While the digital DJing market is undeniably dominated by a handful of big brands - namely Native Instruments, Serato and Ableton - these companies' applications aren't necessarily the be-all and end-all of laptop DJing.
Beyond the big names there's a wealth of less well-known applications competing for attention. Many of these have a lot going for them, be it offering great value for money, flexible features or a unique way of working.
To help sort the wheat from the chaff in the world of digital DJing, we asked for your nominations and votes to help us rate the top applications. Whilst, realistically, we wouldn't want to say any one piece of software is definitively better than all the others - ultimately, it will all come down to how you like to DJ and personal preference - what follows is at least a good indicator of which pieces of software are most popular among our users.