The Apple Watch can even be used as a portable disc jockey system thanks to a new update to the popular Djay 2 app for the iPhone.
Developer Algoriddim has done a great job taking a number of handy features from the app to the watch. DJs can browse their iTunes library, cue and mix songs, and even control audio effects and loops from the watch.
With Match, powered by Spotify, you’ll be able to view other tracks that go well with what is playing to automatically create a seamless mix. The Automix mode on the watch will automatically mix favorite music from both iTunes and Spotify.
Here’s a quick video that show’s the Apple Watch app in action. Click here if you can’t see it.
And for the next week, to celebrate the new addition, Algoriddim is making both Djay 2 for iPhone and Djay 2 for the iPad/iPad mini free. Both apps can be downloaded now on the App Store. There are a number of in-app purchases available in both titles.
You can find out more about how the iPhone version of the app works in our original review.
Algoriddim has also released an update for the Mac OS X version of the software – Djay Pro. Version 1.1. brings live video mixing, support for new professional DJ equipment, and more. It costs $49.99 and can be downloaded now from the Mac App Store.
For other recent Apple Watch app news, see: Things lets you manage your tasks on Apple Watch with ease, Adobe brings a trio of its popular creative apps to the Apple Watch, and Breaking, a great iOS 8 Notification Center widget, makes the move to the Apple Watch with a new update.