Don’t have the room to dance infront of a television? Want to embarrass yourself with your lack of coordination infront of all your friends and family? Just sick of having to switch discs and consoles to find that one song you want to dance to?
While I am personally curious if the Just Dance experience can be effectively replicated by a mobile or tablet device, Ubisoft have today announced the official launch of their Just Dance Now service on iOS and Android platforms. As the name and platform implies, the purpose of this new App is to allow players to enjoy Just Dance tracks anywhere provided they have access to a smartphone and an internet-connected screen.
Just Dance Now is streamed to any Internet-connected screen while the free app transforms the player’s smartphone into a motion controller. Using Ubisoft’s proprietary technology Ubi Bluestar, an unlimited number of people can play together while watching the same screen. The app is completely free to download and will provide players with a rotation of five songs daily, with the entire catalogue acquirable through either a daily, weekly, monthly or annual subscription.
Currently there are fifty songs available through Just Dance Now including: “The Way” by Ariana Grande ft. Mac Miller, “Ghostbusters” by Ray Parker Jr., “Gangnam Style” by PSY, “Love You Like A Love Song” by Selena Gomez & the Scene, “Superstition” by Stevie Wonder and more. Tracks from previous installments will be progressively added, presumably in addition to other songs.