Edjing, an app that allows users to mix tracks streaming from Deezer and other music services, has announced a significant update today which brings new social features, a refreshed UI and access to a larger music catalog.
The company says that the new version offers access to more than 50 million streaming tracks in total, 30 million of which come from Deezer, while the rest are from SoundCloud. Naturally, you can use locally stored files too. As part of its ongoing relationship with Deezer, the app also now includes Deezer’s own track recommendation tools like Top Charts, Deezer Picks and Themed Radio Channels. However, you will need to be a Deezer Premium+ subscriber to access all this goodness.
There’s also now a new area for keeping track of your creations called ‘Edjing World’, where you can also share mixes directly to Facebook, Twitter or Google+. There’s also the option to share them privately via other forms of messaging.
Rounding off the list of changes is the new global search option, which will return results from Deezer, SoundCloud and iTunes all in one list.
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