algoriddim’s djay is probably at its best on iOS, but the Mac version of the software is still one of the best value desktop DJ applications around.
These days, djay for Mac seems to be aimed at more of an entry-level, hobbyist market. Its biggest selling point - aside from the price - is it’s well-implemented iTunes integration, which allows users to browse their library and playlists directly from inside the app.
There are still plenty of flexible DJing features included, though, with a range of effects, cue points and a sampler built into the software. djay supports an impressive list of MIDI controllers, too, and can also be controlled by an associated iOS remote app.
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