- The New York Times
"There is a lot to like about this app, including its clear, good-looking interface and great in-app instructions."
- Health magazine
“Have a favorite running tune, but its tempo doesn't fit your workout? No problem. This app will speed up or slow down the song to match your target pace.”
- Men's Health
“Use the PaceDJ app to create a cardio mix of songs with tempos that range from 125 to 140 beats a minute. Then, when you lift, switch to a motivating playlist.”
"This clever app measures your pace and chooses songs with a similar beat per minute to keep you moving in tune with the music. That ought to put a little pep in your step!" (July 2012)
Apple App Store:
"New and Noteworthy" Healthcare and Fitness App (July 2011)
Oxygen Women's Fitness
Staff Blog: “Apps I’m Loving Now”
"The interface is intuitive, so it's a snap to prioritize songs in mixes...“
Real UsersReal PaceDJ users share their experiences.
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June 27, 2014
PaceDJ by Pacing Technologies – Washington Post Review
Pacing Technologies is pleased to announce that today PaceDJ was reviewed very positively and recommended by The Washington Post! We are grateful for this review, and pleased that users now have another great resource to understand the benefits of PaceDJ and the motivational power of music upon exercise. Click here for a link to the Washington Post article.
June 23, 2014
PaceDJ Playlists by Pacing Technologies, LLC
Need more music to workout to? Not enough variety in your target BPM range? PaceDJ by Pacing Technologies, LLC is here to help. We’ve curated playlists of our favorite music for the most common BPM ranges, so you can grab some new music to fit your workout. All mixes will link directly to iTunes, where you can […]
June 23, 2014
PaceDJ Now Offers Interval Workouts – Pacing Technologies, LLC
Recently, Pacing Technologies, LLC updated PaceDJ to include interval workouts. In a recent article, The New York Times notes that PaceDJ offers an interval training feature that “can deliver a staged workout that starts at a slower pace, picks up, then slows down again.” You can also create your own custom intervals. Check out the screen shot […]