1. PowerDirector (Free, in-app purchase)
This app is one of the most advanced video editors on Android . I especially recommend it to those who are used to the Windows desktop program of the same
2. KineMaster (Free, subscription available)
If you want a movie maker app that’s a little easier to use than PowerDirector, give KineMaster a try. However, there is a catch: KineMaster will cost you money. The free version applies a watermark to everything you do. It requires a monthly or yearly subscription to remove it and unlock additional
3. Adobe Premiere Clip (Free)
Adobe Premiere Pro has been the leading video editor since 2003. Premiere Clip is the mobile version of Adobe’s software
4. FilmoraGo (Free, in-app purchases)
FilmoraGo is a handy video editor that makes it easy to apply themes, add music and add other effects.
5. VideoShow (Free, in-app purchases) | VideoShow Pro ($ 20)
VideoShow is a video editor with many advanced features. You can freehand paint over videos, add stickers and sound effects to your videos. Free version contains ads
6. WeVideo (Free, in-app purchases)
WeVideo is different in that it produces video editing in the cloud. The downside to this approach is that you have to wait for the video clips to load before you can start, and trust other people’s servers.
7. Magisto (Free, in-app purchases)
The app takes your video clip, downloads it, makes a few timely changes, inserts music and additional visuals, and then creates a file that you can share on social
8. Quik (Free)
When choosing between a smartphone and a GoPro, it’s handy to have the apples on hand that control both devices.
9. AndroVid (Free) | AndroVid Pro ($ 2)
AndroVid is an old video editor for Android, but it has all the necessary features and nothing more.
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