Adobe Launched its first Premiere Clip video editor app for Android

Adobe has now released its video editor app to Android mobile users named Adobe Premiere Clip.

Premiere Clip is a free video editor app that makes it fast and fun to create quality videos that can be easily shared or easily opened in Adobe Premiere Pro CC for extra polish.

The app is already exists for iOS released last year and is a simple way to create videos to share or edit in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Like its iOS version, users can use Clip in conjunction with other Adobe apps, such as bringing in images created with Adobe Capture and adding custom color. It also includes a choice of royalty-free songs to add ambience to user videos.

To edit the video just drag and drop clips and photos in the order that you like, trim out the parts you don’t want, and add visual polish with lighting adjustments, transitions, and slow motion effects. Sync to Music lets you edit to the beat of your music like a pro.

Apply custom lighting and color Looks from Adobe Capture CC to enhance the appearance and overall mood of your videos. You can also add visual interest to static images. Turning the option ON will apply a slow, subtle zoom.

Users can easily share videos directly to Twitter, Facebook or YouTube, or send them to Premiere Pro CC for additional editing.