Best Video Editing Applications For Android

Best Video Editing Applications For Android

The ability of video editing applications is undoubtedly underrated. In an era where the cameras in smartphones are somewhat equivalent to professional cameras, the video editing applications are doing their part to stay in the competition. 

Through this article, we will suggest to you some of the best video editing applications for Android smartphones. Most importantly these applications are free and top tier right now.

7 Best Video Editing Applications

  • Adobe Premiere Rush
  • InShot
  • KineMaster
  • Changa
  • Viva Video
  • FilmoraGo
  • Quik

1. Adobe Premiere Rush

Adobe Premiere Rush is a cross-platform all-in-one video editing application. It is available for free on all platforms and is accessible to everyone. It is an easy-to-use application with a lot of creative features. With its user-friendly interface, you can create and edit videos on the go on any of your devices.

Pros

  • Available on all devices
  • Free to use
  • User friendly

Cons

  • Best features are paid

2. InShot

If you are looking for a basic but effective video editing application, InShot is your go-to application. InShot has all the standard features required in an editing application. It is free to use and is available on android devices. 

Pros

  • Multiple in app features
  • In app music
  • Available for free

Cons

  • You have to watch ads to remove watermark

3. Kinemaster

Kinemaster is one of the best video editing applications available for smartphones. It has a friendly interface and provides a lot of control over easy editing. You can edit videos quickly. It is available for free on playstore. However, the removal of the watermark and certain other features are only available in the paid version.

Pros

  • Multiple feature layering
  • Quick transitions
  • Quick editing previews available

 

 Cons
 Watermark removal is available only in the paid version

4. Changa

Changa is a recently released short video application but has grown immensely over a short period of time. It has a lot of amazing features and filters that can be used to edit videos and is available on playstore for free. Eventually, You can also post your videos and create a fan base for yourself.

Pros

  • Multiple filters
  • Export from external sources available
  • Creation of fanbase

           Cons

  • Only available on google Play store

5. Viva Video

Viva video is one of the best video editing applications across the globe. It has hundreds of user-friendly features to choose from and can be used to edit professionally.

Pros

  • Hundreds of features to choose from
  • User friendly
  • Worldwide users

Cons

  • Best features available in the pro version

 6. FilmoraGo

FilmoraGo is a free app for Android made by Wondershare that lets you edit online HD videos without a steep learning curve. Thanks to its themed filters and effects, it can help even newbies make their videos look impressively professional. 

Pros

  • Free
  • User Friendly

Cons

  • No 4K support
  • No multi tracking

7. Quik

Quik is the new name for the official GoPro app, which was rebranded in March 2021 with a fresh look, and incorporates the music-sync editing tools of the original Quik app.

Pros
Friendly interface
Easy song syncing

Cons
Doesn’t work on all devices

There exist many more applications on the Play store for video editing. However, these are the ones that are in high demand right now.

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