• Snip Du Jour

    Thumbs up. Love it! Been waiting for this for ages. Yay! much prettier than iTunes too.

  • http://twitter.com/holotropik Holotropik

    I love this App :)

    It’s dangerous to my wallet but very usable and easier to access than the Beatport website.

    I look forward to it’s development and the iPad (iOS) version.

    Cheers!

  • http://twitter.com/holotropik Holotropik

    I love this App :)

    It’s dangerous to my wallet but very usable and easier to access than the Beatport website.

    I look forward to it’s development and the iPad (iOS) version.

    Cheers!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=668340638 Michael Castner

    while i agree with having options – this is a bit too little too late. BP has a new interface in beta testing that utilizes html 5 and does away with the flash hurdle.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=668340638 Michael Castner

    while i agree with having options – this is a bit too little too late. BP has a new interface in beta testing that utilizes html 5 and does away with the flash hurdle.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=668340638 Michael Castner

    while i agree with having options – this is a bit too little too late. BP has a new interface in beta testing that utilizes html 5 and does away with the flash hurdle.

  • JHP

    The people complaining are probably the same people who torrent the majority of their music. Frequent users of beatport will know that the flash-based site is far from great and would truly appreciate how much quicker it is to browse via Beatler.

    Top job, Cancel Monday. Keep it up!

  • JHP

    The people complaining are probably the same people who torrent the majority of their music. Frequent users of beatport will know that the flash-based site is far from great and would truly appreciate how much quicker it is to browse via Beatler.

    Top job, Cancel Monday. Keep it up!

  • JHP

    The people complaining are probably the same people who torrent the majority of their music. Frequent users of beatport will know that the flash-based site is far from great and would truly appreciate how much quicker it is to browse via Beatler.

    Top job, Cancel Monday. Keep it up!

  • Anonymous

    @The_flyer_no1

    Windows version in a Day?? really.. cause last time I checked many if not most of the back end architecture, API’s, Libraries, or dependencies that beatler uses do not even EXIST for windows, trust me I have been asking about it for a year. So for them to do a windows version (from what I understand) they would need to hire a outside development team to port all that over to windows unless someone out there is cool enough to donate time to do it. So this could NEVER be done in a day as you say. Rupert and Jason have dedicated 2 years of their time to this application. No body paid them to do it. Jason happens to be a good friend of mine and has kept me informed since he started working on this app. I just as much as the next guy want a windows version -i’m a windows user. But I know that in order for that to happen they have to spend a lot of money to do that and with people complaining about $10 for all their hard work on it I don’t see that happening anytime soon. Remember this is just two guys and this all comes out of their pockets.

  • Anonymous

    @The_flyer_no1

    Windows version in a Day?? really.. cause last time I checked many if not most of the back end architecture, API’s, Libraries, or dependencies that beatler uses do not even EXIST for windows, trust me I have been asking about it for a year. So for them to do a windows version (from what I understand) they would need to hire a outside development team to port all that over to windows unless someone out there is cool enough to donate time to do it. So this could NEVER be done in a day as you say. Rupert and Jason have dedicated 2 years of their time to this application. No body paid them to do it. Jason happens to be a good friend of mine and has kept me informed since he started working on this app. I just as much as the next guy want a windows version -i’m a windows user. But I know that in order for that to happen they have to spend a lot of money to do that and with people complaining about $10 for all their hard work on it I don’t see that happening anytime soon. Remember this is just two guys and this all comes out of their pockets.

  • Anonymous

    @The_flyer_no1

    Windows version in a Day?? really.. cause last time I checked many if not most of the back end architecture, API’s, Libraries, or dependencies that beatler uses do not even EXIST for windows, trust me I have been asking about it for a year. So for them to do a windows version (from what I understand) they would need to hire a outside development team to port all that over to windows unless someone out there is cool enough to donate time to do it. So this could NEVER be done in a day as you say. Rupert and Jason have dedicated 2 years of their time to this application. No body paid them to do it. Jason happens to be a good friend of mine and has kept me informed since he started working on this app. I just as much as the next guy want a windows version -i’m a windows user. But I know that in order for that to happen they have to spend a lot of money to do that and with people complaining about $10 for all their hard work on it I don’t see that happening anytime soon. Remember this is just two guys and this all comes out of their pockets.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Grant-Reynolds/748309866 Grant Reynolds

    I have been using this for 3 days and i can say its absolutely awesome.. so much quicker, diggin for tracks is soo much more intuitive and its just soo much better!!!

    anyone that complains about spending a measly $10 on it is a pov cunt.. sorry for the harsh words but you guys need to wake up to yourself.. DJing and collecting tracks costs money.. $10 is pocket change in the world of DJing..

    Shit, i remember when i used to pay $20 for one record with 2 tracks!!!

    ungreatful bastards that want everything for free..

    • http://www.cancelmonday.com Jason – CancelMonday

      Awesome :)

      Good to hear people dig it :D

      In the next series of releases it only gets better. We got some really good suggestions since this article was posted and are already working on implementing them.

      Don’t forget to follow us on twitter @cancelmonday as we post tips and updates on there and I update in the DJTT forums on what we are up to as often as I can.

    • http://www.cancelmonday.com Jason – CancelMonday

      Awesome :)

      Good to hear people dig it :D

      In the next series of releases it only gets better. We got some really good suggestions since this article was posted and are already working on implementing them.

      Don’t forget to follow us on twitter @cancelmonday as we post tips and updates on there and I update in the DJTT forums on what we are up to as often as I can.

    • http://www.cancelmonday.com Jason – CancelMonday

      Awesome :)

      Good to hear people dig it :D

      In the next series of releases it only gets better. We got some really good suggestions since this article was posted and are already working on implementing them.

      Don’t forget to follow us on twitter @cancelmonday as we post tips and updates on there and I update in the DJTT forums on what we are up to as often as I can.

  • http://twitter.com/justcharlie charlie

    It’s funny to me that so many people are crying to the heavens about the injustice of a boutique developer selling this for $10. If you don’t like it, don’t buy it. To even have the option is a luxury, considering I personally quit using Beatport years ago because of the terrible Flash interface.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Grant-Reynolds/748309866 Grant Reynolds

      well said, i couldnt agree more!

  • Brad Ferris

    Haha I can’t believe people are whinging about $10… It’s worth the money for the artwork tagging feature alone.

  • First Touch

    Pretty cool features but not worth the price in my opinion. I don’t mind the Beatport website enough to buy it and iTunes does pretty much the exact same thing for free.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Grant-Reynolds/748309866 Grant Reynolds

      except you dont get DJ quality tunes on itunes, the selection on itunes is crap and no real DJ would even consider using the itunes store for track sourcing..

  • First Touch

    Pretty cool features but not worth the price in my opinion. I don’t mind the Beatport website enough to buy it and iTunes does pretty much the exact same thing for free.

  • http://audiocode.de Norman Freeman

    Anyone who thinks this timesaving gift of productivity is not worth $10 seems to be on the side of those who simply have more time than money. I hate you “if it’s not free it has to be a ferrari until I pay $1 for it” people. With a passion.

    I am DJing since 1995 and have a software company. Both I run with passion and love.

    What do you want me to do? Dj for free and give you all our software for free, not paying my employees and live on the streets with my family? FY!

    Beatler costs less than the time YOU spent writing these comments here.
    It’s actually fckn CHEAP!

    Even YOU must estimate your time’s worth at a minimum of $1/hour, no? And will Beatler save you 10h this year? Heck YES! (given you are a regular Beatport customer)

    Signing off and now stopping to complain about the complainers…

    Have a great day on the internet everybody!

  • http://audiocode.de Norman Freeman

    Anyone who thinks this timesaving gift of productivity is not worth $10 seems to be on the side of those who simply have more time than money. I hate you “if it’s not free it has to be a ferrari until I pay $1 for it” people. With a passion.

    I am DJing since 1995 and have a software company. Both I run with passion and love.

    What do you want me to do? Dj for free and give you all our software for free, not paying my employees and live on the streets with my family? FY!

    Beatler costs less than the time YOU spent writing these comments here.
    It’s actually fckn CHEAP!

    Even YOU must estimate your time’s worth at a minimum of $1/hour, no? And will Beatler save you 10h this year? Heck YES! (given you are a regular Beatport customer)

    Signing off and now stopping to complain about the complainers…

    Have a great day on the internet everybody!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Grant-Reynolds/748309866 Grant Reynolds

    I would pay $100 for this app.. anything to get me away from that flash based night mare.. And i love the fact that its got a simular design to itunes!! sooo good!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Grant-Reynolds/748309866 Grant Reynolds

    I would pay $100 for this app.. anything to get me away from that flash based night mare.. And i love the fact that its got a simular design to itunes!! sooo good!!

  • Jason – CancelMonday

    I would just like to clarify a few things.

    Firstly we do not represent or work for Beatport. Beatler is independently developed by 2 people (Rupert & Myself) who have put a lot of work in to creating Beatler over the last 2 years.

    We are not windows developers, however this is something we would like to do eventually but we do not have the capabilities as of yet.

  • Jason – CancelMonday

    I would just like to clarify a few things.

    Firstly we do not represent or work for Beatport. Beatler is independently developed by 2 people (Rupert & Myself) who have put a lot of work in to creating Beatler over the last 2 years.

    We are not windows developers, however this is something we would like to do eventually but we do not have the capabilities as of yet.

    • Brad Ferris

      Ignore the haters mate. It’s a great app and worth every penny!

    • Brad Ferris

      Ignore the haters mate. It’s a great app and worth every penny!

    • Anonymous

      When it comes to Windows I’ll buy, unless you have a spare Mac lying around? hint hint ;-)

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=15708591 Joe Mattiello

      As a fellow iOS & Mac developer, let me just say your app is amazing. The quality shouldn’t be taken for granted, and $10 is a great price. I paid for it after using the demo for about 5 minutes.

      Being able to organize crates and going back to review them will probably save me more than $10 alone in buying tracks I ultimately didn’t need.

      Also can’t believe it wasn’t obvious to people that this works with Beatport, it’s not MADE by Beatport. Otherwise it would be on Beatport or Beatportal.com, obviously.

  • Audio Aerosol

    Beatport does my head in. I can never find what i’m looking for and browsing is long and tiresome. They need to define the music genres more accurately instead of shoving everything into the house section

    JUNO DOWNLOAD ALL THE WAY FOR ME!

  • Audio Aerosol

    Beatport does my head in. I can never find what i’m looking for and browsing is long and tiresome. They need to define the music genres more accurately instead of shoving everything into the house section

    JUNO DOWNLOAD ALL THE WAY FOR ME!

  • DubbLife

    10 dollars is waaaaaaaaaaaay too steep for a website application. Id rather spend 10 dollars on music. Beatport should have made their OWN app by now. I dont know who is in charge of their tech department, but they have indeed ‘missed the bus’ on this one. EPIC FAIL.

  • DubbLife

    10 dollars is waaaaaaaaaaaay too steep for a website application. Id rather spend 10 dollars on music. Beatport should have made their OWN app by now. I dont know who is in charge of their tech department, but they have indeed ‘missed the bus’ on this one. EPIC FAIL.

  • Phil

    Nice tool. But what we really need is a tool for music aggregation: Get the music you like from Beatport, Junodownload, , soundcloud, all in one stream! =)

  • Phil

    Nice tool. But what we really need is a tool for music aggregation: Get the music you like from Beatport, Junodownload, , soundcloud, all in one stream! =)

  • DJ Fu$% Beatport

    I don’t use beatport and I never will.

  • DJ Fu$% Beatport

    I don’t use beatport and I never will.

  • Deeznuts

    what a rip off. beatport works fine. this is just another way to squeaz more money out of our pockets.

  • Deeznuts

    what a rip off. beatport works fine. this is just another way to squeaz more money out of our pockets.

  • http://www.facebook.com/gustavolanzas Gustavo Lanzas

    …or you could go buy your music at some other less pain-in-the-ass website. Satellite or Juno. And you know – the same tracks might be cheaper.

  • http://www.facebook.com/gustavolanzas Gustavo Lanzas

    …or you could go buy your music at some other less pain-in-the-ass website. Satellite or Juno. And you know – the same tracks might be cheaper.

  • http://www.facebook.com/gustavolanzas Gustavo Lanzas

    …or you could go buy your music at some other less pain-in-the-ass website. Satellite or Juno. And you know – the same tracks might be cheaper.

  • tom

    can you please update so we can listen to a track in the list like on beatport instead of having to click the whole album then pick a song in the browser thanks

  • http://profiles.google.com/gowers alex gowers

    I have a £10 beatport voucher and to this day have never used it, I signed up looked at the site and decided not to use it.

    A website based on flash turns my stomach.

    Ironically some of the best music as a DJ arrives in my email as promo.

  • http://profiles.google.com/gowers alex gowers

    I have a £10 beatport voucher and to this day have never used it, I signed up looked at the site and decided not to use it.

    A website based on flash turns my stomach.

    Ironically some of the best music as a DJ arrives in my email as promo.

  • http://profiles.google.com/gowers alex gowers

    I have a £10 beatport voucher and to this day have never used it, I signed up looked at the site and decided not to use it.

    A website based on flash turns my stomach.

    Ironically some of the best music as a DJ arrives in my email as promo.

  • Den Erello

    As said before, kinda sucks its osx only. Why not also for linux or windows

  • Den Erello

    As said before, kinda sucks its osx only. Why not also for linux or windows

  • Den Erello

    As said before, kinda sucks its osx only. Why not also for linux or windows

  • Den Erello

    As said before, kinda sucks its osx only. Why not also for linux or windows

  • Den Erello

    As said before, kinda sucks its osx only. Why not also for linux or windows

  • Jfd6812

    Hmm. I think ill have to try it out bf passing final judgment. From just reading the blog (and the old thread on the topic), I’m still not clear on how this app makes my life any easier than beatport already does. you can already search by genre, artist, release date, etc. I guess Ill just have to try it.

  • Jfd6812

    Hmm. I think ill have to try it out bf passing final judgment. From just reading the blog (and the old thread on the topic), I’m still not clear on how this app makes my life any easier than beatport already does. you can already search by genre, artist, release date, etc. I guess Ill just have to try it.

  • Jfd6812

    Hmm. I think ill have to try it out bf passing final judgment. From just reading the blog (and the old thread on the topic), I’m still not clear on how this app makes my life any easier than beatport already does. you can already search by genre, artist, release date, etc. I guess Ill just have to try it.

  • Jfd6812

    Hmm. I think ill have to try it out bf passing final judgment. From just reading the blog (and the old thread on the topic), I’m still not clear on how this app makes my life any easier than beatport already does. you can already search by genre, artist, release date, etc. I guess Ill just have to try it.

  • Jfd6812

    Hmm. I think ill have to try it out bf passing final judgment. From just reading the blog (and the old thread on the topic), I’m still not clear on how this app makes my life any easier than beatport already does. you can already search by genre, artist, release date, etc. I guess Ill just have to try it.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

    What I have understood, Cancel Monday is a small independent development company based in Bristol in the UK, specializing in creating software for the Mac and iPhone and it has nothing to do with Beatport. They just developed app to have a better way to to crawl through Beatport and sort out the tracks you’re possibly interested in buying.

    I’m not buying tracks just because they are just released and new this week, and I’ll have to be the first one to play it in my town and then it’s useless. I buy music that is GOOD, music that you can play today, next month and years after. I try to avoid most downloaded tracks if the track just isn’t a masterpiece.

    Again about the price, if you’re not afford to support indie developers’ hard work, then skip it. Don’t complain. Save the 10 bucks to buy this weeks 4 most downloaded tracks and try to do better job with the hot new tracks, because I guess you’re not doing your job well enough if you’ll have to complain about some app that costs only 10 bucks. :O I mean it’s worth a six pack of beer. You drink it and you’re pissed off that you didn’t get another one. Evening ruined. Where as with this app, you’ll have pleasant crate digging for years to come ;) Get the point?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

    What I have understood, Cancel Monday is a small independent development company based in Bristol in the UK, specializing in creating software for the Mac and iPhone and it has nothing to do with Beatport. They just developed app to have a better way to to crawl through Beatport and sort out the tracks you’re possibly interested in buying.

    I’m not buying tracks just because they are just released and new this week, and I’ll have to be the first one to play it in my town and then it’s useless. I buy music that is GOOD, music that you can play today, next month and years after. I try to avoid most downloaded tracks if the track just isn’t a masterpiece.

    Again about the price, if you’re not afford to support indie developers’ hard work, then skip it. Don’t complain. Save the 10 bucks to buy this weeks 4 most downloaded tracks and try to do better job with the hot new tracks, because I guess you’re not doing your job well enough if you’ll have to complain about some app that costs only 10 bucks. :O I mean it’s worth a six pack of beer. You drink it and you’re pissed off that you didn’t get another one. Evening ruined. Where as with this app, you’ll have pleasant crate digging for years to come ;) Get the point?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

    What I have understood, Cancel Monday is a small independent development company based in Bristol in the UK, specializing in creating software for the Mac and iPhone and it has nothing to do with Beatport. They just developed app to have a better way to to crawl through Beatport and sort out the tracks you’re possibly interested in buying.

    I’m not buying tracks just because they are just released and new this week, and I’ll have to be the first one to play it in my town and then it’s useless. I buy music that is GOOD, music that you can play today, next month and years after. I try to avoid most downloaded tracks if the track just isn’t a masterpiece.

    Again about the price, if you’re not afford to support indie developers’ hard work, then skip it. Don’t complain. Save the 10 bucks to buy this weeks 4 most downloaded tracks and try to do better job with the hot new tracks, because I guess you’re not doing your job well enough if you’ll have to complain about some app that costs only 10 bucks. :O I mean it’s worth a six pack of beer. You drink it and you’re pissed off that you didn’t get another one. Evening ruined. Where as with this app, you’ll have pleasant crate digging for years to come ;) Get the point?

    • http://www.audiocode.de Norman Freeman

      Word.
      I would have put the “Stop complaining and hide in your bedroom if you don’t have $10 to make your life 1000x easier (if you are DJing on a regular basis that is… ;) and just get back to torrenting the tracks you preview on beatport” – part a little more blunt… but in essence, this is what i wanted to say too. :)

      From a DJ & software programmer.

    • http://www.audiocode.de Norman Freeman

      Word.
      I would have put the “Stop complaining and hide in your bedroom if you don’t have $10 to make your life 1000x easier (if you are DJing on a regular basis that is… ;) and just get back to torrenting the tracks you preview on beatport” – part a little more blunt… but in essence, this is what i wanted to say too. :)

      From a DJ & software programmer.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

    What I have understood, Cancel Monday is a small independent development company based in Bristol in the UK, specializing in creating software for the Mac and iPhone and it has nothing to do with Beatport. They just developed app to have a better way to to crawl through Beatport and sort out the tracks you’re possibly interested in buying.

    I’m not buying tracks just because they are just released and new this week, and I’ll have to be the first one to play it in my town and then it’s useless. I buy music that is GOOD, music that you can play today, next month and years after. I try to avoid most downloaded tracks if the track just isn’t a masterpiece.

    Again about the price, if you’re not afford to support indie developers’ hard work, then skip it. Don’t complain. Save the 10 bucks to buy this weeks 4 most downloaded tracks and try to do better job with the hot new tracks, because I guess you’re not doing your job well enough if you’ll have to complain about some app that costs only 10 bucks. :O I mean it’s worth a six pack of beer. You drink it and you’re pissed off that you didn’t get another one. Evening ruined. Where as with this app, you’ll have pleasant crate digging for years to come ;) Get the point?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

    What I have understood, Cancel Monday is a small independent development company based in Bristol in the UK, specializing in creating software for the Mac and iPhone and it has nothing to do with Beatport. They just developed app to have a better way to to crawl through Beatport and sort out the tracks you’re possibly interested in buying.

    I’m not buying tracks just because they are just released and new this week, and I’ll have to be the first one to play it in my town and then it’s useless. I buy music that is GOOD, music that you can play today, next month and years after. I try to avoid most downloaded tracks if the track just isn’t a masterpiece.

    Again about the price, if you’re not afford to support indie developers’ hard work, then skip it. Don’t complain. Save the 10 bucks to buy this weeks 4 most downloaded tracks and try to do better job with the hot new tracks, because I guess you’re not doing your job well enough if you’ll have to complain about some app that costs only 10 bucks. :O I mean it’s worth a six pack of beer. You drink it and you’re pissed off that you didn’t get another one. Evening ruined. Where as with this app, you’ll have pleasant crate digging for years to come ;) Get the point?

  • Peter Cockslide

    Would you pay $10 for the itunes store?

    Fuck no.

    Failure on beatport. Im not gonna pay for a dektop app just because they are too lazy to update their bandwidth hungry piece of shit website.

    Ill put that extra money towards MUSIC. Anyone who doesnt is a tool

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

      What I have understood, Cancel Monday is a small independent development company based in Bristol in the UK, specializing in creating software for the Mac and iPhone and it has nothing to do with Beatport. They just developed app to have a better way to to crawl through Beatport and sort out the tracks you’re possibly interested in buying.

      I’m not buying tracks just because they are just released and new this week, and I’ll have to be the first one to play it in my town and then it’s useless. I buy music that is GOOD, music that you can play today, next month and years after. I try to avoid most downloaded tracks if the track just isn’t a masterpiece.

      Again about the price, if you’re not afford to support indie developers’ hard work, then skip it. Don’t complain. Save the 10 bucks to buy this weeks 4 most downloaded tracks and try to do better job with the hot new tracks, because I guess you’re not doing your job well enough if you’ll have to complain about some app that costs only 10 bucks. :O I mean it’s worth of a six pack of beer. You drink it and you’re pissed off that you didn’t get another one. Evening ruined. Where as with this app, you’ll have pleasant crawling for years to come ;) Get the point?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

      What I have understood, Cancel Monday is a small independent development company based in Bristol in the UK, specializing in creating software for the Mac and iPhone and it has nothing to do with Beatport. They just developed app to have a better way to to crawl through Beatport and sort out the tracks you’re possibly interested in buying.

      I’m not buying tracks just because they are just released and new this week, and I’ll have to be the first one to play it in my town and then it’s useless. I buy music that is GOOD, music that you can play today, next month and years after. I try to avoid most downloaded tracks if the track just isn’t a masterpiece.

      Again about the price, if you’re not afford to support indie developers’ hard work, then skip it. Don’t complain. Save the 10 bucks to buy this weeks 4 most downloaded tracks and try to do better job with the hot new tracks, because I guess you’re not doing your job well enough if you’ll have to complain about some app that costs only 10 bucks. :O I mean it’s worth of a six pack of beer. You drink it and you’re pissed off that you didn’t get another one. Evening ruined. Where as with this app, you’ll have pleasant crawling for years to come ;) Get the point?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

      What I have understood, Cancel Monday is a small independent development company based in Bristol in the UK, specializing in creating software for the Mac and iPhone and it has nothing to do with Beatport. They just developed app to have a better way to to crawl through Beatport and sort out the tracks you’re possibly interested in buying.

      I’m not buying tracks just because they are just released and new this week, and I’ll have to be the first one to play it in my town and then it’s useless. I buy music that is GOOD, music that you can play today, next month and years after. I try to avoid most downloaded tracks if the track just isn’t a masterpiece.

      Again about the price, if you’re not afford to support indie developers’ hard work, then skip it. Don’t complain. Save the 10 bucks to buy this weeks 4 most downloaded tracks and try to do better job with the hot new tracks, because I guess you’re not doing your job well enough if you’ll have to complain about some app that costs only 10 bucks. :O I mean it’s worth of a six pack of beer. You drink it and you’re pissed off that you didn’t get another one. Evening ruined. Where as with this app, you’ll have pleasant crawling for years to come ;) Get the point?

      • Peter Cockslide

        ^^Listen bro,

        Clearly you have misinterpereted the issue here.

        Why do I need to get middle manned when I buy my music? Thats for people like you. Ill take that six pack of bud light and a joint of medicinal marijuana any day over this app.

        Then Ill practice spinning while Im in the zone and your still wastin time being a music elitist and searchin for traks on your stupid app.

        Honestly if you want to be a snob to mainstream dance music thats fine, but dont count on making money in the industry if you aint gunna play what people even then know that they want to hear.

        newwwwwwwwB

      • Peter Cockslide

        ^^Listen bro,

        Clearly you have misinterpereted the issue here.

        Why do I need to get middle manned when I buy my music? Thats for people like you. Ill take that six pack of bud light and a joint of medicinal marijuana any day over this app.

        Then Ill practice spinning while Im in the zone and your still wastin time being a music elitist and searchin for traks on your stupid app.

        Honestly if you want to be a snob to mainstream dance music thats fine, but dont count on making money in the industry if you aint gunna play what people even then know that they want to hear.

        newwwwwwwwB

      • Peter Cockslide

        ^^Listen bro,

        Clearly you have misinterpereted the issue here.

        Why do I need to get middle manned when I buy my music? Thats for people like you. Ill take that six pack of bud light and a joint of medicinal marijuana any day over this app.

        Then Ill practice spinning while Im in the zone and your still wastin time being a music elitist and searchin for traks on your stupid app.

        Honestly if you want to be a snob to mainstream dance music thats fine, but dont count on making money in the industry if you aint gunna play what people even then know that they want to hear.

        newwwwwwwwB

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

      What I have understood, Cancel Monday is a small independent development company based in Bristol in the UK, specializing in creating software for the Mac and iPhone and it has nothing to do with Beatport. They just developed app to have a better way to to crawl through Beatport and sort out the tracks you’re possibly interested in buying.

      I’m not buying tracks just because they are just released and new this week, and I’ll have to be the first one to play it in my town and then it’s useless. I buy music that is GOOD, music that you can play today, next month and years after. I try to avoid most downloaded tracks if the track just isn’t a masterpiece.

      Again about the price, if you’re not afford to support indie developers’ hard work, then skip it. Don’t complain. Save the 10 bucks to buy this weeks 4 most downloaded tracks and try to do better job with the hot new tracks, because I guess you’re not doing your job well enough if you’ll have to complain about some app that costs only 10 bucks. :O I mean it’s worth of a six pack of beer. You drink it and you’re pissed off that you didn’t get another one. Evening ruined. Where as with this app, you’ll have pleasant crawling for years to come ;) Get the point?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

      What I have understood, Cancel Monday is a small independent development company based in Bristol in the UK, specializing in creating software for the Mac and iPhone and it has nothing to do with Beatport. They just developed app to have a better way to to crawl through Beatport and sort out the tracks you’re possibly interested in buying.

      I’m not buying tracks just because they are just released and new this week, and I’ll have to be the first one to play it in my town and then it’s useless. I buy music that is GOOD, music that you can play today, next month and years after. I try to avoid most downloaded tracks if the track just isn’t a masterpiece.

      Again about the price, if you’re not afford to support indie developers’ hard work, then skip it. Don’t complain. Save the 10 bucks to buy this weeks 4 most downloaded tracks and try to do better job with the hot new tracks, because I guess you’re not doing your job well enough if you’ll have to complain about some app that costs only 10 bucks. :O I mean it’s worth of a six pack of beer. You drink it and you’re pissed off that you didn’t get another one. Evening ruined. Where as with this app, you’ll have pleasant crawling for years to come ;) Get the point?

    • Joeblack949

      i agree, djdownload.com is way better than beatport anyway

  • Fluke

    haha suck it up pc users. thanks for the awesome blog!

  • music 1

    Heay Ean do u know? Native released a new carry BAG FOR Traktor S4 after you announced ur new bag brand,i think they got a little angry to you but it doesnt matter for you. both you love money =)

  • music 1

    Heay Ean do u know? Native released a new carry BAG FOR Traktor S4 after you announced ur new bag brand,i think they got a little angry to you but it doesnt matter for you. both you love money =)

  • music 1

    Heay Ean do u know? Native released a new carry BAG FOR Traktor S4 after you announced ur new bag brand,i think they got a little angry to you but it doesnt matter for you. both you love money =)

  • music 1

    Heay Ean do u know? Native released a new carry BAG FOR Traktor S4 after you announced ur new bag brand,i think they got a little angry to you but it doesnt matter for you. both you love money =)

  • Jared

    $10 to sort tracks you can’t afford at the moment, stow them away, and then come back to as they become less relevant. lol. Sounds like a great tool to keep people buying older tracks. I love it, but not for me. If anything about beatport is that bad, I just go to one of the other equal or better sources for music. Good luck to them though. Very original idea.

  • Jared

    $10 to sort tracks you can’t afford at the moment, stow them away, and then come back to as they become less relevant. lol. Sounds like a great tool to keep people buying older tracks. I love it, but not for me. If anything about beatport is that bad, I just go to one of the other equal or better sources for music. Good luck to them though. Very original idea.

  • Jared

    $10 to sort tracks you can’t afford at the moment, stow them away, and then come back to as they become less relevant. lol. Sounds like a great tool to keep people buying older tracks. I love it, but not for me. If anything about beatport is that bad, I just go to one of the other equal or better sources for music. Good luck to them though. Very original idea.

  • Jared

    $10 to sort tracks you can’t afford at the moment, stow them away, and then come back to as they become less relevant. lol. Sounds like a great tool to keep people buying older tracks. I love it, but not for me. If anything about beatport is that bad, I just go to one of the other equal or better sources for music. Good luck to them though. Very original idea.

  • Jared

    $10 to sort tracks you can’t afford at the moment, stow them away, and then come back to as they become less relevant. lol. Sounds like a great tool to keep people buying older tracks. I love it, but not for me. If anything about beatport is that bad, I just go to one of the other equal or better sources for music. Good luck to them though. Very original idea.

  • sebastiannz

    Beatler is great, saves me heaps of time by allowing me to scan through tracks really quickly. And I really like how it remembers what you’ve listened to. Great little app!

  • sebastiannz

    Beatler is great, saves me heaps of time by allowing me to scan through tracks really quickly. And I really like how it remembers what you’ve listened to. Great little app!

  • sebastiannz

    Beatler is great, saves me heaps of time by allowing me to scan through tracks really quickly. And I really like how it remembers what you’ve listened to. Great little app!

  • sebastiannz

    Beatler is great, saves me heaps of time by allowing me to scan through tracks really quickly. And I really like how it remembers what you’ve listened to. Great little app!

  • sebastiannz

    Beatler is great, saves me heaps of time by allowing me to scan through tracks really quickly. And I really like how it remembers what you’ve listened to. Great little app!

  • Jason – CancelMonday

    Another nifty feature ;)

    http://goo.gl/TvFAw

  • Jason – CancelMonday

    Another nifty feature ;)

    http://goo.gl/TvFAw

  • Jason – CancelMonday

    Another nifty feature ;)

    http://goo.gl/TvFAw

  • Jason – CancelMonday

    Another nifty feature ;)

    http://goo.gl/TvFAw

  • Jason – CancelMonday

    Another nifty feature ;)

    http://goo.gl/TvFAw

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

    I don’t quite understand people complaining about the price. 10 bucks isn’t much for something that you’ll find useful. If it is, then the app clearly isn’t for you, so stop complaining. Yeah, of course when I pay 10 bucks for this kind of app, I’m waiting for continuous development and new features in future releases.

    Anyway, I found this very useful app. Now when I’m cratediggin’ I can create as many crates as I want and sort tracks already when listening new releases. Before I had to first add tracks to cart, from there to hold bin and then again crawl through hundreds of tracks when I was going to make final decision on what to buy. Another good thing is that the app remembers what you have listened, and I can instantly see previously listened dot in the listings and can skip those without having to listen a single note from the track. This helps a lot because I crawl through about 700 new tracks per week so it’s impossible to remember which tracks I have listened or not.

    This app makes my life so much easier that I happily paid 10 bucks for it :) Thanks DJTT for pointing it out!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

    I don’t quite understand people complaining about the price. 10 bucks isn’t much for something that you’ll find useful. If it is, then the app clearly isn’t for you, so stop complaining. Yeah, of course when I pay 10 bucks for this kind of app, I’m waiting for continuous development and new features in future releases.

    Anyway, I found this very useful app. Now when I’m cratediggin’ I can create as many crates as I want and sort tracks already when listening new releases. Before I had to first add tracks to cart, from there to hold bin and then again crawl through hundreds of tracks when I was going to make final decision on what to buy. Another good thing is that the app remembers what you have listened, and I can instantly see previously listened dot in the listings and can skip those without having to listen a single note from the track. This helps a lot because I crawl through about 700 new tracks per week so it’s impossible to remember which tracks I have listened or not.

    This app makes my life so much easier that I happily paid 10 bucks for it :) Thanks DJTT for pointing it out!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

    I don’t quite understand people complaining about the price. 10 bucks isn’t much for something that you’ll find useful. If it is, then the app clearly isn’t for you, so stop complaining. Yeah, of course when I pay 10 bucks for this kind of app, I’m waiting for continuous development and new features in future releases.

    Anyway, I found this very useful app. Now when I’m cratediggin’ I can create as many crates as I want and sort tracks already when listening new releases. Before I had to first add tracks to cart, from there to hold bin and then again crawl through hundreds of tracks when I was going to make final decision on what to buy. Another good thing is that the app remembers what you have listened, and I can instantly see previously listened dot in the listings and can skip those without having to listen a single note from the track. This helps a lot because I crawl through about 700 new tracks per week so it’s impossible to remember which tracks I have listened or not.

    This app makes my life so much easier that I happily paid 10 bucks for it :) Thanks DJTT for pointing it out!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=710858546 Sami Hyytiä

    I don’t quite understand people complaining about the price. 10 bucks isn’t much for something that you’ll find useful. If it is, then the app clearly isn’t for you, so stop complaining. Yeah, of course when I pay 10 bucks for this kind of app, I’m waiting for continuous development and new features in future releases.

    Anyway, I found this very useful app. Now when I’m cratediggin’ I can create as many crates as I want and sort tracks already when listening new releases. Before I had to first add tracks to cart, from there to hold bin and then again crawl through hundreds of tracks when I was going to make final decision on what to buy. Another good thing is that the app remembers what you have listened, and I can instantly see previously listened dot in the listings and can skip those without having to listen a single note from the track. This helps a lot because I crawl through about 700 new tracks per week so it’s impossible to remember which tracks I have listened or not.

    This app makes my life so much easier that I happily paid 10 bucks for it :) Thanks DJTT for pointing it out!

    • http://www.cancelmonday.com Jason – CancelMonday

      My thoughts exactly ;)

    • Anonymous

      oops I clicked ‘Like’ twice instead of reply.

      Well I do like your criteria for continuous development, and all your other points. BUT, BIG BUT, even though $10 is peanuts, for $10 it should be compatible with Windows AS WELL. Don’t you think?

  • http://www.deejayblog.de Christian

    Cool! Thanks a lot!

  • http://www.deejayblog.de Christian

    Cool! Thanks a lot!

  • http://www.deejayblog.de Christian

    Cool! Thanks a lot!

  • Rob Pointer

    yes, this is very much needed. Definitely going to get this. $10? People cry on that price? lol. Buy 3 or 4 tracks and that’s the cost right there. I guess some people’s time isn’t worth that much….

  • Rob Pointer

    yes, this is very much needed. Definitely going to get this. $10? People cry on that price? lol. Buy 3 or 4 tracks and that’s the cost right there. I guess some people’s time isn’t worth that much….

  • Rob Pointer

    yes, this is very much needed. Definitely going to get this. $10? People cry on that price? lol. Buy 3 or 4 tracks and that’s the cost right there. I guess some people’s time isn’t worth that much….

  • Rob Pointer

    yes, this is very much needed. Definitely going to get this. $10? People cry on that price? lol. Buy 3 or 4 tracks and that’s the cost right there. I guess some people’s time isn’t worth that much….

  • Jason

    Just like to add we are working on an iPad version of beatler. In regards to checking out on beatports site. That is more of a security issue in handling secure payments and its best if beatport handles that :)

    Though it is something I agree would be nice in-app ;)

    Please file any feature/support requests here

    http://getsatisfaction.com/cancelmonday
    we would love to hear from you

    We have lots in store for beatler in the coming months.

    -j

  • Jason

    Just like to add we are working on an iPad version of beatler. In regards to checking out on beatports site. That is more of a security issue in handling secure payments and its best if beatport handles that :)

    Though it is something I agree would be nice in-app ;)

    Please file any feature/support requests here

    http://getsatisfaction.com/cancelmonday
    we would love to hear from you

    We have lots in store for beatler in the coming months.

    -j

  • Jason

    Just like to add we are working on an iPad version of beatler. In regards to checking out on beatports site. That is more of a security issue in handling secure payments and its best if beatport handles that :)

    Though it is something I agree would be nice in-app ;)

    Please file any feature/support requests here

    http://getsatisfaction.com/cancelmonday
    we would love to hear from you

    We have lots in store for beatler in the coming months.

    -j

  • Jason

    Just like to add we are working on an iPad version of beatler. In regards to checking out on beatports site. That is more of a security issue in handling secure payments and its best if beatport handles that :)

    Though it is something I agree would be nice in-app ;)

    Please file any feature/support requests here

    http://getsatisfaction.com/cancelmonday
    we would love to hear from you

    We have lots in store for beatler in the coming months.

    -j

    • popoff44

      I will buy this when iOS version is available! :)

    • popoff44

      I will buy this when iOS version is available! :)

    • popoff44

      I will buy this when iOS version is available! :)

    • popoff44

      I will buy this when iOS version is available! :)

    • popoff44

      I will buy this when iOS version is available! :)

  • Jason

    Just like to add we are working on an iPad version of beatler. In regards to checking out on beatports site. That is more of a security issue in handling secure payments and its best if beatport handles that :)

    Though it is something I agree would be nice in-app ;)

    Please file any feature/support requests here

    http://getsatisfaction.com/cancelmonday
    we would love to hear from you

    We have lots in store for beatler in the coming months.

    -j

  • http://soundcloud.com/ubiquitousleees Ubiquitous

    In late 2010, I was approached by a friend/promoter for Habitat, a San Diego local house night, to play a house set for them. I got into techno earlier in the year, but I did not spin house. I offered him a tech house set, and he agreed. I had never spun tech house before, either.

    Beatler made it really easy for me to search out tech house that I really liked, based on a lot of different search functions you just don’t get with beatport’s website. The recommendations based on the labels I was searching under and the ability to see what other people who purchased the tunes I had in my crate had purchased led me to a lot of songs I might have passed up on the website.

    The ability to create multiple crates has helped me develop a search routine that ensures I am buying exactly what I want. I am able to have crates for each genre I play, and I have a crate for tracks that I am definitely purchasing right now. I will listen through releases as I am working (or perusing) and put tunes that catch my attention into a specific genre crate, then when I’m ready to purchase, I’ll re-listen more intently and throw them into my “Purchase Now” crate. I’ve saved myself a lot of wasted money on tunes I ended up not really liking in retrospect this way.

    l feel the download feature in Beatler is better than Beatport’s desktop downloader as well. It’s much more efficient and I’ve never had an issue with a song not completely downloading like I have experienced downloading through the website and its desktop downloading program.

    I highly recommend Beatler to all of my friends, and I’ve heard nothing but good things from my friends who own the program as well. I sing its praises constantly. I mean, it helped me develop a new sound that I ended up falling in love with, and the people who come out to listen to my music appreciate greatly as well.

  • http://soundcloud.com/ubiquitousleees Ubiquitous

    In late 2010, I was approached by a friend/promoter for Habitat, a San Diego local house night, to play a house set for them. I got into techno earlier in the year, but I did not spin house. I offered him a tech house set, and he agreed. I had never spun tech house before, either.

    Beatler made it really easy for me to search out tech house that I really liked, based on a lot of different search functions you just don’t get with beatport’s website. The recommendations based on the labels I was searching under and the ability to see what other people who purchased the tunes I had in my crate had purchased led me to a lot of songs I might have passed up on the website.

    The ability to create multiple crates has helped me develop a search routine that ensures I am buying exactly what I want. I am able to have crates for each genre I play, and I have a crate for tracks that I am definitely purchasing right now. I will listen through releases as I am working (or perusing) and put tunes that catch my attention into a specific genre crate, then when I’m ready to purchase, I’ll re-listen more intently and throw them into my “Purchase Now” crate. I’ve saved myself a lot of wasted money on tunes I ended up not really liking in retrospect this way.

    l feel the download feature in Beatler is better than Beatport’s desktop downloader as well. It’s much more efficient and I’ve never had an issue with a song not completely downloading like I have experienced downloading through the website and its desktop downloading program.

    I highly recommend Beatler to all of my friends, and I’ve heard nothing but good things from my friends who own the program as well. I sing its praises constantly. I mean, it helped me develop a new sound that I ended up falling in love with, and the people who come out to listen to my music appreciate greatly as well.

  • http://soundcloud.com/ubiquitousleees Ubiquitous

    In late 2010, I was approached by a friend/promoter for Habitat, a San Diego local house night, to play a house set for them. I got into techno earlier in the year, but I did not spin house. I offered him a tech house set, and he agreed. I had never spun tech house before, either.

    Beatler made it really easy for me to search out tech house that I really liked, based on a lot of different search functions you just don’t get with beatport’s website. The recommendations based on the labels I was searching under and the ability to see what other people who purchased the tunes I had in my crate had purchased led me to a lot of songs I might have passed up on the website.

    The ability to create multiple crates has helped me develop a search routine that ensures I am buying exactly what I want. I am able to have crates for each genre I play, and I have a crate for tracks that I am definitely purchasing right now. I will listen through releases as I am working (or perusing) and put tunes that catch my attention into a specific genre crate, then when I’m ready to purchase, I’ll re-listen more intently and throw them into my “Purchase Now” crate. I’ve saved myself a lot of wasted money on tunes I ended up not really liking in retrospect this way.

    l feel the download feature in Beatler is better than Beatport’s desktop downloader as well. It’s much more efficient and I’ve never had an issue with a song not completely downloading like I have experienced downloading through the website and its desktop downloading program.

    I highly recommend Beatler to all of my friends, and I’ve heard nothing but good things from my friends who own the program as well. I sing its praises constantly. I mean, it helped me develop a new sound that I ended up falling in love with, and the people who come out to listen to my music appreciate greatly as well.

  • http://soundcloud.com/ubiquitousleees Ubiquitous

    In late 2010, I was approached by a friend/promoter for Habitat, a San Diego local house night, to play a house set for them. I got into techno earlier in the year, but I did not spin house. I offered him a tech house set, and he agreed. I had never spun tech house before, either.

    Beatler made it really easy for me to search out tech house that I really liked, based on a lot of different search functions you just don’t get with beatport’s website. The recommendations based on the labels I was searching under and the ability to see what other people who purchased the tunes I had in my crate had purchased led me to a lot of songs I might have passed up on the website.

    The ability to create multiple crates has helped me develop a search routine that ensures I am buying exactly what I want. I am able to have crates for each genre I play, and I have a crate for tracks that I am definitely purchasing right now. I will listen through releases as I am working (or perusing) and put tunes that catch my attention into a specific genre crate, then when I’m ready to purchase, I’ll re-listen more intently and throw them into my “Purchase Now” crate. I’ve saved myself a lot of wasted money on tunes I ended up not really liking in retrospect this way.

    l feel the download feature in Beatler is better than Beatport’s desktop downloader as well. It’s much more efficient and I’ve never had an issue with a song not completely downloading like I have experienced downloading through the website and its desktop downloading program.

    I highly recommend Beatler to all of my friends, and I’ve heard nothing but good things from my friends who own the program as well. I sing its praises constantly. I mean, it helped me develop a new sound that I ended up falling in love with, and the people who come out to listen to my music appreciate greatly as well.

  • http://soundcloud.com/ubiquitousleees Ubiquitous

    In late 2010, I was approached by a friend/promoter for Habitat, a San Diego local house night, to play a house set for them. I got into techno earlier in the year, but I did not spin house. I offered him a tech house set, and he agreed. I had never spun tech house before, either.

    Beatler made it really easy for me to search out tech house that I really liked, based on a lot of different search functions you just don’t get with beatport’s website. The recommendations based on the labels I was searching under and the ability to see what other people who purchased the tunes I had in my crate had purchased led me to a lot of songs I might have passed up on the website.

    The ability to create multiple crates has helped me develop a search routine that ensures I am buying exactly what I want. I am able to have crates for each genre I play, and I have a crate for tracks that I am definitely purchasing right now. I will listen through releases as I am working (or perusing) and put tunes that catch my attention into a specific genre crate, then when I’m ready to purchase, I’ll re-listen more intently and throw them into my “Purchase Now” crate. I’ve saved myself a lot of wasted money on tunes I ended up not really liking in retrospect this way.

    l feel the download feature in Beatler is better than Beatport’s desktop downloader as well. It’s much more efficient and I’ve never had an issue with a song not completely downloading like I have experienced downloading through the website and its desktop downloading program.

    I highly recommend Beatler to all of my friends, and I’ve heard nothing but good things from my friends who own the program as well. I sing its praises constantly. I mean, it helped me develop a new sound that I ended up falling in love with, and the people who come out to listen to my music appreciate greatly as well.

  • Klanteppich

    Mac only… hmm why? Only Apple user purchase electronic music?

  • Klanteppich

    Mac only… hmm why? Only Apple user purchase electronic music?

  • Klanteppich

    Mac only… hmm why? Only Apple user purchase electronic music?

  • Klanteppich

    Mac only… hmm why? Only Apple user purchase electronic music?

  • Klanteppich

    Mac only… hmm why? Only Apple user purchase electronic music?

  • http://spencerthayer.tumblr.com Spencer “Thunderball” Thayer

    Write the developer and tell them you want a Windows Version. Anyway, remember Beatport Sync? What the fuck happened to that!

  • http://spencerthayer.tumblr.com Spencer “Thunderball” Thayer

    Write the developer and tell them you want a Windows Version. Anyway, remember Beatport Sync? What the fuck happened to that!

  • http://spencerthayer.tumblr.com Spencer “Thunderball” Thayer

    Write the developer and tell them you want a Windows Version. Anyway, remember Beatport Sync? What the fuck happened to that!

  • http://spencerthayer.tumblr.com Spencer “Thunderball” Thayer

    Write the developer and tell them you want a Windows Version. Anyway, remember Beatport Sync? What the fuck happened to that!

  • http://spencerthayer.tumblr.com Spencer “Thunderball” Thayer

    Write the developer and tell them you want a Windows Version. Anyway, remember Beatport Sync? What the fuck happened to that!

  • http://felipead.net Felipe Dornelas

    The application just saved my life. I had more than 2000 of tracks in my crate. I was just stuck with so much tracks I couldn’t sort out. I’ve stopped buying at beatport for almost a year.

    With Beatler, I have now the ability to sort tracks in several crates. I can assign crates for each genre, and sort between best tracks (those I must have) and good/average tracks (those I liked, but haven’t decided if they are worth buying).

    I’ve been using Beatler since its version 1.0. I’ve seen in the past months the developer working hard to really improve the application. I’ve suggested many features that he has already implemented, or that he will implement soon.

    I’ve payed much more than $10 for the application (its initial price was ~$25, the developer lowered its price just recently). And I have no regrets on purchasing this application. It was worth every penny.

    BEATLER JUST SAVED MY LIFE.

  • http://felipead.net Felipe Dornelas

    The application just saved my life. I had more than 2000 of tracks in my crate. I was just stuck with so much tracks I couldn’t sort out. I’ve stopped buying at beatport for almost a year.

    With Beatler, I have now the ability to sort tracks in several crates. I can assign crates for each genre, and sort between best tracks (those I must have) and good/average tracks (those I liked, but haven’t decided if they are worth buying).

    I’ve been using Beatler since its version 1.0. I’ve seen in the past months the developer working hard to really improve the application. I’ve suggested many features that he has already implemented, or that he will implement soon.

    I’ve payed much more than $10 for the application (its initial price was ~$25, the developer lowered its price just recently). And I have no regrets on purchasing this application. It was worth every penny.

    BEATLER JUST SAVED MY LIFE.

    • Felipe Dornelas

      Oh, and you can make backups of your crates too! And even share them in the Internet for others see your tracks.

      The application is AWESOME, and its getting better everyday.

    • Felipe Dornelas

      Oh, and you can make backups of your crates too! And even share them in the Internet for others see your tracks.

      The application is AWESOME, and its getting better everyday.

    • Felipe Dornelas

      Oh, and you can make backups of your crates too! And even share them in the Internet for others see your tracks.

      The application is AWESOME, and its getting better everyday.

    • Felipe Dornelas

      Oh, and you can make backups of your crates too! And even share them in the Internet for others see your tracks.

      The application is AWESOME, and its getting better everyday.

    • Felipe Dornelas

      Oh, and you can make backups of your crates too! And even share them in the Internet for others see your tracks.

      The application is AWESOME, and its getting better everyday.

  • http://felipead.net Felipe Dornelas

    The application just saved my life. I had more than 2000 of tracks in my crate. I was just stuck with so much tracks I couldn’t sort out. I’ve stopped buying at beatport for almost a year.

    With Beatler, I have now the ability to sort tracks in several crates. I can assign crates for each genre, and sort between best tracks (those I must have) and good/average tracks (those I liked, but haven’t decided if they are worth buying).

    I’ve been using Beatler since its version 1.0. I’ve seen in the past months the developer working hard to really improve the application. I’ve suggested many features that he has already implemented, or that he will implement soon.

    I’ve payed much more than $10 for the application (its initial price was ~$25, the developer lowered its price just recently). And I have no regrets on purchasing this application. It was worth every penny.

    BEATLER JUST SAVED MY LIFE.

  • http://felipead.net Felipe Dornelas

    The application just saved my life. I had more than 2000 of tracks in my crate. I was just stuck with so much tracks I couldn’t sort out. I’ve stopped buying at beatport for almost a year.

    With Beatler, I have now the ability to sort tracks in several crates. I can assign crates for each genre, and sort between best tracks (those I must have) and good/average tracks (those I liked, but haven’t decided if they are worth buying).

    I’ve been using Beatler since its version 1.0. I’ve seen in the past months the developer working hard to really improve the application. I’ve suggested many features that he has already implemented, or that he will implement soon.

    I’ve payed much more than $10 for the application (its initial price was ~$25, the developer lowered its price just recently). And I have no regrets on purchasing this application. It was worth every penny.

    BEATLER JUST SAVED MY LIFE.

  • http://felipead.net Felipe Dornelas

    The application just saved my life. I had more than 2000 of tracks in my crate. I was just stuck with so much tracks I couldn’t sort out. I’ve stopped buying at beatport for almost a year.

    With Beatler, I have now the ability to sort tracks in several crates. I can assign crates for each genre, and sort between best tracks (those I must have) and good/average tracks (those I liked, but haven’t decided if they are worth buying).

    I’ve been using Beatler since its version 1.0. I’ve seen in the past months the developer working hard to really improve the application. I’ve suggested many features that he has already implemented, or that he will implement soon.

    I’ve payed much more than $10 for the application (its initial price was ~$25, the developer lowered its price just recently). And I have no regrets on purchasing this application. It was worth every penny.

    BEATLER JUST SAVED MY LIFE.

  • Aziz

    10.00 will turn people away! You want our money or what? we have to pay because your site sucks! Beatport is good but your not the only fish in the pond.

  • Aziz

    10.00 will turn people away! You want our money or what? we have to pay because your site sucks! Beatport is good but your not the only fish in the pond.

  • Aziz

    10.00 will turn people away! You want our money or what? we have to pay because your site sucks! Beatport is good but your not the only fish in the pond.

  • Aziz

    10.00 will turn people away! You want our money or what? we have to pay because your site sucks! Beatport is good but your not the only fish in the pond.

    • Doug McSnider

      Yeah WTF Beatport? You seriously think Im gunna pay $10 so I can pay more to download you music?

      Your site fukin sux but dont expect me to pick up the tab. I honestly could care less.

      Would you pay $10 for the itunes store?

      yah …no

    • Doug McSnider

      Yeah WTF Beatport? You seriously think Im gunna pay $10 so I can pay more to download you music?

      Your site fukin sux but dont expect me to pick up the tab. I honestly could care less.

      Would you pay $10 for the itunes store?

      yah …no

    • Doug McSnider

      Yeah WTF Beatport? You seriously think Im gunna pay $10 so I can pay more to download you music?

      Your site fukin sux but dont expect me to pick up the tab. I honestly could care less.

      Would you pay $10 for the itunes store?

      yah …no

    • Doug McSnider

      Yeah WTF Beatport? You seriously think Im gunna pay $10 so I can pay more to download you music?

      Your site fukin sux but dont expect me to pick up the tab. I honestly could care less.

      Would you pay $10 for the itunes store?

      yah …no

    • Wonotch

      wow, did you guys even read the article?

      this app was developed by an independent studio that has no ties to beatport. i doubt they are receiving any support or funding from beatport at all.

  • http://twitter.com/djgeekdout DJG??KD?UT

    OMG YES! i have always absolutely hated the flash implementation, im in heaven!

    good lookin sonnnnnnnnn!!!!!!!!

  • http://twitter.com/djgeekdout DJG??KD?UT

    OMG YES! i have always absolutely hated the flash implementation, im in heaven!

    good lookin sonnnnnnnnn!!!!!!!!

  • http://twitter.com/djgeekdout DJG??KD?UT

    OMG YES! i have always absolutely hated the flash implementation, im in heaven!

    good lookin sonnnnnnnnn!!!!!!!!

  • http://twitter.com/djgeekdout DJG??KD?UT

    OMG YES! i have always absolutely hated the flash implementation, im in heaven!

    good lookin sonnnnnnnnn!!!!!!!!

  • http://twitter.com/djgeekdout DJG??KD?UT

    OMG YES! i have always absolutely hated the flash implementation, im in heaven!

    good lookin sonnnnnnnnn!!!!!!!!

  • 4321djgear

    How about Beatport fixes/updates their website to work better. I have problems with back-tracking my steps in beatport, so I have to reload my genre after every album view. Why doesn’t beatport allow you to have several crates to store songs as well? I don’t know, after paying $2.50/ song they should get their act together. Forget spending $10 to use free beatport.

  • 4321djgear

    How about Beatport fixes/updates their website to work better. I have problems with back-tracking my steps in beatport, so I have to reload my genre after every album view. Why doesn’t beatport allow you to have several crates to store songs as well? I don’t know, after paying $2.50/ song they should get their act together. Forget spending $10 to use free beatport.

  • 4321djgear

    How about Beatport fixes/updates their website to work better. I have problems with back-tracking my steps in beatport, so I have to reload my genre after every album view. Why doesn’t beatport allow you to have several crates to store songs as well? I don’t know, after paying $2.50/ song they should get their act together. Forget spending $10 to use free beatport.

  • 4321djgear

    How about Beatport fixes/updates their website to work better. I have problems with back-tracking my steps in beatport, so I have to reload my genre after every album view. Why doesn’t beatport allow you to have several crates to store songs as well? I don’t know, after paying $2.50/ song they should get their act together. Forget spending $10 to use free beatport.

  • 4321djgear

    How about Beatport fixes/updates their website to work better. I have problems with back-tracking my steps in beatport, so I have to reload my genre after every album view. Why doesn’t beatport allow you to have several crates to store songs as well? I don’t know, after paying $2.50/ song they should get their act together. Forget spending $10 to use free beatport.

  • http://www.facebook.com/darakelyan Dave Ruff

    worthless for $10

  • http://www.facebook.com/darakelyan Dave Ruff

    worthless for $10

  • http://www.facebook.com/darakelyan Dave Ruff

    worthless for $10

  • http://www.facebook.com/darakelyan Dave Ruff

    worthless for $10

  • http://www.facebook.com/darakelyan Dave Ruff

    worthless for $10

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000531686375 Futureglue Musik

    Get me an app that bypasses Beatport & sends the cash directly to the artist. $10 for an ‘interface’ app is a bit much IMHO

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000531686375 Futureglue Musik

    Get me an app that bypasses Beatport & sends the cash directly to the artist. $10 for an ‘interface’ app is a bit much IMHO

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000531686375 Futureglue Musik

    Get me an app that bypasses Beatport & sends the cash directly to the artist. $10 for an ‘interface’ app is a bit much IMHO

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000531686375 Futureglue Musik

    Get me an app that bypasses Beatport & sends the cash directly to the artist. $10 for an ‘interface’ app is a bit much IMHO

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000531686375 Futureglue Musik

    Get me an app that bypasses Beatport & sends the cash directly to the artist. $10 for an ‘interface’ app is a bit much IMHO

  • Stefan v

    tracks seems to load a little faster Beatport, only a fraction, but it makes a difference when skipping through tonnes of tunes

  • Stefan v

    tracks seems to load a little faster Beatport, only a fraction, but it makes a difference when skipping through tonnes of tunes

  • Stefan v

    tracks seems to load a little faster Beatport, only a fraction, but it makes a difference when skipping through tonnes of tunes

  • Stefan v

    tracks seems to load a little faster Beatport, only a fraction, but it makes a difference when skipping through tonnes of tunes

  • Stefan v

    tracks seems to load a little faster Beatport, only a fraction, but it makes a difference when skipping through tonnes of tunes

  • D@VE!

    Great App. !

  • D@VE!

    Great App. !

  • D@VE!

    Great App. !

  • D@VE!

    Great App. !

  • D@VE!

    Great App. !

  • bad man

    £9.99? Er yeah what ever!

  • bad man

    £9.99? Er yeah what ever!

  • bad man

    £9.99? Er yeah what ever!

  • bad man

    £9.99? Er yeah what ever!

  • bad man

    £9.99? Er yeah what ever!

  • The_flyer_no1

    i hate mac only…wtf is the problem with windows or linux?oh yeah,the mac app store..
    this kind of stuff is the same shit as racism…

  • The_flyer_no1

    i hate mac only…wtf is the problem with windows or linux?oh yeah,the mac app store..
    this kind of stuff is the same shit as racism…

  • The_flyer_no1

    i hate mac only…wtf is the problem with windows or linux?oh yeah,the mac app store..
    this kind of stuff is the same shit as racism…

    • http://www.facebook.com/josh.kennedy2 Josh Kennedy

      its nothing of the sort

    • http://www.facebook.com/josh.kennedy2 Josh Kennedy

      its nothing of the sort

    • http://www.facebook.com/josh.kennedy2 Josh Kennedy

      its nothing of the sort

    • http://www.facebook.com/josh.kennedy2 Josh Kennedy

      its nothing of the sort

    • http://www.facebook.com/josh.kennedy2 Josh Kennedy

      its nothing of the sort

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MUOA7FHRO6Y5FOMU24GOFNEFLA Andrew

      You trying programming something cross-platform and see how that turns out; without LOADS more time and effort it’s bloody difficult to get something that works well on all platforms

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MUOA7FHRO6Y5FOMU24GOFNEFLA Andrew

      You trying programming something cross-platform and see how that turns out; without LOADS more time and effort it’s bloody difficult to get something that works well on all platforms

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MUOA7FHRO6Y5FOMU24GOFNEFLA Andrew

      You trying programming something cross-platform and see how that turns out; without LOADS more time and effort it’s bloody difficult to get something that works well on all platforms

      • The_flyer_no1

        I`m damn sure its not that hard after all :)…come on,this app could be made for windows in 1 day or less.
        The company that owns this product are total idiots,they don`t know how to make money.
        Come on….why does Ableton live,Traktor and other stuff we use are bought?ah because its mac/windows
        Microsoft and Apple are 2 little buddies that scratches their back,they don`t like the open source stuff! why? because a lot of peoples buys their products without thinking…why O.S something that you can sell :)

        • Anonymous

          Windows version in a Day?? really.. cause last time I checked many if not most of the back end architecture, API’s, Libraries, or dependencies that beatler uses do not even EXIST for windows, trust me I have been asking about it for a year. So for them to do a windows version (from what I understand) they would need to hire a outside development team to port all that over to windows unless someone out there is cool enough to donate time to do it. So this could NEVER be done in a day as you say. Rupert and Jason have dedicated 2 years of their time to this application. No body paid them to do it. Jason happens to be a good friend of mine and has kept me informed since he started working on this app. I just as much as the next guy want a windows version -i’m a windows user. But I know that in order for that to happen they have to spend a lot of money to do that and with people complaining about $10 for all their hard work on it I don’t see that happening anytime soon. Remember this is just two guys and this all comes out of their pockets.

        • Anonymous

          Windows version in a Day?? really.. cause last time I checked many if not most of the back end architecture, API’s, Libraries, or dependencies that beatler uses do not even EXIST for windows, trust me I have been asking about it for a year. So for them to do a windows version (from what I understand) they would need to hire a outside development team to port all that over to windows unless someone out there is cool enough to donate time to do it. So this could NEVER be done in a day as you say. Rupert and Jason have dedicated 2 years of their time to this application. No body paid them to do it. Jason happens to be a good friend of mine and has kept me informed since he started working on this app. I just as much as the next guy want a windows version -i’m a windows user. But I know that in order for that to happen they have to spend a lot of money to do that and with people complaining about $10 for all their hard work on it I don’t see that happening anytime soon. Remember this is just two guys and this all comes out of their pockets.

        • Anonymous

          Windows version in a Day?? really.. cause last time I checked many if not most of the back end architecture, API’s, Libraries, or dependencies that beatler uses do not even EXIST for windows, trust me I have been asking about it for a year. So for them to do a windows version (from what I understand) they would need to hire a outside development team to port all that over to windows unless someone out there is cool enough to donate time to do it. So this could NEVER be done in a day as you say. Rupert and Jason have dedicated 2 years of their time to this application. No body paid them to do it. Jason happens to be a good friend of mine and has kept me informed since he started working on this app. I just as much as the next guy want a windows version -i’m a windows user. But I know that in order for that to happen they have to spend a lot of money to do that and with people complaining about $10 for all their hard work on it I don’t see that happening anytime soon. Remember this is just two guys and this all comes out of their pockets.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MUOA7FHRO6Y5FOMU24GOFNEFLA Andrew

      You trying programming something cross-platform and see how that turns out; without LOADS more time and effort it’s bloody difficult to get something that works well on all platforms

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_MUOA7FHRO6Y5FOMU24GOFNEFLA Andrew

      You trying programming something cross-platform and see how that turns out; without LOADS more time and effort it’s bloody difficult to get something that works well on all platforms

    • Khaiyin

      your ignorance to cross-platform programming is more akin to racism

      • The_flyer_no1

        Since you want 10$ for something that could be sold for mac/windows i don`t see why you shouldn’t put more work in it and get you bank account bigger

    • Khaiyin

      your ignorance to cross-platform programming is more akin to racism

    • Khaiyin

      your ignorance to cross-platform programming is more akin to racism

    • Khaiyin

      your ignorance to cross-platform programming is more akin to racism

    • Khaiyin

      your ignorance to cross-platform programming is more akin to racism

    • proben

      Exactly like racism. Soon we’ll be kidnapping Linux users for the slave trade!! And putting Windows users into death camps!! Cupertino Uber Alles!!

    • proben

      Exactly like racism. Soon we’ll be kidnapping Linux users for the slave trade!! And putting Windows users into death camps!! Cupertino Uber Alles!!

    • proben

      Exactly like racism. Soon we’ll be kidnapping Linux users for the slave trade!! And putting Windows users into death camps!! Cupertino Uber Alles!!

    • proben

      Exactly like racism. Soon we’ll be kidnapping Linux users for the slave trade!! And putting Windows users into death camps!! Cupertino Uber Alles!!

    • proben

      Exactly like racism. Soon we’ll be kidnapping Linux users for the slave trade!! And putting Windows users into death camps!! Cupertino Uber Alles!!

    • write2kc

      Clearly you know nothing about racism.

      • The_flyer_no1

        Racism is about being discriminated too…btw i said like racism,not that is racism..
        Most of the best applications/software’s are only for mac nowadays,for example Logic,so people who do not own a mac are discriminated :)
        But all big companies gets there asses out with their license therms stuff…so we people are forced to agree with them, or take our bags and go.

        • DJ Arctic

          Logic is owned by Apple, so of course their gonna be developing it ONLY for mac. Also, plenty of stuff better than Logic, Ableton, FL Studio, Reason, and Cubase come to mind, are available on both platforms. So quit yer whining!

      • The_flyer_no1

        Racism is about being discriminated too…btw i said like racism,not that is racism..
        Most of the best applications/software’s are only for mac nowadays,for example Logic,so people who do not own a mac are discriminated :)
        But all big companies gets there asses out with their license therms stuff…so we people are forced to agree with them, or take our bags and go.

    • write2kc

      Clearly you know nothing about racism.

    • write2kc

      Clearly you know nothing about racism.

    • write2kc

      Clearly you know nothing about racism.

    • Daddy Mac

      or poorism

    • Daddy Mac

      or poorism

    • http://profiles.google.com/justin.woo Justin Woo

      Actually, it’s not at ALL the same as racism…

    • http://profiles.google.com/justin.woo Justin Woo

      Actually, it’s not at ALL the same as racism…

    • Inventer (dj.ru)

      the problem with windows and linux are simple:
      Linux is complicated to set up and use.
      Windows is CRAP (i hope there is no need to explain why)

      so man.. be realistic, buy yourself a mac and be happy!

      such posts usually goes from lazy loosers, who sit home and cry instead of working harder, to afford a mac (damn its not expensive, for example where i live(in Moscow) macs cost twice than US). hope You’re not one of them.

      Br.

    • Inventer (dj.ru)

      the problem with windows and linux are simple:
      Linux is complicated to set up and use.
      Windows is CRAP (i hope there is no need to explain why)

      so man.. be realistic, buy yourself a mac and be happy!

      such posts usually goes from lazy loosers, who sit home and cry instead of working harder, to afford a mac (damn its not expensive, for example where i live(in Moscow) macs cost twice than US). hope You’re not one of them.

      Br.

      • Joeblack949

        used macbooks can be had for 450 and they’re more than capable machines :D i think buying used macs is a better deal than buying new pcs. macs are built for life, my old ibook is still in my closet, i used it from 2003-2010 and it was a grea machine that refused to die ever. :D thats typically what happens when a company builds a quality laptop out of quality components rather than buying everything made of crap fro china and throwing it in an ugly box with a shitty aass trackpad and display technology 20 years behind apple
        (aka pc laptop)

    • Inventer (dj.ru)

      the problem with windows and linux are simple:
      Linux is complicated to set up and use.
      Windows is CRAP (i hope there is no need to explain why)

      so man.. be realistic, buy yourself a mac and be happy!

      such posts usually goes from lazy loosers, who sit home and cry instead of working harder, to afford a mac (damn its not expensive, for example where i live(in Moscow) macs cost twice than US). hope You’re not one of them.

      Br.

    • Joeblack949

      as a developer, why dont you go write an app in all 3 environments and telll me which one is the most pleasent to develop in. there are so many mac only apps for a reason, its because porting them would nearly be impossible, dont hate mac because its a better development environment, they spent alot of money and time to give it to us for free and its the most pleasent thing to work with ever. It’s also an industry supported operating system vs linux, linux is close but it still has to prove itself which i think it will with the popularity of netbooks and such. microsoft and the linux community jus have alot of catching up to do in the developer love environment.

    • Thelonious Manc

      Shut up and go play with fruity loops. (a windows-only “racist” program.)

  • The_flyer_no1

    i hate mac only…wtf is the problem with windows or linux?oh yeah,the mac app store..
    this kind of stuff is the same shit as racism…

  • The_flyer_no1

    i hate mac only…wtf is the problem with windows or linux?oh yeah,the mac app store..
    this kind of stuff is the same shit as racism…

  • Wickedsight

    Been using the demo for a few days now, the only deal breaker for me is that it doesn’t filter out tracks that are not available in my country. If I do a search it just shows every single result, and I have to spend a minute finding an available one. Doesn’t sound too bad, but it’s very inefficient…

  • Wickedsight

    Been using the demo for a few days now, the only deal breaker for me is that it doesn’t filter out tracks that are not available in my country. If I do a search it just shows every single result, and I have to spend a minute finding an available one. Doesn’t sound too bad, but it’s very inefficient…

  • Wickedsight

    Been using the demo for a few days now, the only deal breaker for me is that it doesn’t filter out tracks that are not available in my country. If I do a search it just shows every single result, and I have to spend a minute finding an available one. Doesn’t sound too bad, but it’s very inefficient…

  • Wickedsight

    Been using the demo for a few days now, the only deal breaker for me is that it doesn’t filter out tracks that are not available in my country. If I do a search it just shows every single result, and I have to spend a minute finding an available one. Doesn’t sound too bad, but it’s very inefficient…

    • Jason – CancelMonday

      Working on this for 1.6

    • Jason – CancelMonday

      Working on this for 1.6

    • Jason – CancelMonday

      Working on this for 1.6

    • Jason – CancelMonday

      Working on this for 1.6

    • Jason – CancelMonday

      Working on this for 1.6

  • Wickedsight

    Been using the demo for a few days now, the only deal breaker for me is that it doesn’t filter out tracks that are not available in my country. If I do a search it just shows every single result, and I have to spend a minute finding an available one. Doesn’t sound too bad, but it’s very inefficient…

  • JHP

    Just tried it out and it is very good. Worth the $9.99 in my opinion. Just needs iTunes integration and the ability to purchase tracks within the program

  • JHP

    Just tried it out and it is very good. Worth the $9.99 in my opinion. Just needs iTunes integration and the ability to purchase tracks within the program

  • JHP

    Just tried it out and it is very good. Worth the $9.99 in my opinion. Just needs iTunes integration and the ability to purchase tracks within the program

  • JHP

    Just tried it out and it is very good. Worth the $9.99 in my opinion. Just needs iTunes integration and the ability to purchase tracks within the program

  • JHP

    Just tried it out and it is very good. Worth the $9.99 in my opinion. Just needs iTunes integration and the ability to purchase tracks within the program

  • groovenuts

    Ok one major question, all my (previously) purchased tracks are WAV can I download missing artwork and ‘check consistancy for them’??!! say yes and im all over that shit!

  • groovenuts

    Ok one major question, all my (previously) purchased tracks are WAV can I download missing artwork and ‘check consistancy for them’??!! say yes and im all over that shit!

  • groovenuts

    Ok one major question, all my (previously) purchased tracks are WAV can I download missing artwork and ‘check consistancy for them’??!! say yes and im all over that shit!

    • DjKupus

      try beattagger

    • DjKupus

      try beattagger

  • groovenuts

    Ok one major question, all my (previously) purchased tracks are WAV can I download missing artwork and ‘check consistancy for them’??!! say yes and im all over that shit!

  • groovenuts

    Ok one major question, all my (previously) purchased tracks are WAV can I download missing artwork and ‘check consistancy for them’??!! say yes and im all over that shit!

  • bump

    Be good if you could browse Beatport and then just pay the artist directly for the tune…

  • bump

    Be good if you could browse Beatport and then just pay the artist directly for the tune…

  • bump

    Be good if you could browse Beatport and then just pay the artist directly for the tune…

  • bump

    Be good if you could browse Beatport and then just pay the artist directly for the tune…

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Federico-Rammelt/100001633309640 Federico Rammelt

      but beatport provides the platform, infrastructure and software that enables the artist to sell the product to a broad audience. thats a pricey thing to do and surely worth paying for.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Federico-Rammelt/100001633309640 Federico Rammelt

      but beatport provides the platform, infrastructure and software that enables the artist to sell the product to a broad audience. thats a pricey thing to do and surely worth paying for.

    • http://de-de.facebook.com/pfister.techno Pfister

      Search for the artists personal webpage, or label page and see if you can buy direct.

    • http://de-de.facebook.com/pfister.techno Pfister

      Search for the artists personal webpage, or label page and see if you can buy direct.

    • http://de-de.facebook.com/pfister.techno Pfister

      Search for the artists personal webpage, or label page and see if you can buy direct.

    • http://de-de.facebook.com/pfister.techno Pfister

      Search for the artists personal webpage, or label page and see if you can buy direct.

    • http://de-de.facebook.com/pfister.techno Pfister

      Search for the artists personal webpage, or label page and see if you can buy direct.

  • bump

    Be good if you could browse Beatport and then just pay the artist directly for the tune…

  • http://profiles.google.com/dudeonthecouch11 John Dorman

    Just picked it up didn’t even know this existed thanks for pointing this out hopefully it helps with the digging thanks a lot.

  • http://profiles.google.com/dudeonthecouch11 John Dorman

    Just picked it up didn’t even know this existed thanks for pointing this out hopefully it helps with the digging thanks a lot.

  • http://profiles.google.com/dudeonthecouch11 John Dorman

    Just picked it up didn’t even know this existed thanks for pointing this out hopefully it helps with the digging thanks a lot.

  • http://profiles.google.com/dudeonthecouch11 John Dorman

    Just picked it up didn’t even know this existed thanks for pointing this out hopefully it helps with the digging thanks a lot.

  • http://profiles.google.com/dudeonthecouch11 John Dorman

    Just picked it up didn’t even know this existed thanks for pointing this out hopefully it helps with the digging thanks a lot.

  • Samms

    no windows suport??? this sucks!!

  • Samms

    no windows suport??? this sucks!!

  • Samms

    no windows suport??? this sucks!!

  • Samms

    no windows suport??? this sucks!!

  • Samms

    no windows suport??? this sucks!!

    • John Matrix

      Windows sucks, lmao

      • Pazzoballando

        if i had 2k to drop on music equipment it’d be on technics not on a laptop

      • Andeh89

        Way to be 12 years old ;)
        Allow me to join in: hurrr Macs have an $1500 gullible-idiot tax on them

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/PaulHolland-DoubleDutchdj/100001027166218 PaulHolland DoubleDutchdj

          Yeah and PC have gullible-idiot specs on them, my mac book runs rings round any equivalent powered pc. It’s like comparing 300BHP Ford to 300BHP Ferrari, they might have the same power but which one do you think is made out of better parts and will cross the finish line first.

          Funny how the only negative words you hear about mac are from non apple users. Where as every mac owner once came from PC and have had proper experience on both platforms, once you go mac you never go back, simple.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/PaulHolland-DoubleDutchdj/100001027166218 PaulHolland DoubleDutchdj

          Yeah and PC have gullible-idiot specs on them, my mac book runs rings round any equivalent powered pc. It’s like comparing 300BHP Ford to 300BHP Ferrari, they might have the same power but which one do you think is made out of better parts and will cross the finish line first.

          Funny how the only negative words you hear about mac are from non apple users. Where as every mac owner once came from PC and have had proper experience on both platforms, once you go mac you never go back, simple.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/PaulHolland-DoubleDutchdj/100001027166218 PaulHolland DoubleDutchdj

          Yeah and PC have gullible-idiot specs on them, my mac book runs rings round any equivalent powered pc. It’s like comparing 300BHP Ford to 300BHP Ferrari, they might have the same power but which one do you think is made out of better parts and will cross the finish line first.

          Funny how the only negative words you hear about mac are from non apple users. Where as every mac owner once came from PC and have had proper experience on both platforms, once you go mac you never go back, simple.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/PaulHolland-DoubleDutchdj/100001027166218 PaulHolland DoubleDutchdj

          Yeah and PC have gullible-idiot specs on them, my mac book runs rings round any equivalent powered pc. It’s like comparing 300BHP Ford to 300BHP Ferrari, they might have the same power but which one do you think is made out of better parts and will cross the finish line first.

          Funny how the only negative words you hear about mac are from non apple users. Where as every mac owner once came from PC and have had proper experience on both platforms, once you go mac you never go back, simple.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/PaulHolland-DoubleDutchdj/100001027166218 PaulHolland DoubleDutchdj

          Yeah and PC have gullible-idiot specs on them, my mac book runs rings round any equivalent powered pc. It’s like comparing 300BHP Ford to 300BHP Ferrari, they might have the same power but which one do you think is made out of better parts and will cross the finish line first.

          Funny how the only negative words you hear about mac are from non apple users. Where as every mac owner once came from PC and have had proper experience on both platforms, once you go mac you never go back, simple.

          • Andeh89

            Spoken like a true clueless Mac-zealot. I’m not going to turn this into a 40 comment flame-war but: Any person with half a brain can build a PC for $1500 that would eat the Mac which costs $3500 alive. And you just proved my point by comparing a Ford (costs 25 grand for a Mustang for example) to a Ferrari (costs millions of dollars), overpriced as all hell. I can’t fathom what you clowns think Apple put in their computers to somehow make them magic unbreakable fairy-parts like a Ferrari, but it’s the same stuff that goes in any computer that isn’t mass-produced retail crap. I’ll take my custom built super-PC that performs like a Ferrari and costs more like a Ford. Oh, and you can put Mac OS X on there if you wanted to (not that I would). I’ve used both extensively (Mac for iPhone development and uni work), played around with other Linux distros, and still prefer Windows above all, so your theory is rubbish. It’s your sort of un-informed blind worship of their products that sees Apple’s profits soaring and their intense brainwashing and guerilla marketing increasing.

          • Andeh89

            Spoken like a true clueless Mac-zealot. I’m not going to turn this into a 40 comment flame-war but: Any person with half a brain can build a PC for $1500 that would eat the Mac which costs $3500 alive. And you just proved my point by comparing a Ford (costs 25 grand for a Mustang for example) to a Ferrari (costs millions of dollars), overpriced as all hell. I can’t fathom what you clowns think Apple put in their computers to somehow make them magic unbreakable fairy-parts like a Ferrari, but it’s the same stuff that goes in any computer that isn’t mass-produced retail crap. I’ll take my custom built super-PC that performs like a Ferrari and costs more like a Ford. Oh, and you can put Mac OS X on there if you wanted to (not that I would). I’ve used both extensively (Mac for iPhone development and uni work), played around with other Linux distros, and still prefer Windows above all, so your theory is rubbish. It’s your sort of un-informed blind worship of their products that sees Apple’s profits soaring and their intense brainwashing and guerilla marketing increasing.

          • Andeh89

            Spoken like a true clueless Mac-zealot. I’m not going to turn this into a 40 comment flame-war but: Any person with half a brain can build a PC for $1500 that would eat the Mac which costs $3500 alive. And you just proved my point by comparing a Ford (costs 25 grand for a Mustang for example) to a Ferrari (costs millions of dollars), overpriced as all hell. I can’t fathom what you clowns think Apple put in their computers to somehow make them magic unbreakable fairy-parts like a Ferrari, but it’s the same stuff that goes in any computer that isn’t mass-produced retail crap. I’ll take my custom built super-PC that performs like a Ferrari and costs more like a Ford. Oh, and you can put Mac OS X on there if you wanted to (not that I would). I’ve used both extensively (Mac for iPhone development and uni work), played around with other Linux distros, and still prefer Windows above all, so your theory is rubbish. It’s your sort of un-informed blind worship of their products that sees Apple’s profits soaring and their intense brainwashing and guerilla marketing increasing.

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/PaulHolland-DoubleDutchdj/100001027166218 PaulHolland DoubleDutchdj

            Ha spoke like a true PC head, any chane you use your PC for gaming too? ok I may of been a bit arrogant but your answer is just as bad.
            Well it’s fair enough if your an out an out computer “geek” who can make such a beast. I’m a dj not a computer technician, I don’t wanna have to buy something and then have to fine tune it to work perfectly. Just like you I can only speak from experience from my previous decades of PC ownership to my last 3 years of mac, it’s nothing to do with being brain washed by Lord Darth Jobs, tho the force is strong with Steve.
            It’s hard to argue against how Apple have made things simple for people who are not computer “nerds”, I’m sure your tired of the phrase “it just works” as I’m sure your PC work’s, after you’ve built it and streamlined all the shit out so it runs smoothly. But for folks who are not “geeks” who can’t be arsed with all the faffing around, Mac’s are a welcome option. I’d love to know how many times the average PC owner has to get his OS disc out compared to a Mac user zero times, I’m awful with my laptop, It’s been heavily abused in the 3 years I’ve had it and i’ve never ever had one problem. To achieve the same on a PC you need to treat it like a Fabergé egg.

            Subaru Impreza for PC vs Bugatti Veyron for Mac would of been a better analogy.

          • Andeh89

            Much more level-headed reply, so I’ll do you the courtesy of a less hostile rebuttal myself. Yes I game occasionally on the PC (not sure why that matters), and Valve is taking great lengths to bridge that gap with Mac users. I’m not denying Mac has cornered the market of people not interested in heavy geek-ery and “hassle-free” computing (in fact the only thing I give them full respect for is building such a stable and seamless Linux-based OS, if you’ve ever spent even a minute in a lesser Linux distro it’s anything but stable or seamless). But I don’t know why Mac users have this stigma attached to regular PC use, just an ounce of common sense and a 30-second Google if you ever have trouble (don’t deny you’ve ever had to do that on a Mac either) will keep a PC running like new. You don’t need a Computer Science degree to operate a PC properly, just a fully functioning brain. Not to mention Apple products are TOO tightly controlled (ironic the same company who claimed they were the people’s saviour against repressive Microsoft now tries to make the whole world live under Lord Darth Jobs’ iron grip), I shouldn’t HAVE to employ hacks to get full functionality out of a phone I’ve paid big money for and belongs to me.
            It’s late and I’m supposed to be writing an essay on Artificial Intelligence, not Mac vs. PC, so I should leave it at this: to each his own I guess. If Apple fans want to pay ridiculously high prices to save themselves from the occasional minor hassle, that’s their choice. We all gotta do how we see fit.

          • Andeh89

            Much more level-headed reply, so I’ll do you the courtesy of a less hostile rebuttal myself. Yes I game occasionally on the PC (not sure why that matters), and Valve is taking great lengths to bridge that gap with Mac users. I’m not denying Mac has cornered the market of people not interested in heavy geek-ery and “hassle-free” computing (in fact the only thing I give them full respect for is building such a stable and seamless Linux-based OS, if you’ve ever spent even a minute in a lesser Linux distro it’s anything but stable or seamless). But I don’t know why Mac users have this stigma attached to regular PC use, just an ounce of common sense and a 30-second Google if you ever have trouble (don’t deny you’ve ever had to do that on a Mac either) will keep a PC running like new. You don’t need a Computer Science degree to operate a PC properly, just a fully functioning brain. Not to mention Apple products are TOO tightly controlled (ironic the same company who claimed they were the people’s saviour against repressive Microsoft now tries to make the whole world live under Lord Darth Jobs’ iron grip), I shouldn’t HAVE to employ hacks to get full functionality out of a phone I’ve paid big money for and belongs to me.
            It’s late and I’m supposed to be writing an essay on Artificial Intelligence, not Mac vs. PC, so I should leave it at this: to each his own I guess. If Apple fans want to pay ridiculously high prices to save themselves from the occasional minor hassle, that’s their choice. We all gotta do how we see fit.

          • Andeh89

            Much more level-headed reply, so I’ll do you the courtesy of a less hostile rebuttal myself. Yes I game occasionally on the PC (not sure why that matters), and Valve is taking great lengths to bridge that gap with Mac users. I’m not denying Mac has cornered the market of people not interested in heavy geek-ery and “hassle-free” computing (in fact the only thing I give them full respect for is building such a stable and seamless Linux-based OS, if you’ve ever spent even a minute in a lesser Linux distro it’s anything but stable or seamless). But I don’t know why Mac users have this stigma attached to regular PC use, just an ounce of common sense and a 30-second Google if you ever have trouble (don’t deny you’ve ever had to do that on a Mac either) will keep a PC running like new. You don’t need a Computer Science degree to operate a PC properly, just a fully functioning brain. Not to mention Apple products are TOO tightly controlled (ironic the same company who claimed they were the people’s saviour against repressive Microsoft now tries to make the whole world live under Lord Darth Jobs’ iron grip), I shouldn’t HAVE to employ hacks to get full functionality out of a phone I’ve paid big money for and belongs to me.
            It’s late and I’m supposed to be writing an essay on Artificial Intelligence, not Mac vs. PC, so I should leave it at this: to each his own I guess. If Apple fans want to pay ridiculously high prices to save themselves from the occasional minor hassle, that’s their choice. We all gotta do how we see fit.

          • Andeh89

            Much more level-headed reply, so I’ll do you the courtesy of a less hostile rebuttal myself. Yes I game occasionally on the PC (not sure why that matters), and Valve is taking great lengths to bridge that gap with Mac users. I’m not denying Mac has cornered the market of people not interested in heavy geek-ery and “hassle-free” computing (in fact the only thing I give them full respect for is building such a stable and seamless Linux-based OS, if you’ve ever spent even a minute in a lesser Linux distro it’s anything but stable or seamless). But I don’t know why Mac users have this stigma attached to regular PC use, just an ounce of common sense and a 30-second Google if you ever have trouble (don’t deny you’ve ever had to do that on a Mac either) will keep a PC running like new. You don’t need a Computer Science degree to operate a PC properly, just a fully functioning brain. Not to mention Apple products are TOO tightly controlled (ironic the same company who claimed they were the people’s saviour against repressive Microsoft now tries to make the whole world live under Lord Darth Jobs’ iron grip), I shouldn’t HAVE to employ hacks to get full functionality out of a phone I’ve paid big money for and belongs to me.
            It’s late and I’m supposed to be writing an essay on Artificial Intelligence, not Mac vs. PC, so I should leave it at this: to each his own I guess. If Apple fans want to pay ridiculously high prices to save themselves from the occasional minor hassle, that’s their choice. We all gotta do how we see fit.

          • Andeh89

            Much more level-headed reply, so I’ll do you the courtesy of a less hostile rebuttal myself. Yes I game occasionally on the PC (not sure why that matters), and Valve is taking great lengths to bridge that gap with Mac users. I’m not denying Mac has cornered the market of people not interested in heavy geek-ery and “hassle-free” computing (in fact the only thing I give them full respect for is building such a stable and seamless Linux-based OS, if you’ve ever spent even a minute in a lesser Linux distro it’s anything but stable or seamless). But I don’t know why Mac users have this stigma attached to regular PC use, just an ounce of common sense and a 30-second Google if you ever have trouble (don’t deny you’ve ever had to do that on a Mac either) will keep a PC running like new. You don’t need a Computer Science degree to operate a PC properly, just a fully functioning brain. Not to mention Apple products are TOO tightly controlled (ironic the same company who claimed they were the people’s saviour against repressive Microsoft now tries to make the whole world live under Lord Darth Jobs’ iron grip), I shouldn’t HAVE to employ hacks to get full functionality out of a phone I’ve paid big money for and belongs to me.
            It’s late and I’m supposed to be writing an essay on Artificial Intelligence, not Mac vs. PC, so I should leave it at this: to each his own I guess. If Apple fans want to pay ridiculously high prices to save themselves from the occasional minor hassle, that’s their choice. We all gotta do how we see fit.

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/PaulHolland-DoubleDutchdj/100001027166218 PaulHolland DoubleDutchdj

            Ha spoke like a true PC head, any chane you use your PC for gaming too? ok I may of been a bit arrogant but your answer is just as bad.
            Well it’s fair enough if your an out an out computer “geek” who can make such a beast. I’m a dj not a computer technician, I don’t wanna have to buy something and then have to fine tune it to work perfectly. Just like you I can only speak from experience from my previous decades of PC ownership to my last 3 years of mac, it’s nothing to do with being brain washed by Lord Darth Jobs, tho the force is strong with Steve.
            It’s hard to argue against how Apple have made things simple for people who are not computer “nerds”, I’m sure your tired of the phrase “it just works” as I’m sure your PC work’s, after you’ve built it and streamlined all the shit out so it runs smoothly. But for folks who are not “geeks” who can’t be arsed with all the faffing around, Mac’s are a welcome option. I’d love to know how many times the average PC owner has to get his OS disc out compared to a Mac user zero times, I’m awful with my laptop, It’s been heavily abused in the 3 years I’ve had it and i’ve never ever had one problem. To achieve the same on a PC you need to treat it like a Fabergé egg.

            Subaru Impreza for PC vs Bugatti Veyron for Mac would of been a better analogy.

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/PaulHolland-DoubleDutchdj/100001027166218 PaulHolland DoubleDutchdj

            Ha spoke like a true PC head, any chane you use your PC for gaming too? ok I may of been a bit arrogant but your answer is just as bad.
            Well it’s fair enough if your an out an out computer “geek” who can make such a beast. I’m a dj not a computer technician, I don’t wanna have to buy something and then have to fine tune it to work perfectly. Just like you I can only speak from experience from my previous decades of PC ownership to my last 3 years of mac, it’s nothing to do with being brain washed by Lord Darth Jobs, tho the force is strong with Steve.
            It’s hard to argue against how Apple have made things simple for people who are not computer “nerds”, I’m sure your tired of the phrase “it just works” as I’m sure your PC work’s, after you’ve built it and streamlined all the shit out so it runs smoothly. But for folks who are not “geeks” who can’t be arsed with all the faffing around, Mac’s are a welcome option. I’d love to know how many times the average PC owner has to get his OS disc out compared to a Mac user zero times, I’m awful with my laptop, It’s been heavily abused in the 3 years I’ve had it and i’ve never ever had one problem. To achieve the same on a PC you need to treat it like a Fabergé egg.

            Subaru Impreza for PC vs Bugatti Veyron for Mac would of been a better analogy.

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/PaulHolland-DoubleDutchdj/100001027166218 PaulHolland DoubleDutchdj

            Ha spoke like a true PC head, any chane you use your PC for gaming too? ok I may of been a bit arrogant but your answer is just as bad.
            Well it’s fair enough if your an out an out computer “geek” who can make such a beast. I’m a dj not a computer technician, I don’t wanna have to buy something and then have to fine tune it to work perfectly. Just like you I can only speak from experience from my previous decades of PC ownership to my last 3 years of mac, it’s nothing to do with being brain washed by Lord Darth Jobs, tho the force is strong with Steve.
            It’s hard to argue against how Apple have made things simple for people who are not computer “nerds”, I’m sure your tired of the phrase “it just works” as I’m sure your PC work’s, after you’ve built it and streamlined all the shit out so it runs smoothly. But for folks who are not “geeks” who can’t be arsed with all the faffing around, Mac’s are a welcome option. I’d love to know how many times the average PC owner has to get his OS disc out compared to a Mac user zero times, I’m awful with my laptop, It’s been heavily abused in the 3 years I’ve had it and i’ve never ever had one problem. To achieve the same on a PC you need to treat it like a Fabergé egg.

            Subaru Impreza for PC vs Bugatti Veyron for Mac would of been a better analogy.

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/PaulHolland-DoubleDutchdj/100001027166218 PaulHolland DoubleDutchdj

            Ha spoke like a true PC head, any chane you use your PC for gaming too? ok I may of been a bit arrogant but your answer is just as bad.
            Well it’s fair enough if your an out an out computer “geek” who can make such a beast. I’m a dj not a computer technician, I don’t wanna have to buy something and then have to fine tune it to work perfectly. Just like you I can only speak from experience from my previous decades of PC ownership to my last 3 years of mac, it’s nothing to do with being brain washed by Lord Darth Jobs, tho the force is strong with Steve.
            It’s hard to argue against how Apple have made things simple for people who are not computer “nerds”, I’m sure your tired of the phrase “it just works” as I’m sure your PC work’s, after you’ve built it and streamlined all the shit out so it runs smoothly. But for folks who are not “geeks” who can’t be arsed with all the faffing around, Mac’s are a welcome option. I’d love to know how many times the average PC owner has to get his OS disc out compared to a Mac user zero times, I’m awful with my laptop, It’s been heavily abused in the 3 years I’ve had it and i’ve never ever had one problem. To achieve the same on a PC you need to treat it like a Fabergé egg.

            Subaru Impreza for PC vs Bugatti Veyron for Mac would of been a better analogy.

          • Andeh89

            Spoken like a true clueless Mac-zealot. I’m not going to turn this into a 40 comment flame-war but: Any person with half a brain can build a PC for $1500 that would eat the Mac which costs $3500 alive. And you just proved my point by comparing a Ford (costs 25 grand for a Mustang for example) to a Ferrari (costs millions of dollars), overpriced as all hell. I can’t fathom what you clowns think Apple put in their computers to somehow make them magic unbreakable fairy-parts like a Ferrari, but it’s the same stuff that goes in any computer that isn’t mass-produced retail crap. I’ll take my custom built super-PC that performs like a Ferrari and costs more like a Ford. Oh, and you can put Mac OS X on there if you wanted to (not that I would). I’ve used both extensively (Mac for iPhone development and uni work), played around with other Linux distros, and still prefer Windows above all, so your theory is rubbish. It’s your sort of un-informed blind worship of their products that sees Apple’s profits soaring and their intense brainwashing and guerilla marketing increasing.

          • Andeh89

            Spoken like a true clueless Mac-zealot. I’m not going to turn this into a 40 comment flame-war but: Any person with half a brain can build a PC for $1500 that would eat the Mac which costs $3500 alive. And you just proved my point by comparing a Ford (costs 25 grand for a Mustang for example) to a Ferrari (costs millions of dollars), overpriced as all hell. I can’t fathom what you clowns think Apple put in their computers to somehow make them magic unbreakable fairy-parts like a Ferrari, but it’s the same stuff that goes in any computer that isn’t mass-produced retail crap. I’ll take my custom built super-PC that performs like a Ferrari and costs more like a Ford. Oh, and you can put Mac OS X on there if you wanted to (not that I would). I’ve used both extensively (Mac for iPhone development and uni work), played around with other Linux distros, and still prefer Windows above all, so your theory is rubbish. It’s your sort of un-informed blind worship of their products that sees Apple’s profits soaring and their intense brainwashing and guerilla marketing increasing.

      • Andeh89

        Way to be 12 years old ;)
        Allow me to join in: hurrr Macs have an $1500 gullible-idiot tax on them

      • Andeh89

        Way to be 12 years old ;)
        Allow me to join in: hurrr Macs have an $1500 gullible-idiot tax on them

      • Andeh89

        Way to be 12 years old ;)
        Allow me to join in: hurrr Macs have an $1500 gullible-idiot tax on them

      • Andeh89

        Way to be 12 years old ;)
        Allow me to join in: hurrr Macs have an $1500 gullible-idiot tax on them

    • John Matrix

      Windows sucks, lmao

    • John Matrix

      Windows sucks, lmao

    • John Matrix

      Windows sucks, lmao

    • Samms

      lol anyway…

    • Samms

      lol anyway…

    • Samms

      lol anyway…

    • Samms

      lol anyway…

    • Samms

      lol anyway…

  • Garygary1

    Kind of sucks that its only for osx

  • Garygary1

    Kind of sucks that its only for osx

  • Garygary1

    Kind of sucks that its only for osx

  • Garygary1

    Kind of sucks that its only for osx

  • Garygary1

    Kind of sucks that its only for osx

  • Pazzoballando

    10$ I could be spending on more music, and itunes integration is a dealbreaker. Pass.

  • Pazzoballando

    10$ I could be spending on more music, and itunes integration is a dealbreaker. Pass.

  • Pazzoballando

    10$ I could be spending on more music, and itunes integration is a dealbreaker. Pass.

  • Pazzoballando

    10$ I could be spending on more music, and itunes integration is a dealbreaker. Pass.

    • ToOntown

      $10 is nothing… For me the dealbreaker is not being able to purchase from the app.

    • ToOntown

      $10 is nothing… For me the dealbreaker is not being able to purchase from the app.

    • ToOntown

      $10 is nothing… For me the dealbreaker is not being able to purchase from the app.

    • ToOntown

      $10 is nothing… For me the dealbreaker is not being able to purchase from the app.

      • Jason – CancelMonday

        “In regards to checking out on beatports site. That is more of a security issue in handling secure payments and its best if beatport handles that. Though it is something I agree would be nice in-app ;)”

      • Jason – CancelMonday

        “In regards to checking out on beatports site. That is more of a security issue in handling secure payments and its best if beatport handles that. Though it is something I agree would be nice in-app ;)”

      • Jason – CancelMonday

        “In regards to checking out on beatports site. That is more of a security issue in handling secure payments and its best if beatport handles that. Though it is something I agree would be nice in-app ;)”

    • ToOntown

      $10 is nothing… For me the dealbreaker is not being able to purchase from the app.

  • Pazzoballando

    10$ I could be spending on more music, and itunes integration is a dealbreaker. Pass.

  • http://twitter.com/tehk tehk

    You almost had me until you said you STILL have to go to beatport to complete the purchases. But, maybe that will come in a later version.

    Likewise, why hasn’t beatport done their own native mac/linux apps?

  • http://twitter.com/tehk tehk

    You almost had me until you said you STILL have to go to beatport to complete the purchases. But, maybe that will come in a later version.

    Likewise, why hasn’t beatport done their own native mac/linux apps?

  • http://twitter.com/tehk tehk

    You almost had me until you said you STILL have to go to beatport to complete the purchases. But, maybe that will come in a later version.

    Likewise, why hasn’t beatport done their own native mac/linux apps?

  • http://twitter.com/tehk tehk

    You almost had me until you said you STILL have to go to beatport to complete the purchases. But, maybe that will come in a later version.

    Likewise, why hasn’t beatport done their own native mac/linux apps?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000412374804 Igor Warzocha

      I guess that ads on the website generate a lot more cash.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000412374804 Igor Warzocha

      I guess that ads on the website generate a lot more cash.

      • http://www.facebook.com/chrismjennings Chris Jennings

        Outside of Beatport’s own featured artist/release stuff there’s no ads on Beatport that I’m aware of.

      • http://www.facebook.com/chrismjennings Chris Jennings

        Outside of Beatport’s own featured artist/release stuff there’s no ads on Beatport that I’m aware of.

      • http://www.facebook.com/chrismjennings Chris Jennings

        Outside of Beatport’s own featured artist/release stuff there’s no ads on Beatport that I’m aware of.

      • http://www.facebook.com/chrismjennings Chris Jennings

        Outside of Beatport’s own featured artist/release stuff there’s no ads on Beatport that I’m aware of.

      • http://www.facebook.com/chrismjennings Chris Jennings

        Outside of Beatport’s own featured artist/release stuff there’s no ads on Beatport that I’m aware of.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000412374804 Igor Warzocha

      I guess that ads on the website generate a lot more cash.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000412374804 Igor Warzocha

      I guess that ads on the website generate a lot more cash.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000412374804 Igor Warzocha

      I guess that ads on the website generate a lot more cash.

    • http://felipead.net Felipe Dornelas

      Go to Beatport to complete the purchases is no big deal, bro!

      I spend most of my time listening and adding tracks to my crate. And with beatler, I can sort tracks between several crates.

      When I’m ready to complete my purchase, I just upload the crate to beatport, pay for it, and them download the tracks using the awesome Beatler download manager.

      Don’t forget that the Adobe AIR official Beatport downloader is completely broken, and downloading tracks from the browser is not ideal (you can’t pause, downloads sometimes fail for no reason, can’t resume if internet connection is down…)

    • http://felipead.net Felipe Dornelas

      Go to Beatport to complete the purchases is no big deal, bro!

      I spend most of my time listening and adding tracks to my crate. And with beatler, I can sort tracks between several crates.

      When I’m ready to complete my purchase, I just upload the crate to beatport, pay for it, and them download the tracks using the awesome Beatler download manager.

      Don’t forget that the Adobe AIR official Beatport downloader is completely broken, and downloading tracks from the browser is not ideal (you can’t pause, downloads sometimes fail for no reason, can’t resume if internet connection is down…)

    • http://felipead.net Felipe Dornelas

      Go to Beatport to complete the purchases is no big deal, bro!

      I spend most of my time listening and adding tracks to my crate. And with beatler, I can sort tracks between several crates.

      When I’m ready to complete my purchase, I just upload the crate to beatport, pay for it, and them download the tracks using the awesome Beatler download manager.

      Don’t forget that the Adobe AIR official Beatport downloader is completely broken, and downloading tracks from the browser is not ideal (you can’t pause, downloads sometimes fail for no reason, can’t resume if internet connection is down…)

    • http://felipead.net Felipe Dornelas

      Go to Beatport to complete the purchases is no big deal, bro!

      I spend most of my time listening and adding tracks to my crate. And with beatler, I can sort tracks between several crates.

      When I’m ready to complete my purchase, I just upload the crate to beatport, pay for it, and them download the tracks using the awesome Beatler download manager.

      Don’t forget that the Adobe AIR official Beatport downloader is completely broken, and downloading tracks from the browser is not ideal (you can’t pause, downloads sometimes fail for no reason, can’t resume if internet connection is down…)

  • Mike

    this is awesome

  • Mike

    this is awesome

  • Mike

    this is awesome

  • Mike

    this is awesome