[ad#Google Adsense 300×250 in story]Using djay, you basically full DJ setup in the palm of their hand, complete with a realistic turntable and mixer interface to spin, scratch and cue right on the touchscreen, according to the company.
djay offers users a dual turntable interface and access to your iTunes library, so you can do things like blend playlists using the automix feature.
Integration with Apple’s AirPlay allows you to stream your mix wirelessly to any supported device.
The iPad version adds three additional cue points, auto loop and compatibility with Bluetooth audio devices.
Both versions are available for download from the App Store. The iPad version costs $19.99 and the iPhone, iPod touch app costs $9.99.