Algoriddim has released updates to its iOS app, vjay. They say that, best known for its ability to match different forms of media, the new version brings video mash-ups to another level by providing users with unprecedented tools that allow them to seamlessly mix and scratch video content just as a DJ would with music.
vjay is now featured on the App Store as the "Free App of the Week" where you can download the app free for a limited time. Originally released in June of last year, vjay was honored with prestigious awards such as App Store Best of 2012, and nominated for an MTV O Music Award in 2013, which, says Algoriddim, illustrates how the app has changed the way in which users interact with music and video.
The latest version of vjay comes preloaded with new exclusive content from music icon, Snoop Dogg, as well as music videos and visual clips by top visual artists. Users can now re-mix their video contents and play the finished mash-up video directly on the big screen through their Apple TV or share directly via Facebook and YouTube. Algoriddim believes that the next generation of the vjay mobile app is reshaping DJ culture by allowing users to create their audio and visual mashups and easily share their creations with others.
In the latest version, vjay also features "Video Time-stretching" exclusively created for iPhone5 and the latest generation of iPad. With this new feature, vjay now allows users to slow down or speed up a video clip without changing the pitch of the audio, leveraging the advanced processing power of the Apple A6 processor.
A spokesperson told us, "This revolutionary app allows users of any skill level to simultaneously manipulate multiple music and video streams in real-time to build professional-grade audiovisual creations."
Pricing and Availability:
vjay for iPhone and iPad are currently free App of the Week on the App Store. vjay is regularly $9.99 and only available for free in the App Store for a limited time.
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