Ever used the music-mixing app djay on your iPhone? The digital music mixing software program for Mac OS X, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch created by the German company Algoriddim.
The djay is already a hit among the iPhone users. And, the latest reports say the latest iPhone version has been updated with a number of new features, because Algoriddim wants to take the full advantage of iPhone5’s larger screen.
The new version of the djay has volume sliders on each side along with the Sync buttons on the screen at one time. In the earliest version, these features were hidden inside the menu due to less onscreen space of the iPhone.
The new version also implemented a multi-route audio. This feature takes advantage of the new Operating System in the iPhone5, the iOS 6.
The feature allows output of two different stereo channels, one through the dock connector and the other one through the headphone jack. And, that means you can listen to one track while another is playing.
The other change in the latest version of djay is that now users can buy and display music from iTunes inside the app.
You can purchase this app for your iPhone5 for just $0.99.