djay for iPhone, iPad now enhanced for the iPhone 5's larger display

djay by algoriddim, the very popular and incredibly awesome DJ app for iPhone and iPad, has received a big update that not only brings new features and support for iOS 6, but also optimization for the iPhone 5's larger display. And by optimization, we don't mean that they've spaced out the elements of their UI to fill the screen, but they've redesigned the UI to include more controls on the screen to increase functionality and usability.

If you're not familiar with djay, it's an app that transforms your iPhone and iPad into a full-fledged portable DJ systems that integrates with your music library. It features a hyper-realistic interface and ultra-low latency that offers a true professional mixing experience. You can perform live, record mixes on the go, or enable Automix mode and let djay do all the work.

djay has been a favorite of DJ's everywhere and was the winner of the 2011 Apple Design Award for iPad -- and with the optimizations for iOS 6 and the iPhone 5, djay is better than ever.

The following image demonstrates how djay has taken full advantage of the iPhone 5's larger screen.

So as you can see, the main screen of djay on the iPhone 5 now includes UI elements that had to be accessed from a different screen on previous iPhone models.

Some of the other improvements made to djay include integration with the iTunes Store with in-app browse, preview, and purchase, support of multi route audio on iOS 6, key lock and time stretching, high precision analysis settings, and an improved library, speed slider, and bluetooth compatibility.

djay is available on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac with the iPhone version temporarily available for just $0.99 (normally $9.99). The iPad version is also currently featured by Apple and on sale for $4.99 (normally $19.99).

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Leanna Lofte

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djay for iPhone, iPad now enhanced for the iPhone 5's larger display


side note, google finally updated chrome to use the full screen. now only if they would update youtube, gmail, voice, drive, offers, etc. hahaha i know i know, its going to take a bit of time. just like when retina display came out.

Just been back onto the AppStore and it is on for £2.99 for the UK, so I've now got it, thanks for the tip.