djay 2 and vjay, the epic music and video mixing apps by Algoriddim, have been updated to support the new 64-bit Apple A7 processor in the iPhone 5s. What does that mean for those of us less interested in silicone architecture and more interested in making great music and videos? According to Karim Morsy and Michael Simmons, it means features that simply weren't possible on mobile before. Here are the stats they shared:
The popular music and video machine for iPad, vjay by algoriddim, has made it's way to the iPhone bringing all the same great features to the smaller device. With vjay, you can mix and scratch your favorite music videos from iTunes or combine songs from your music library with personal videos into a killer audio visual experience. You can then share your creations to a Facebook and YouTube.