Don't worry folks, I won't be quitting my Vinyl cold turkey just yet in hot pursuit of becoming the next rising iSuperstar anytime soon. Personally I couldn't imagine performing a full live iDJ set from my iPhone exclusively. Laptop DJ'ing, even with Serato, feels another step disconnected versus connecting to the crowd with "the real thing" (using real pressed DJ Records as analog instruments). I'm not knocking digital DJ'ing by any means, I've seen performances done with midi controllerism that have been more than inspiring enough to spark a genuine interest in Ableton Live. I am a firm believer that learning from and eventually embracing new technology can become a powerful tool to integrate into one's already established skill sets. If you aren't learning, you aren't growing. In the end it all comes down to what you play and how you play it, not what medium you play it from.
Here's the official program's site: http://imect.com/djplayer/
I heard about this great offer originally from here: http://www.djtechtools.com/2012/11/30/dj-player-temporarily-a-free-download-red-bull-bpm-finished/
And here's a helpful review of the software: http://www.djtechtools.com/2012/11/07/review-dj-player-5-1-ios-app/
Sounds good to me!
Here's the word from Red Bull BPM: http://redbullbpm.com/dj/news/red-bull-and-stereomusik-systems-will-end-development-all-red-bull-bpm-applications
And the link to iTunes where you can find the (currently free) DJ Player by iMect Ltd.:
I put a couple of youTube links below as well, so you get a better feel for what the program actually looks like and does. Hope this helps some people out. Enjoy!