Most DAWs will allow you to adjust the buffer size to lower latency. Logic Pro X works great with the Jamstik, and if you're looking to get snappier performance start with lowering your buffer size. Logic Pro X > Preferences > Audio
In Preferences select I/O Buffer Size and reduce it to 64 or 32 (lower the better, but this depends on your computers performance.)
Reducing the buffer size in Logic Pro X greatly reduces latency and makes it much easier to record and compose with the Jamstik. Don't forget that the Jamstik also works with the provided USB cable as an alternative.
Some 3rd party apps have "low latency" settings (i.e. Sample tank on iPads) within their configuration menus.