djay Pro finally comes to Windows 10, packs Surface Dial integration and more

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Algoriddim, the maker of the popular djay Pro software on Mac and the iPhone is bringing its software to Windows 10 devices. The company today launched its new Universal Windows Platform app for Windows 10 devices on the Windows Store. The app isn’t an actual Universal Windows Platform app, but it was ported from iOS using Microsoft’s Project Islandwood bridge.

As the app is ported from iOS, all the features from the iOS app are included in the Windows 10 app which is neat. But what’s even better is the fact that the app integrates with some new Windows 10 technologies, including support for the Surface Dial. What this will essentially allow you to do is give you quick access to some of the app’s most frequent features and allow you to play around with different effects much more naturally. For instance, you can easily scroll through your catalog using the Surface Dial which is going to be really handy.

The app also features integration with Spotify, Groove Music, and iTunes which means you will be able to stream any song you want from these music streaming services. djay Pro on Windows 10 costs $49.99 which is understandable since it is meant for professional DJs, but if you ever wanted to become a DJ, the app will probably be really useful.

Head over to the Windows Store here to grab it for your Windows 10 PC. 

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