Algoriddim Announces djay Pro For Mac With Spotify Integration

Phil Morse | Founder & Tutor
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Last updated 18 December, 2014

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Under its sleek, elegant surface, djay Pro for Mac punches a real punch, with all-new FX, four decks including full parallel waveform display, and tight Spotify and iTunes integration

Algoriddim has just announced a major new DJ program for Mac, called djay Pro. Building on the company’s previous djay for Mac software, djay Pro brings a whole host of features that have previously only been available on djay 2 for iPhone and iPad, including waveform display and full Spotify integration, giving DJ access to millions of tracks.

The greater power and screen real estate of a laptop, though, mean that djay Pro offers – for the first time on an Algoriddim DJ platform – four decks. The fact that the software is Mac only means it can take advantage of all sorts of other Mac features, too, the most notable in our eyes being the best iTunes integration of any software out there. However, 64-bit architecture and Retina display support combined with Algoriddim’s design flair mean it is a gorgeous-looking, smooth-scrolling program too.

We’ve had the software in beta for a short while and have spent some time testing it, so we’ll be bringing you a full review imminently but for now, below are the promo video to give you an idea as to how it looks, and links to the App Store and Algoriddim’s own site for more details.

Promo Video

• djay Pro is available on the Mac App Store for $50, and you can find out more about it on Algoriddim’s website.

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