Not sure if there are similar things like Acid Pro or E-Jay, it seems the biggest interest is (was?) towards Windows users..surely there is software for modifying audio, but I don't know of any that would be "specifically made" for DJs. Audacity is an audio recording and editing tool, see if you like; though I guess it's not what you're after.
The other thing is, I thought "real" DJs did the job with physical turntables and such, not with software. It is possible I know, but last time I checked, "software DJs" weren't too hot on the street -- or in other words, those who knew how to do cool things without semi-automatic software were more...umm..dope