DJay Pro comes to Windows 10 users as a fresh universal app

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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DJay Pro, Algoriddim’s award-winning DJ software, has become available for download from Windows 10 Store.

The app has been previously launched for macOS and iOS, but the current version for Windows 10 has been improved for touchscreen PCs. It also supports Microsoft’s Surface Dial. The app arrives with Spotify and iTunes integration, and this makes it a great deal for users who don’t own an extensive collection of music.

DJay Pro is practically a complete toolkit for DJs of all skill levels. The app uses Microsoft’s “Islandwood” iOS-to-UWP tool, as a UWP app, and it offers some smooth graphics, low-latency audio and it also features plug-and-play hardware support. As DJay Pro has Spotify and iTunes integration, it will give you instant access to loads of tracks. The amazing sound quality and the powerful set of features including HD waveforms, four decks and a sampler, offer users endless creativity to take their sets to new peaks.

In order to take advantage of Algoriddim’s already existing world-class tech for high peorformance graphics, hardware integrations and audio, the DJay Pro for Windows was created in collaboration with Microsoft, and this allowed the creation of a cross-platform that bridges touch devices and desktop and at the same time feels completely native on Windows 10.

The app’s deep integration with the Windows platform is going to offer users the most immersive experience.

You’ll currently find the app available at $49,99 in the Windows Store, but newcomers can also enjoy a free trial that can be downloaded from the developer’s website.

DJay Pro is one of the best examples of what developers can do by leveraging the UWP platform and we sure hope to see more of these hitting the Windows Store as soon as possible.

What do you think? Are you going to be giving it a swing?



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