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★ This is a remote control app and requires djay for Mac (available at For a stand-alone iPhone version of djay please check out djay for iPhone & iPod touch on the App Store. ★

djay Remote is the ultimate companion app to algoriddim’s award-winning djay software for iTunes on the Mac. It turns your iPhone or iPod touch into a full-fledged DJ controller by allowing you to wirelessly control the addictive features of djay from the palm of your hand. Mixing your favorite music from iTunes has never been this much fun.

djay for Mac is required to run djay Remote, and available as a free trial from

Whether you're mingling with guests, rocking out on the dance floor, or simply wandering about the house, djay Remote allows you to mix and play your own iTunes music by wirelessly syncing with your djay software over Wi-Fi. It is synchronous 2-ways, giving you the power to work two turntables individually, scratch and cue music in real-time and control high quality effects, looping, skipping and cue points – all from the touch screen of your iPhone or iPod touch. Use Automix to queue up song requests on-the-fly and have them mixed for you - nonstop an fully automatic. One click - hours of fun!


✔ Access to the entire iTunes library on your Mac
✔ Dual turntable interface with touch control + scratching
✔ Rotating vinyl with cover artwork
✔ Timeline with song/artist display
✔ Automix mode with Automix Queue for song requests
✔ High-quality scratching
✔ BPM Sync
✔ Pitch Bend
✔ Looping, Cue points, Skipping, Audio FX
✔ 3-band EQ and volume controls
✔ 2-way-synchronous user interface
✔ Ultra-low latency

NOTE: djay Remote requires djay to be running on your Mac. You can download a free trial of djay for Mac at

djay Remote requires a Wi-Fi network. If you are not already using a Wi-Fi network, you can create a local Wi-Fi network on your Mac by choosing "Create Network..." from the AirPort menu in your Mac’s menubar. Then join the network on your iPhone/iPod touch through the Settings app.
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