Best Video Editing Apps for Mobile

Firstly, Video editing is a task that everybody nowadays wants to do. And not everybody owns good laptops or pcs to do video editing. Also, the time taken for video editing on PCs is very long. In mobile, it takes short time and editing can be done in minutes. Helps to give convenience to the users. Let’s check out some of the best video editing apps.

1. Inshot

This an ongoing video editing software available for both android and ios. This helps in quick video editing or small touch to videos. Also recommended for beginners. It has a nice looking UI for bot the OS. All feature is easy to use. This is free as well. Also has a paid version but the free version almost provides all things.

Inshot
Image: Playstore

Some Features:

  • Trim video.
  • Split video.
  • Merge clips.
  • adding filters.

2. KineMaster

Firstly, This is another powerful video editing software used by a wide range of people. Many run professional business on this app. It has all tools and features that a premium PC software would have. It has a free version with a watermark on its top right corner.

KineMaster
Image: Playstore

Some Features:

  • Speed Control.
  • Effects.
  • Themes.
  • Adjustments.
  • Multiple Layers.
  • Overlays.
  • Music.
  • Audio Filters.

3. Adobe Premiere Rush

Premiere Rush is the new editing app from Adobe, and we’re already starting to use it on our videos. With a Premiere Rush mobile app for tablets, phone, and laptops, maybe we’ll eventually do all of our video editings on mobile.

Adobe Premiere Rush is a pretty cool video editing app with a lot of potentials. I don’t mean it like a teenager saying “yes girl, you look so sick!” or whatever the kids are saying these days. I mean it in the way that there are some really cool editing features that almost make me want to switch from Final Cut Pro X to Adobe Premiere Rush despite using FCPX for over 7 years.

Adobe Premiere Rush
Image: Playstore

Some Features:

  • The Free Trial. Adobe Rush CC for mobile is 100% free.
  • Ease of Use.
  • Edit on the Go.
  • Motion Graphics Templates.
  • Keyboard Shortcuts.
  • Magnetic Timeline.
  • Multiple Tracks.
  • Premiere Pro Compatibility.

4. Filmora Go

FilmoraGo is a video editing app for the Android phone. It can be downloaded for free on Google Play, and you can use it to make some basic edits to videos made with your smartphone. This post will review what the app offers, how to use digital media to reach more people after you’ve posted videos on YouTube, and some of the other video editing apps out there that you might want to try.

Filmora Go
Image: Playstore

Some Features:

  • Trim.
  • Split.
  • Transitions.
  • Canvas.
  • Reverse.
  • Speed.
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5. PowerDirector

PowerDirector is a powerful video editing app for Android that comes with a full range of editing tools to enhance your videos to the next level, whether it is your pet playing with a tennis ball or you want to focus on the beautiful view, PowerDirector will transform your phone into a video editing tool you can trust, making wonderful videos you will love.

PowerDirector
Image: Playstore

Some Features:

  • NEW. Seamless Integration. …
  • Nested Projects as PiP. …
  • Audio Scrubbing.
  • Video Pre-cut.
  • Library Preview Window.
  • 4K Preview.
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