Pyro the DJ app launched by Serato
Serato has launched Pyro, a brand new DJ app for your next house party. The new Pyro app integrates with your Spotify in order to create seamless party play lists.
The Pyro app acts as an automatic DJ that is able to beat match the tracks on your playlists.
It is a different take on a DJ app for Serato, since their scratch emulation DJ software is some of the most widely used across the world.
What they are trying to do with the new app is to reach out to the market of people who don’t care to spend all their time at a party behind the DJ decks.
“It’s definitely dance music, hip hop, top 40s, and that kinda music that really this app is designed for and does an amazing job of. That’s the kind of music you’d expect to hear mixed by a DJ.” Said AJ Bertenshaw, Serato co-founder and CEO to The Verge
Once you have downloaded Pyro and launched it, the DJ app will then scan through your smart phone’s iTunes library to selects songs that you could put into a desired play list.
You will be able to move or delete tracks by nudging them right or left. The fun part for you is that your music will play seamlessly until the play list finishes. The smart little app will also automatically pick out similar music to that of your play list once it ends.
Also, if you have a premium account with Spotify, your Pyro app will integrate with that too. You could use your existing play lists and browse songs from within the Pyro app.
An android version is not yet available but the Serato Pyro app is compatible with the iPhone, iPad and, the Apple Watch. You can download Pyro for free on the app store.
Serato Pyro – A new music player app from Serato
Pyro is now available worldwide on the App Store – A brand new music player app from Serato that seamlessly mixes your music from your iOS device or Spotify Premium Account. Stream your own playlists, listen to exclusively curated lists, or let Pyro do it all for you.Choose any song and we’ll keep the party going – http://sera.to/-b5k4
Posted by Pyro on Thursday, February 11, 2016