Djay 2 Gets Apple Watch Support, Currently Free for iPhone and iPad
For those who love mixing music right on their iDevices, here is some good news: the developer behind Djay 2 just released a major update in the App Store, enabling Apple Watch support for the highly popular app.
What you get with this update: an Apple Watch app that will turn your wearable — which, by the way, ships tomorrow for the lucky owners who were fast enough on April 10 — into a DJ system.
The app uses the iPhone’s music library and allows DJs to select songs from playlists and mix the tracks right from their wrists. By using the Sync button, the app automatically matches the BPM of two songs and synchronizes their beats, while Crossfade gradually blends one song into another for a seamless transition — right from the Apple Watch.
The app has two neat features: Automix, which lets Djay mix the music from iTunes and Spotify automatically, and Match (powered by Spotify), which finds tracks that go with what is currently playing.
The app is currently free for both the iPhone and the iPad, but to enjoy all the features, you will need to spend some real cash.
Download Djay 2 for iPhone, it’s free! [Direct link]
Download Djay 2 for iPad, it’s free! [Direct link]