Algoriddim , the company which own the popular app DJ app called “DJay” on Thursday announced djay for Apple Watch, which will let you play music and mix tunes right from your Apple watch.
To make it work you need to Sync an iPhone running the Djay 2 iPhone app , With that you will be able to choose music from your iTunes or Spotify library, cue up songs, loop and mix, view song information, play/pause, sync with the beat, loop, crossfade, automix, add audio effects and more.
The Djay for Apple Watch announcement was made in tandem with news of djay Pro 1.1 for OS X, which now supports native Pioneer CDJ/XDJ integration that will be useful for DJs that use that machine. It also features new live video mixing. It launches Thursday for $49.99 in the Mac App Store.
One another good news is Algoriddim is making the iPhone and iPad djay 2 applications free for the next week, so pick those up if you’re planning on grabbing an Apple Watch later this week.
Personally i really feel this idea werid , as i cant even imagine dj mixing tracking on there wrist. If someone really wants to do that then defiantly they have to choose the 42mm size as the 38 mm one will be really a small display to deal with .
A blog by : Jay Patel (@imJaypatell)