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BEST DJ APP

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Mixvibes CrossDJ for iPhone
Ni Traktor DJ for iPhone
IK Multimedia DJ Rig
Algoriddim Djay
Pioneer Rekordbox

Now DJs can take it to the road with these mobile DJing applications, which one will come out tops at the finishing line?

 

Native instruments Traktor DJ

£1.49 (iPhone), £7.99 (iPad)
Hype
A full blown professional DJing App complete with FX, EQs, Filters, Freeze mode and direct...

Mobile DJing apps that can mix it up with the big boys. Which one will come out tops?

Serato Remote and Serato Remote Mini


£3.99 (iPhone) £14.99 (iPad)
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A touch-screen remote control for your Serato DJ set up allowing DJs to control...

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Novation Launchkey
Arturia iMini
Cubasis
Korg iPoly six
Propellerhead Rebirth

Killer tunes can now be made on the go with these tasty Apps offering pro features on the move.

Akai Professional iMPC

£9.99
Hype
Huge library of top quality samples, MPC style workflow and a great price to boot!
Gripe
It's not a full-blown...

Melodics aims to get DJs and Producers up to scratch with their Beat Pad Programming

Melodics is a new App aimed to train up DJ/Producers in the art of pad drumming and programming

Korg release iOS version of their much-loved Arp Odyssey synth...

Korg’s Arp Odyssey breathed new life into a synth that has had faithful followers for many years. The new versions meant that DJs and producers...

Killer tunes can now be made on-the-go with these tasty apps offering pro features on the move.

Blocs Wave


£4.99
Hype
A super-cool way of sketching your ideas whilst on the move. Simple and fun and can be synced to other apps...

for iPad

Following a series of teasers, Traktor today announced the launch of Traktor DJ for iPad.

The app is a slimmed down and optimised version of...

Native Instruments' new DJing software for the iPad is just begging to be touched.

The release of Traktor DJ has changed all of this by bringing a truly professional mixing system to the iPad that can be used on-the-go for set preparation as well as for out-and-out DJ performances. Now DJs have the option of ditching their laptops in favour of an iPad for their gigs, meaning that when it comes to serious music production and DJing, the iPad’s time has finally come.

Launching at East Village 1st December

Red Bull are staging the UK debut of their new BPM DJ app.

Come and check out all the action at Shoreditch’s East Village on...

Best of North America Awards 2017

Exchange sits in the historic core of downtown Los Angeles, in what was formerly the Los Angeles Stock Exchange building. Brokers vacated in 1986 when...

Eats Everything

He might be able to knock out badass tunes, but Bristol boy Eats Everything is, in his heart, a DJ first and foremost (or husband if his new wife is reading!). What’s more, the man born Daniel Pearce has been doing it for exactly 20 years now, having gotten his first decks for Christmas back in 1992.

Popular DJ app expands reach

Native Instruments follows up the release of Traktor DJ for iPad by making a version for all iPhone and iPod users.

The Android revolution marches on with Mix Vibes’ Cross DJ app for all Android-enabled devices...

iPad and iPhone owners have had it pretty much their own way when it comes to DJ apps. However the times they are a-changing, as...