djay Pro Adds Windows 10 Support

Have you dreamed of using DJay Pro with your Windows device? After years of only offering support for Apple products (iOS / MacOS), Algoriddim has released a DJay Pro version specifically designed for Windows 10. Keep reading for the details. 

djay Pro Comes To Windows 10

“Djay Pro provides a complete toolkit for performing DJs of all skill levels. Built specifically for Windows 10, djay Pro seamlessly integrates with your iTunes library, Windows Explorer, and Spotify, giving you instant access to millions of tracks. Pristine sound quality and a powerful set of features including high-definition waveforms, four decks, audio effects, and hardware integration give you endless creative flexibility to take your sets to new heights”.

Algoriddim specifically uses the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) to offer native support with no additional setup. This means Windows users can install the djay software with a single click – and it works instantly on all Windows 10 devices, from desktops to the Surface models. 

The Windows version uses the best of Windows technology, adding support for the Surface Dial as well as the desktop touchscreen found on most Windows 10 devices:

“djay Pro fully leverages Surface Studio with its beautiful PixelSense display and it’s the first app to support location-aware Surface Dial integration. With Surface Dial users can browse their music library, scratch, scrub, loop, and precisely adjust knobs and filters on screen and for each deck individually, providing a first-of-its-kind interaction paradigm to DJs.”

There’s hardware integration options for MIDI controllers, and pretty much every major feature found on the djay Pro version is present. This release is also exciting for Spotify users – djay Pro is now the only Spotify streaming DJ platform offered on both Windows and Mac platforms.

Windows users can download the djay Pro software on Algoriddim’s website here or on the Windows Store – there’s a free trial version and the full version can be unlocked for $49.99. 

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  • ZER011NE

    I’ve tested DJAY on my second gen core i5 windows 10 (for which is updated to the latest build). On a PC where Traktor, Virtual DJ and Serato runs flawlessly, I found it really hard to load a song to the track deck let alone play the song smoothly. It is very buggy and I wouldn’t recommend it for live DJ use.

  • Brock Dub C Stallworth

    I’m leaning towards this………

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  • Tony Mitchell

    Once you use DJ software on a touchscreen. It’s hard to go back to a MacBook.

  • Pete Ps

    At time of windows release, and this article,
    their [windows] website proudly displays in big-ol’ font:
    “The #1 DJ software for Windows”.

    The website, and program, is well organized and polished, but a
    clearly unsubstantiated claim is so unprofessional.

    • Emil Doubleplusgood

      If you are serious, you will use Serato or Traktor, on Mac or Windows.
      And that is the end of the list of serious software.

  • Matt Fish