Algoriddim Djay Pro has become one of the most downloaded beginner mixing softwares for Apple Mac users today (also available on Windows). It has gained a stunning reputation for ease of use and the intuitiveness, making it an ideal software for beginner DJs looking to start mixing from the go.
The Algoriddim company was founded back in 2006 in Munich, Germany. From the offset, they built themselves on an ideology that their software should eliminate the boundaries between casual and professional-level software in an attempt to create a world where anybody can become an artist in their own right. Unlike other major companies, Algoriddim focuses solely on software and does not manufacture their own hardware controllers. Nonetheless, due to the rapid expansion in popularity for the djay pro software, the vast majority of leading hardware controllers support integration with djay pro.
Over the years, Algoriddim Djay’s impressive reputation gained interest from certain major digital music platforms. In 2014, Algoriddim announced a partnership with Spotify, and it became possible to instantly access over 20 million songs from a desktop or mobile device operating djay Pro 2. The new Spotify integration capabilities made Algoriddim’s Djay Pro software even more appealing to a wide audience of users beginning their journey into the world of digital DJ mixing.
Algoriddim demonstrated the altruistic side to their business in 2015 with the creation of an exclusive product RED edition of Djay in support of World AIDS Day. 100% of the proceeds were directed towards RED's global fund which is used to fight against AIDS.
As one of the most popular DJ apps downloaded by Apple users, Algoriddim Djay became the official partner for Apple Music Festival in 2015, where it brought its highly targeted base of music enthusiasts to join the party.
Today, Algoriddim Djay remains an exceedingly popular mixing software downloaded by millions of users across the globe. Over the years it has partnered with world famous artists including David Guetta, Snoop Dogg and Far East Movement to continue developing its software into the reliable, accessible, and intuitive software that it is today.