In this article, we’ll be looking at the “best video maker apps for iOS and Android”.
Today, you don’t really need an expensive set of tools to create quality videos. With your smartphone, you technically have all the tools you need, with regards to the numerous video maker apps out there.
Herein, we’ll be showing you a review of the best video maker apps for iOS and Android.
Best Video Maker Apps for iOS and Android
- Premiere Clip
Premiere Clip is a crossplatform video making app from Adobe, with designated support for iOS and Android. The app hosts a lightweight engine, which makes it relatively easy to use.
Premiere Clip is basically used to merge multiple videos (in multiple formats) into a single high-res video. The app can merge and create videos in 4K resolution, and there is an avenue to export created videos directly to YouTube.
Adobe Premiere Clip is offered for free across platforms (iOS and Android).
- Premiere Rush
Adobe Premiere Rush is arguably the best video maker app for mobile platforms. However, unlike Premiere Clip, it offers limited supported for Android; hence, it occupies the second position on our list.
Premiere Rush is a crossplatform app, with extended support for macOS, Windows, iOS and Android. It hosts an advanced engine, which is standard enough to support 4K videos. Also, created videos can easily be uploaded/exported to YouTube directly from the app.
Like Premiere Rush, like Premiere Clip, is available for free. You can get it here.
Filmora, from Wondershare, is one of the best video production tools around. It hosts extended support for all major operating systems, including iOS and Android.
The app affords you the opportunity to merge multiple video and audio files into a single video file, which can then be exported to YouTube with ease.
Filmora is available for free, albeit with limited features. To get the full package, you’d have to upgrade to a licensed edition.
This is another top-rated video making app with designated support for iOS and Android. The app is relatively easy to use, with a simple and highly intuitive UI.
With Kinemaster, you can merge short videos, input music tracks, add stickers and texts – to create a quality HD video.
Kinemaster goes for $2.91 per month.
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