Traktor DJ For iPhone Now Available For $4.99

traktor-dj-iphoneNative Instruments has released Traktor DJ for iPhone, the latest port of its popular DJ software.


  • Direct access to your iTunes music library from Traktor DJ
  • Stylish waveform display allows for simple looping and ultra-tight scratching
  • Swipe from one-deck focus to split-screen view
  • The most affordable way to get started with TRAKTOR pro DJ software to date
  • Intelligent browser recommends songs based on compatible tempo and key
  • Automatic tempo and key detection plus BPM sync for super-smooth mixing
  • Notification Center gives you in-app access to essential tips and undiscovered techniques
  • 8 built-in pro DJ effects including Reverb, Delay, and dramatic glitch effects like BeatMasher
  • Familiar DJ mixer layout with crossfader, 3-band EQ, and filter on each channel
  • Prepare tracks on the road – all metadata (tempo, beatgrids, cue points etc.) in TRAKTOR DJ syncs with TRAKTOR PRO DJ software
  • Record your mixes live in high-quality on the iPhone and share with your friends

Here’s the official intro video:

Hardware and system requirements:

  • Minimum requirements are iPhone 4 or higher, iPod Touch (4th generation) or higher, and iOS 6.0 or higher.
  • Recommended requirements are iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, or iPod touch (5th generation).

Traktor DJ for iPhone is available now for $4.99.

One thought on “Traktor DJ For iPhone Now Available For $4.99

  1. I’ve been using Algoriddim’s Djay software for Mac and from my humble point of view (as I’m not a professional DJ) I found their software the best for my purposes (in regards to Mac OSX of course). Now when it comes to portable media, I have tried DJiT’s “edjing” app which was fantastic as a free app but it required me to sign up and get an account for it. It also offered as in app purchase to remove adds and allow the pre-cueing function. Algorriddim’s has all those feature without need to subscribe. And it was free for a while ago.
    Native Instruments’ Traktor DJ app has many features that other apps lack, like the waveform view to exactly view which parts you want to cut and loop or distort etc. but in the end it’s mostly about functionality. As a last resort I’ve used my iPhone with Algoriddim’s Djay app to play music at a club, but if you’re trying to go “professional” and live mix and loop, probably a laptop with your favourite app should be the way to go but if not, Native Instruments’ Traktor DJ app would be a fairly good substitute.

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