djay Free

djay Free

djay Free is the first “serious” app of the ones that we promised for this week. Just like Aces of the Luftwaffe djay Free is an “Editor’s choice” application so it should bring some nice features and make you feel like you can actually do something with it.

It is not hard to guess what djay Free is all about as the name of the app suggests it from the start. In its core djay Free is a DJ application. It comes with tons of features and allows you to mix music in numerous ways, record the new songs that you create, perform live, create loops and apply great FX effects in real time. Furthermore djay Free features integration for Spotify, music library integration, support for all major audio formats, support for Bluetooth devices, support for DJ MIDI controllers and various audio interfaces and more.

So far so good – just make sure to have a free and fast connection to the Internet since djay Free is a relatively large app at 75 MB.

djay Free is here on Google Play.

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