Another week, another reason to talk about Cross DJ on Android… Mixvibes continue their march to dominate Android by working with French phone manufacturer Alcatel and providing a copy of Cross DJ preloaded on their new phone and tablet. Fun fact: My first mobile phone, back in 2001, was an Alcatel (I think mine was […]
Tablets are established within DJing, and their use is becoming more diverse too. While some use them for full-on DJing, their use as an accessory is growing all the time. TKFX runs on iOS and Android and is designed to give much greater control over Traktor’s effects.
While iOS DJing is totally established and flourishing, Android has been slow on the uptake. It’s mainly for technical reasons of course, but Mixvibes has been ploughing on tacking each hurdle and adding key features to Cross DJ for Android. This time it’s MIDI.
Android is the runt of the OS litter when it comes to the DJ world. But it looks like Google is stepping up, and with Android L should start to be a player.
Mixvibes Cross 1.3 for Android gets an incremental upgrade, but the added features are key to successful digital DJing.
While they have a clear road, Mixvibes is marching forward with Cross DJ for Android. V1.2 brings many improvements including external mixing.
Cranking Android’s previously closed floodgates wide open, Cross DJ for Android fills the gaping void in the DJ market.
The Google Nexus 7 tablet was announced yesterday. Is this the device that will finally see Android mature for DJ and audio apps?