The Best DJ Apps for Android and iPhone

DJ equipment and the resources and time you spend learning them can be very costly. Still, although it won’t make you a professional DJ, there are mobile DJ apps that you can use to improve yourself. In this article, we’ve brought together the best DJ apps for Android and iPhone to help you create great music while having fun.

edjing Mix

Designed in collaboration with professional DJs, edjing Mix is one of the best DJ apps for Android and iPhone, with advanced features that turn your phone into a true DJ setup and offer unlimited creative freedom. You can mix with over 70 million tracks in the popular app, compatible with Tidal Premium, SoundCloud Go+, iTunes, Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud Drive, files and more. The app offers almost all DJ tools you need including automatic BPM detection, wide audio spectrum, HD recording, crossfader curve adjustment, and more. 

edjing Mix on the App Store

edjing Mix on Google Play

Cross DJ

Cross DJ, a free DJ app, helps you to mix in nearly-perfect sync with features such as Accurate BPM detection, quantize mode, automix. The app also provides you with advanced audio features such as realistic scratch sound and audio FX. However, in the app, you need to make an in-app purchase in order to record and share your mix on social media and use effects such as beat and Low-Pass.

Cross DJ on Google Play

Cross DJ on the App Store


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DJ Studio 5

Only available on Google Play, DJ Studio 5 is a free turntable for DJs which allows you access everything needed to mix, remix, loop, scratch, or pitch your music. It includes 2 virtual turntables, 10 customisable sample pads, 8 sound effects, 7 skins, and much more features for you to make the perfect music. 

DJ Studio 5 on Google Play

djay

djay, one of the best DJ apps for Android and iPhone, allows you to perform live, remix tracks, or enable Automix mode to let the app create a mix for you automatically. Although Spotify integration was removed recently, it still supports TIDAL and SoundCloud. The audio features of the app are also advanced enough to meet your needs.

djay on Google Play

djay on the App Store


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Pacemaker

Only available on the App Store, Pacemaker is quite a popular DJ app allowing you to create your mixes and share them with friends. If you wish, you can use its app designed for Apple Watch to add live effects and mix tracks directly from your wrist. Some of the notable features of the app include a community of music lovers, millions of tracks from major record labels, and quick creation and editing options. 

Pacemaker on the App Store

Music Maker JAM

Music Maker JAM is one of the most popular DJ apps across the App Store and Google Play. You can use the app to create, share and discover amazing tracks across all genres. You can use a reasonable amount of the features it offers for free, but you may need to make an in-app purchase for full access to the advanced editing settings library.

Music Maker JAM on the App Store

Music Maker JAM on Google Play

BandLab

The free BandLab app is one of the most popular DJ apps in both app stores, with over 40 million users worldwide. It offers more than 330 virtual MIDI instruments, over 180 vocal, guitar, bass effect presents, 16-track mix editor, and more than 15,000 royaşty-free sound samples. 

BandLab on Google Play

BandLab on the App Store

Written by Jordan Bevan

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