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4 Best Digital Video Editing Apps for Android

Posted on Thu, Aug 15, 2013

    

Mobile, Digital VideoWith apps like Vine and Instagram more people are fully realizing the potential of mobile digital video. We would never suggest shooting for a professional video on your phone, but if that is the way you want to go you will need a good video editor. Now with the Samsung Galaxy overtaking Apple's iPhone we decided to gather our top four video editing apps for Android. 

Magical Magisto video editor

Magisto Video Editor, Digital Video, Mobile Video, Specs HowardFREE

This is best known for making lovely videos with proper music effect. It tops the list because it needs zero editing skills of the user. You can upload your videos to Magisto. It makes a movie automatically from your video. Its best feature includes stitching clips together, adding fancy transitions and spice up audio track in your videos. After all you can find the nicely edited professional looking movie type video.


VidTrim

VID Trim, Digital Video, Android Video Edit Apps, Digital VideoFREE or $2.99 PRO

It comes with the simplest features of video editing and ad- supporting app. You can browse your video to the video library, set markers on an existing video file, trimming the original video and save it as a new file. It works best for video streaming purposes. Other special features include watermark for pixellate, glow, Luma and Transcode video clips.


Clesh Video Editor

Clesh, Digital Video, Mobil Video EditorFREE

The latest advance technology for video editing makes it one of the best in the market. It features with dull time edit, video transition, color correction, graphics change, matrix style slow motion effect etc. You will be able to publish the work on social websites like Facebook and YouTube. It has cloud based video editing technology. It requires a basic knowledge of photo editing.


Wevideo 

Wevideo, Digital Video, Mobile video EditingFREE

Making video social this app has the ability to edit together simple clips pulled straight from your Google Drive. You are able to invite anybody to assist on the edit, and give them the option to make changes as well. There is also a browser version of the app as well. The app allows for multiple clips and text overlays while also allowing to input music direct from your phone or Google Play account. 

 

These are just a few of the many mobile apps for digital video, and there are plenty more. If you did shoot a video on your phone we would love to see it, share the link below in the comments. 

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