not made of money and don’t want to pay forever for an app... I say either go back to a purchase price or lose more customer... What’s better $40 you get and it is yours, or $60 per year that I’m not giving you and a lot of other people won’t either... Seems like everyone is trying to nickel and dime the consumers with their “in-app purchases” or “subscriptions”... At least with IAP I get to choose whether things are worth it to me - and I can buy them and then THEY ARE MINE... I’m done... Not buying these subscription apps ever again...
  • img Community
    If you’re looking to become a dj or you just want to impress your friends with your skills while you count down to 12 am on New Years Eve, this is a fun app to use.
    img by DJ Dude
    7 months ago
  • img Expert
    1. Mix and remix millions of songs instantly! Full compatibility with your entire Spotify library, a world of music at your fingertips
    2. Transform your mobile device into a full DJ system and bring the beat to you with full-scale tools like tempo, pitch-bend, EQ, looping, and audio FX
    3. Supports all major audio formats, Bluetooth devices, MIDI controllers, and audio interfaces like Reloop Beatpad

    Reviewed by Kaylin on March 15, 2018

  • May 27, 2021

    By kinderhood
    Great App. Paid for the full version. What up with the Looper? That is a great feature - where can I add more loops? Loops are easy and seems like u should have more than 3 sets of built in loops. Can I drop them in a folder somewhere? Plz plz plz tell me this is possible. The app handles well, BUT AGAIN... This looper... The Looper... That is the magic. Even the sampler could have a loader or somewhere to put them samples. They both use same interface - where do I add more. That's it.
  • May 26, 2021

    By Darly Mccaskill
    Love the app but when I wanted, I guess it's premium, so I click on it says 6 dollars and change but it wouldn't accept my payment!?🤔🤔 is premium more than 6 dollars?? False advertisement, problem has since been solved, great app,THE BEST DJ APP AROUND, can anyone help me!! If I Uninstall the app and reinstall will I lose my music?? I'm having trouble with the output, both songs are playing in the same ear,
  • May 30, 2021

    By Siraji Hassan Sienigah
    So far the best I've encountered, This mixer never disappoints, simple to use, and the player is light and runs smoothly. Thanks for the app, looking forward to buying the upgrade.
  • Apr 13, 2021

    By Michael Hey
    This app is very good and I enjoy using it. But, the option to record my mixes and upload them has stopped working, how can I rectify this please? Cheers Update, 13/04/21 All issues resolved with some excellent customer service from Guillermo. Very helpful and replied to all my emails. Very much recommend app. Thanks
  • DJ Manipulator Feb 1, 2021

    By DJ Manipulator
    The best DJ app for iPad and iPhone on the market. I use an iPad Pro and Traktor s2 midi control decks and with this set up I can pretty much DJ any venue any club any arena with sufficient control and capability to please the crowd no matter how big or how small. I would recommend this app to any beginner, novice or professional DJ out there. For the beginner it has many tutorials and how to videos to get your DJ skills up to par to have you ready to battle with the best in no time at all. Also for the novice and professional DJs out there the tips and tricks that are presented in the videos you can even hone your craft with precision and perfection with ease. Try it try it I can not say it enough get it buy it try it you will not be disappointed. 50 stars for DJ PRO!!!
  • Apr 29, 2021

    By Brandon Cowley
    This is licturally the best dj app on android, apart from the fact that you have to pay to record, but if you just wanna jam out and mess around, this is the app.
  • Blows My Mind Coming From Traktor on Mac Nov 12, 2020

    By deltaryz
    My setup is very atypical - I have four separate MIDI devices, which send their input to Traktor Pro 2, and receive output from Ableton Live. The two softwares are kept in sync via Ableton Link so that I could run lightshows on a Launchpad, Launchkey, and MIDI Fighter 3D. Color me surprised when I find that I can replicate the exact same setup between NanoStudio 2 and Djay - but not only that, Djay genuinely surpasses Traktor in every possible way. Usability, stability, featureset, it’s all absolutely excellent - even to the point of supporting basically any kind of input or output, audio and midi, and even smart keyboard shortcuts. This software goes above and beyond to provide a serious contender in professional DJ software. Absolutely do recommend.
  • 40 years in the music biz Apr 24, 2021

    By Rob W (NYC)
    Very much enjoying the application and I’m playing around with the free version. Haven’t split cue yet and I’m already beat mixing pretty decently with no headphone. My iTunes library loaded in very easily and the BPM’s get captured pretty much after you load the file. Decent sync and EQ should make playing out with this app fun. PS I have signed developed and released over 1000 in singles and 80 album projects of pure soulful quality dance music. I’ve managed some of the heavy weights as producers artists in DJs. Traveling the world where they would make upwards of $10,000 a gig. I was a well-known name in NYC working the clubs myself from 1985 to 1991. Private eyes video night club, limelight, Palladium, Danceteria. I just want to repeat that I have only been playing around with this app for the past five hours yet somehow I know I will be using it for doing fashion shows, art gallery openings and some lounge club play. I may end up getting the pro version after I play around for a few more days and check on my headphones work. Thanks deejay. .
  • May 2, 2021

    By Wonnie Jalker
    The app is good and I use it almost 1 year and just a suggestion if you can make the disc four so I can mix a lot of music but overall the app is good.
  • Most used app on my phone Dec 22, 2020

    By smokey_mcpot
    Ever since my hardware started acting screwy, I decided to give some alternatives a try. I’ve only ever mixed and recorded analog... 1200s, CDJs with actual CDs, mixer into the AUX of a stereo, cassette recordings... I’ve never used software before. I wouldn’t even know how to connect my laptop to my mixer. Yeah I know... ridiculous, right? But if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Well... it broke. So I decided to give some of the DJ apps a try. And I gotta say... most of the ones I tired were pretty terrible. Hot garbage, if I’m being honest. They had interesting qualities but wasn’t quite “there”. And the recordings sounded worse than my cassette recordings, hiss and all. This was the last app I tried. And I fell in love. So much so, I actually pay for it... and if you knew me... you’ll know I never spend money on apps. Only reason this is 4 stars instead of 5, is because the app drains my battery pretty quickly. Otherwise it’s be the full 5 stars. Anyways, hope my review is helpful to someone on the fence about giving it a try. All I’ll say is, this is by far the best app I’ve come across that fulfills what I need in a DJ setup... and more. I’ve tried about 4 other ones, and not only is this smoother and easier to use, the UI is way better looking than the others I tried. Solve that battery draining problem and I’d go as far as it say it’s perfect (for what I need). Good luck!
  • Love it!...but it could use a few tweaks Dec 10, 2019

    By Megamaster135778
    This app is how I listen to music; I barely even use the music app anymore. I like the wide range of effects I can choose from, I like the malleability of the software when it comes to changing tempo and almost everything else. Lastly, I absolutely love how you can see the tempos and keys of songs while you're selecting one in your library and that you can change the pitch or keep it the same, even when you need to tweak the BPM a bit. However, no great app is without its flaws. First off, there has been a recurring bug even since Djay 2 was a thing, where the app would mislabel the artist of quite a few of the songs in the music library. For example, the song "Astrocat" by an artist called PIXL is labeled by the app under a different artist in my library, for example, "Droptek and Tut Tut Child." Second off, I have a question. Djay 2 had a feature where you could record your own samples and make your own sample packs. It doesn't say whether this comes with pro features or not. Is that a pro features thing or was it removed entirely? Again, I love the app, but just a few bugs may need to be fixed.
  • Play music off iCloud/ files, ditch iTunes music Apr 16, 2021

    By Future NowHere
    I don’t have a computer, just a phone. There aren’t many decent music players for iOS. I make my own music, on my phone, and like to listen to them. I can do that with this player. It makes listening to music really fun. You can play around with effects, record, mix, and has some pretty intuitive features. It did eat my battery pretty fast. Not something that you can use all the time, unless you’re plugged in. I see dj’s as music makers that haven’t really taken that crucial next step into music making. You could call them posers, or noobs. Especially since everyone can afford to make music on their computers and phones/ iPads now. I see if dj apps want to make it in the future now, they’ll need to start seeing themselves as musical instruments. Therefore integrate themselves into AUM/ Audiobus/ audio units/ plug-ins/ effects. Without this, it’s kind of all gimmicky and doesn’t really last/ transitional to say the least. Dj’s are well mostly fake. Ai can do everything they do. Sure they bring the energy and promote music. But to really bring it, is to make music, and step on fan mode.
  • Slightly over-reaching Jun 15, 2020

    By CptDanno
    It is an undeniably good time spinning records from the bottomless crate of music-streaming services. Makes nearly any DJ mix you could imagine possible. This makes the app perfect for DJing your living room after parties, free-styling a set from Tidal suggestions, or playing DJ Request on the ones and twos. This is a really fun app and a great way for people to dip their toes in the DJing pool before diving into a multi-thousand-dollar investment on CDJs and a Mixer. The audio quality is passable for most parties, but it’s not professional-grade, which is fine. My only real complaint is that the app will crash eventually if I video-DJ over AirPlay to an AppleTV. Takes about 15 - 20 minutes, and I’m guessing this is a memory leak. But whatever, it’s still a good party trick and I still would recommend checking the app out if you’re curious. You probably won’t regret it. It’s really a lot of fun and can help hone in a DJs set of skills, allowing for many opportunities to expo and/or practice wherever. Keep it up, guys; and maybe see about that memory leak?
  • Apr 20, 2021

    By Shane Webber
    I am using djay on my Galaxy Tab S7 routing the audio via a USB-C to aux converter (with built in digital audio conversion). djay was working perfectly but now refuses to play via my USB-C & only plays on my devices internal speakers. All other apps play audio via the USB-C so it's not the device that's faulty.
  • Apr 25, 2021

    By Ashish Sheth
    I m using this software since last 2 years, and find it best among all other available, but recently when i started was unable to find the option to sort the songs of library thru bpm, it is missing. Please fix that. Thanks
  • May 7, 2021

    By Rock Johnson
    Pretty good app but some quality is lost using it. You hear it instantly. Other than that its pretty solid so far. Im considering purchasing it if i dont find something better. It also works with Tidal.
  • Been pretty good so far Sep 20, 2020

    By pumblino
    I have been using this program for over 5 years now. It works ok most of the time. Once in awhile it just closes up and i have to relaunch, and start my mixes all over again. Not paying for that. I had the free version that was available then and still use it. I won’t pay to use it on tiny phone and ipad screens as the controls are just not easy on small screens. If they remove the version I currently use, i will definitely uninstall at that point. There’s just simply no feature that would get me to pay a monthly fee. Just a way for these companies to get filthy rich. Look i would maybe consider a one time fee, but subscription to play my own music that ive already paid a fortune for? Will NEVER happen.
  • Jun 8, 2021

    By Emily VP
    Please add the option to change the key and bpm of the tracks. It's not possible on Android like it is on iPad
  • Bait and switch (updated) Dec 31, 2018

    By Nightliker
    I previously wrote an angry review with one star for this app. I am seriously annoyed with companies switching to a subscription model instead of supporting apps or desktop applications people have already paid for and expected support for. That said, I am updating my review and rating due to the fact that this update is excellent. It’s the best DJ app on iOS. For 4 stars, I implore Algoriddim GmbH to allow for more comprehensive editorial of the beat grid. Bonus points for allowing the user to create new audio files with truncated versions of tracks. Some songs have sliding, evolving, or distinct tempo sections. “Batdance” by Prince is a great example. There’s basically another song embedded in the middle of that track. As a vinyl DJ I understand that skill can overcome these limitations, but as an Apple customer who just bought a powerful new iPad Pro, I want my machine to use all it’s processor power to make my life easier and to free up my brain goo processor for other creative activities (microphone banter, visuals, dance-offs, etc). For 5 stars, make this app compatible with Audiobus technology (like DJ Pro is/was). I would also suggest, if they are receptive, ask Ableton if “DJ” can read .ALS files so that all the warp marking labor undertaken by users can be interpreted non-destructively (ie: without rendering a new audio file). Keep up the good work.
  • New connection issues make it almost unusable. Apr 22, 2020

    By NolanA512
    As an intermediate DJ, this app does everything I could ask it to do. However, only just a couple days ago, it started being unable to connect to my DDJ-200. I use an iPad as my primary device, and that’s where the problem is. It connects just fine if I use my phone, which I find quite annoying and inconvenient. Bluetooth is Bluetooth so what’s the problem? I’ve tried everything to remedy the issue. Rebooting my iPad several times, deleting the app and reinstalling it, unplugging and plugging back in the DDJ-200, everything, all to no avail. I’ve reached out for help by several methods and have gotten zero response. Algoriddim, please hire an intern or something to manage your Instagram page and to provide responses to questions. Adding insult to injury, I’m a Djay Pro subscriber. Quite inconvenient to have paid for a year subscription only to not even be able to use it how I want. Oh and another thing, I migrated to Tidal (annoyed about that too) and the track list doesn’t provide the key of the track for like half of my set list. Just make your app work 100% how it’s supposed to. Other than that, I have no complaints.
  • Apr 24, 2021

    By Chris Taylor
    Decent app, been using it for years to make mixes. Kind of upset spotify no longer works with it, as it helped me test certain songs before downloading them. Decent app all around though. I just wish android version would get the same features as the iphone version
  • May 1, 2021

    By DJ. FELONY JUAN TREVINO
    I'm not sure what happened but all of a sudden it won't let me load my music 🎶 . I use this app to DJ sometimes . I really like it , just wish it didn't act up
  • My review of this app over the years Feb 8, 2019

    By TTYLTT
    to the developers of this app, I want to say a big thank you for coming up with one of the best mobile dj apps of all time ( djay 2 ). I have been using djay 2 for years and I came to master all of it before the new version which now comes with the subscription. I will ask that certain issues be addressed with the app. I honestly prefer the older djay 2 over the new one because of how simple and well placed the entire app was made. My only concern over the years was how sound output distorts when you lock the key and increase the tempo of any particular song. It’s very identical to that of virtual dj which is very bad. Serato does this key lock thing so well. I’d be more than happy if the developers found a way to push the best of sound output from this app as much as possible. Thanks
  • It’s a great app! But the update— Jan 12, 2019

    By Tokiladoki
    After the recent update, a feature I often used was the ability to change the song’s pitch no matter what speed it was playing at. It’d be nice to have that back. Right now you can only play the song at its original pitch regardless of speed or at the pitch of the set speed....like, I can’t play the song at a higher bpm and have it at a lower pitch than the original, I miss doing jams like that. Actually that was the only reason why I used this app over eDjing for a while. Buts that feature is gone now....hmmm I paid for the premium version hoping the feature would be there but was disappointed to find that it wasn’t. Eh, I don’t really see a reason to use an app that doesn’t have different features from the competition in general.
  • Jun 6, 2021

    By Darren Curtis II
    Must Paid Subcribe to use this App. Specifically, You have to pay for basic usage of DJ Software that is free on other free software and Apps. 🤯 Which is Pre-cuing, Automatic Mixing AI, Sampling, and Looping. Then you have to be Premium/Paid Subscription of Tidel, Soundcloud to use these plugins. BUT there is No Plugins for Youtube Music, iHeartRadio, Facebook/Instagram Music, TikTok/Resso, Snapchat Music, Pandora, Napster, MediaNet, Deezer, iTunes, or go.triller.co...oof!!! Overall, not bad
  • Apr 30, 2021

    By Albanomad
    I want my money back. This app is horrendous on mobile and essentially useless. I use the Windows version with Tidal with no problems. I cue my track with this and it just sits there. Tried reinstalling, restarting but it doesn't change. I left the app sitting with the play button highlighted thinking nothing of it. Twenty minutes later it starts playing! Start trying to have fun with it with the auto mix. If you try and change the order of your tracks, it stops playing and won't restart. Etc.
  • May 6, 2021

    By Lea Katrina
    alignment on 20:9 (2400x1080) screens is a bit off, there's a white line on the bottom of the screen on Landscape mode. you know it's misaligned because if you drag down the Notification Center, it'll actually correct itself. also (on Landscape mode as well) if you open the song picker, a grey line protruding on the top of the screen (which you can only see on phones with rounded bezels) appears. UPDATE: two months later, still buggy.
  • Buggy software Mar 24, 2021

    By gjvwahkorxbjij
    I have yet to get a response for well over a month and several emails to support. Lon go story short, this software is buggy. When I match two beets at the same tempo, the loop starts to slip. I am then forced to used sync, sync then has trouble staying at the tempo as well and starts to scew the sound. This has been going on for well over a month. These are songs I own, not streaming. It made my first set since the pandemic very challenging and you can here the screwing in the recording. Does anyone work for tris company? Can anyone give a response? I’ve sent video, photo, and audio proof. Either that or this is such an issue they haven’t been able to find time to respond. I’ve reinstalled hardware, restarted my devices, tried on a laptop instead of a tablet. All the same issue. Bought my Mixon 4 specifically for this program. Does try the same in my DDJ 200, same with no controller attached. Therefore this is a development issue. This software is supreme otherwise. If they can’t fix that issue it’s basically impossible to do a set. I would hold off purchasing this software until the developer fixes the issue.
  • Too buggy Dec 4, 2020

    By Tarasmc
    I’ve been using djay for 10 years now. I’ve been making mixes with the old version the entire time. I downloaded this new upgrade alongside the old one. While i love the features — skip, multiple ways to get to the equalizer, the apparent Neural features, etc — the software is just too buggy. I’ve had the screen just completely freeze on me several times. No clue what’s going on. It also is sometimes delayed in acting on my touch inputs. This is unacceptable where precision is needed. Other times, input is delayed to match the synced beat grid — or something, I really don’t understand what the software is doing. It is too unpredictable for me to record music. I might put a LOT of time into prepping a mix, but the software is likely to freeze or choke during the live record. This wastes my time and is frustrating AF.
  • Apr 17, 2021

    By Hamid Radmard
    When the tablet is rotated and you start the app, it will not play. You should always start it in portrait. My tablet is galaxy tab S6.
  • We asked for more features on Djay Pro, and this is what we get. Dec 17, 2018

    By Draqoon9306
    If anyone used the previous generation of the djay series and was in fact following along with the forum, you should be aware that they were willing to add more ideas such as ableton link to djay pro. However, the devs showed up once to support it never since. Well, Now we know why. They weren’t talking on the forum because they knew that they wanted to get more money off features that were requested. It’s important to note that the djay series has been attractive because it was a one-time payment app that beat all other one-time payment djing app. This, however, defeats the trust of the djay series. Even with the 83% off for djay pro users, it’s still outrageous that you pay $9.99 for a year worth of djay, when there are better alternatives at that price range such as the soda. For those of you trying out the djay app for the first time, don’t bother with this one even if it seems very attractive. Get alternatives or the older djay pro. They are only missing a few things and often times they’re cheaper than $9.99 for a one-time payment.
  • It’s a sad day if you’re visually impaired Oct 21, 2020

    By D. J. Djay Touch M. D.
    It’s a sad day for visually impaired people who DJ with this app! The app does not allow you to route the voiceover between headphones or speakers anymore like it was accessible and I was 13. With a news update of iOS 14 this is no longer the case and it is not accessible to people who are visually impaired the way that he used to be! Is very disappointing because I have use this app for many years and I have spent thousands of dollars on different controllers and now it’s send me that I must leave! Sure you can buy one of their controllers and things might work, But if you buy a more professional or expensive controller Sally the voiceover accessibility is not the same and cannot be roots it through just the headphones anymore! The voiceover is heard through the speakers as well as the headphones making the DJ experience for visually impaired people impossible to enjoy with everyone else! Goodbye DJ a Y until this issue was fixed and as I said I have canceled my subscription and if you are visually impaired you should cancel yours to
  • What a mess... Feb 22, 2019

    By Spacewaitress
    I’ve been using DJ Pro for years and love it. Unnecessarily complex doesn’t begin to describe this hot mess of an “update.” I am constantly hitting menu buttons to change views back and forth just to do some basic mixing. In 4 deck view, you cannot control the basic volume of the track and the FX controls at the same time because they are on two completely different pages! ???!!!??? The library (as others have mentioned) is now so small and complex that it’s difficult to find the next song quickly so you can get back to mixing. This is not an update, it’s a downgrade and a waste of money. I paid my $9.99 to try it out. Learn from my mistake, save your money and buy a real DJ program, because this app is not it. And seriously, what is the subscription for and where is the value for the monthly fee? The loops? We have to punch through so many menu options just to get there (and back) that the song will be over before we can even add a basic kick or snare to our mix. What a waste.
  • May 22, 2021

    By Dean Taylorson
    Downloaded this app for my phone to use on my poineer ddj200 and it keeps crashing after a while and don't know why needs to be sorted .I won't buy the full version unless it gets sorted
  • Apr 8, 2021

    By Deadly Frog
    Do not buy... Automix does not work. Will not play correctly songs placed in que. Can not adjust manual settings. Just a mess. Still no update. Please refund my money.
  • COME ON WHAT IS THIS SUBSCRIPTION CRAP!!! Nov 5, 2019

    By Mmdeveloper
    Update: Well I finally heard back on my first review — 9 months later... Personally that tells me that not only has the product changed to an unreasonable subscription model but the developers don’t even care enough to read the feedback regularly... Probably trying to figure out where they went wrong - no one buying your product? Maybe because it’s a subscription based product. Original Review: One more product I am dumping because the company decided that making money was more important than servicing their products. I have the previous version (which I will no longer upgrade for fear that it will get broken and then lose support) and it is fine. All these companies think that they can charge monthly money for apps and it is just garbage - people are not made of money and don’t want to pay forever for an app... I say either go back to a purchase price or lose more customer... What’s better $40 you get and it is yours, or $60 per year that I’m not giving you and a lot of other people won’t either... Seems like everyone is trying to nickel and dime the consumers with their “in-app purchases” or “subscriptions”... At least with IAP I get to choose whether things are worth it to me - and I can buy them and then THEY ARE MINE... I’m done... Not buying these subscription apps ever again...
  • May 25, 2021

    By Jakub Rzymski
    After the update, mixing from spotify isnt possible, even after migrating the songs to soundcloud, you cant play them. Honestly, waste of money
  • Subscription: no way! Dec 15, 2018

    By Nai-De
    Been buying this from since it was first released. Downloaded this one to to enable the review: Will be deleted right away. Subscription pricing is a rip off: people want to get paid in perpetuity for no work. You sell a product I like, I pay for it; you negligently ship it with bugs, you fix them for free. You add significant new features, you make a new major version, and I decide if it’s worth buying, or if what I have satisfies my needs. That’s honest business. I wish upon all companies who do subscription pricing, that others do the same onto them: office chairs that charge each time you sit down, doors that charge each time you open or close then, your bed is on renewal, and if your credit card number changes, and you forget to update them: all you find are spikes when you try to sleep. Your blue couch in the living room is unexpectedly suddenly “upgraded” to a neon orange one, and half your things are suddenly on the floor because it was decided that the “cabinets” feature isn’t used by enough people, and thus was simply removed. Laziness! You want your users to pay you for the product, the fixing of the bugs, the development of changes to the product (that they may not even want or like), and even for the downtime.

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