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Saturday, November 3, 2018

The Best Free DJ Apps

Being a DJ used to be expensive. Even if you had no skills, you’d have to invest in equipment worth thousands of dollars to start. Thankfully, technology has bought those costs down. Today, you can learn to DJ for just a few dollars, even for free! The following apps will help improve your DJ skills—whether you want to do it personally or professionally.



Djay is one of the most popular and recognized DJ apps. Its interface is very similar to a physical deck, and you can work with two tracks at a time. For music, you can use the music stored on your phone or tablet or use music from Spotify. You’ll need a premium Spotify subscription for it to work and you’ll need to be connected to the internet even if you have saved music offline with Spotify. The app itself is straightforward to use and designed for beginners. If you’ve never used a DJ app before, Djay is the place to start.

Check out Djay on the Google Play Store and the iOS App Store.

DJ Studio 5


DJ Studio 5 is a fantastic, Android only DJ app aimed at beginners and intermediate enthusiasts. You get eight sound effects, a three band equalizer, ten customizable sample pads, one cue-point per deck, and plenty of other features that make it a well-rounded experience. The developers of DJ Studio 5 claim that the app has no limitations and most of the features of the app are completely free—unlike other apps. They claim to make their money from only from premium skins they offer as in-app purchases. You can even disable the ads in the free version.

You’ll find DJ Studio 5 only on the Google Play Store.

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