The best Dj apps on Android

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Being a DJ can be expensive. You have a load of equipment to buy and then you have to invest the time to learn it, use the software and create awesome music. Believe it or not, there are some decent DJ apps on Android. There aren't currently any that can run the whole show but you can use them to increase the set up and make it a bit better. Let's take a look at the best DJ apps for Android.

5 Best DJ Apps for Android

Cross DJ

Cross DJ claims to be one of the first mobile DJ apps. It has a decent set of features. It includes fairly accurate BPM detection, track synchronization and beat grid editing. The app also includes five levels of pitch bending (4, 8, 16, 32, 100%). It also comes with a range of features that you can purchase through in-app purchases. This includes an automixer, external mixing support and sample packs. Collecting an in-app purchase also removes ads and gives you access to more features. It's not cheap, but it's otherwise solid.


DJ Studio 5

DJ Studio 5 is one of the most complete DJ applications. It has one of the best free offers out there as well. The developers boast that the main app is completely free with no limitations or watermarks. This includes eight sound effects, ten sample pads, the ability to record live mixes, EQs, and more. All features are free to use. However, you can purchase additional things to complete the experience. There is also support for SoundCloud and even some hardware controllers.


djay 2

The djay 2 app is one of the most popular djay apps on iOS. Its release on Android was a big deal. It's already going very well on Android. It comes with Spotify integration, automix, effects, pitch-bend, loop, cue points, and more. It's really between that, edjing (below), and DJ Studio 5 for which we are the most powerful and it really depends on what we need in a DJ application. You can try it for free before buying it. It has some rough edges, however.


Edjing Mix

edjing Mix is ​​another of the most powerful DJ apps. It has a whole bunch of features. Highlights include Deezer support, support for your local library, 16 samples to play with, seamless synchronization between two tracks, and looping. There are also turntables, SoundCloud access, a crossfader, and you can upload your mixes to the cloud from within the app. You can even customize the layout a bit. There are three apps in total in the collection. One of them is free or you can buy it for €0,80. The other is free with additional things you can purchase as in-app purchases.


Music Maker JAM

Music Maker JAM is one of, if not the most popular, DJ apps for mobile. It checks all the boxes for the basics. You can create your own beats, record vocals, add real-time effects, and there are a ton of sound packs to choose from. You get a good chunk of it for free. However, like many mobile music production apps, it gets quite expensive rather quickly. It's still pretty decent, though, and a good free option for enthusiasts.


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