Adobe’s Premiere Clip for iOS was launched last year, and now the Android version is finally here. Alongside the company’s photography apps like Photoshop Express and Lightroom, this marks the company’s first video editor app on Google’s mobile platform.
Adobe’s Premiere Clip for Android is rather similar to its iOS counterpart. It’s easy to use as users can arrange and merge videos, adjust effects, and even overlay music over the clip. On top of that, it has a feature similar to Google Photos’ Assistant, where it can automatically combine videos and add a soundtrack over it.
Being an Adobe app, Premiere Clip is also capable of integrating itself with other suite of Adobe apps. For example, it can import visuals created with Adobe Capture CC. Adobe’s CreativeSync also allows for projects and media to be automatically synced to new devices when they’re opened. Premiere Clip is part of Adobe’s Creative Cloud service, which means videos can be synced to Premiere Pro CC and be edited with professional tools on a full-fledged desktop.
Adobe’s Premiere Clip for Android can either be fully automatic – where it automatically curates a video based on your collection – or customisable, where users can edit their videos the way they like it. Those interested can download the app from the Google Play Store. For those who wants to try it out on iOS, you can download it from the App Store.
(Source: The Verge)