Your iPad can seriously DJ better than a lot of circuit DJs with Djay

It probably doesn't have tags for describing SoundCloud or the music detect BPM and essential. This app is among my favorite things on the planet though. I can spend hours with no end playing with it. It saved many house after parties.
The ridiculous part is that I download all the tracks on my phone because there's no streaming ability. So, 80% of the memory of my iPhone is taken up as music storage. Flip side you assemble literacy and library of individual tracks vs. Streaming Podcasts.

Thanks to a new partnership with Spotify, the subscription music service, Djay now offers direct access to Spotify's full music library of more than twenty million songs.

As a result, Djay will analyze a currently playing track and make recommendations based on BPM, key, musical style, and how well a song mixes with the current track. It truly helps to discover, explore, and find great new music that sounds amazing together.

Not only can Spotify Premium users DJ millions of songs, but they'll also enjoy real-time, intelligent suggestions on what to play next, powered by The Echo Nest's analysis of all the music on Spotify,” says Sten Garmark, VP of Product at Spotify. “Djay 2 will help DJs and regular music enthusiasts, regardless of their skill level, select the perfect songs for their set - or simply lean back and let djay 2 turn any Spotify playlist into a slick DJ set for parties or private listening.

Djay owners looking to use Spotify will need to sign up for a $10/month Spotify Premium account, though Djay users will be able to take advantage of a special 7-day free trial even if they have previously used a Spotify Premium trial.

To celebrate the new partnership, Algoriddim is offering Djay 2 for iPhone as a free download and Djay 2 for iPad for half-price, $4.99, for a limited time. [Direct Link: iPhone, iPad, Mac]

[via MacRumors]

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