#5 Best Video Editors for Android Phones

Top 10 video editors for android

One of the first challenges you’ll encounter as a vlogger is picking the audio or video source you’re going to edit with.

You may not have shot what you need for your project, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make it on your own. All you need is a smart video editor. We have tried and tested a
bunch of video editing apps to find the best ones out there. So, here are the 5 best video editors for Android you should check out:

#1. KineMaster-Pro Video Editor

This app includes all the features of smart video editor like trim, cut, precise audio controls, color LUT filters, 3D transitions, precise volume envelope control, and much more.

It supports multi-layer timeline editing allowing support for multiple layers of video, images, effects, overlays, stickers, text, and handwriting with an instant preview for all edits.

It features multi-track audio by adding voiceovers and background music altogether which makes it one of the best apps on Android. KineMaster can be used on most
devices running Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean MR2) and above
The best about kinemaster are projects are saved externally in a folder called “KineMaster” so you don’t lose all your work if you reinstall the app or clear the app data

Supported Formats:

Video: MP4, 3GP, and MOV
Audio: MP3, M4A, AAC, and WAV
Photo: JPEG, PNG, WebP, and BMP
Install: Free, $4.99/month

#2. PowerDirector Video Editor App

Another app which comes next in the run for best video editor is PowerDirector.What differentiates it from previous one is its chroma key a feature which allows you to edit the background of your video by applying green screen effects. The free version of the app supports 720p exports only. With an in-app purchase, you can unlock support for rendering 1080p and 4k videos.

This app can be used on Chromebooks as well as pixelbooks for it is compatible with both for editing. Also, this app allows you to create perfect slow-motion effects even on videos recorded at normal speed. The built-in transitions are very quick and responsive. Last but not the least I would say a perfect video editor along with free video effects, slow motion controls, voice over support, action cam editing and more.

Video: H.263, H.264 AVC, MP4, 3GP, VP9, MOV, and more
Audio: WAV, MP3, MP4, M4A, and AAC
Photo: JPEG, PNG, WebP, BMP, and Gif
Install: Free, $5.99


Well going by its name, using Quik you can create awesome videos with just a few taps.
If you are looking for a simple and easy to use video editor app then this one is for you. Made by GoPro, it has built-in 23 beautiful themes which make your video look professionally shot and edited. Quik automatically turns on the audio when it detects voices.

With Quik, you can Customize your story with text, music and easily share it with friends. You Set duration for photos and titles – Quik adjusts the cuts and transitions automatically.

Supported Formats:
Video: MP4, 3GP, MOV, and more
Audio: MP3, M4A, MP4, MOV, AAC, FLAC, AIFF, and WAV
Photo: JPEG, JPG, PNG, and more
Install: Free

#4.Adobe Premiere Clip:

This powerful video editing app is by Adobe with more than 100 tracks in the app to give background music to your video.

Best of all it automatically matches your photos to the rhythm and beats of the music making the transitions look flawless. You can easily drag and drop clips and photos in the editor,
trim out the parts you don’t want. You can also add visual polish including lighting adjustments, transitions, and slow-motion effects.

Save finished videos to your gallery, share directly to Twitter, Facebook or YouTube, or send them to Premiere Pro CC for additional editing. So, all I should say before the launch of
Adobe Premiere Rush CC which will hit the Play Store sometime later this year, Adobe Premiere Clip is all you need.

Supported Formats:

Video: Any video format that is natively supported by Android

Audio: MP3, M4A, AAC, and more

Photo: All the popular image formats

Install: Free

#5.FilmoraGo Video Editor:

Just like Wondershare Filmora which is a desktop application, FilmoraGo is its replica for mobile.FilmoraGois are pretty easy to use as its editing process works
in landscape mode and. But what makes it unique from all above apps is that besides using media stored on your phone’s local memory but it also allows you to import
media from your social media accounts including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and more. classic transitions such as Dissolve, Wipe, Split, Shutter and Zoom out to
combine multiple pictures and videos seamlessly. Edited videos can be exported in two ratios- 1:1 (for Instagram) and 16:9 ratios(for YouTube).

FilmoraGo is an ALL-IN-ONE video editor as it gives you all you want from an awesome edited video.
You Better check it out.

Supported Formats:

Video: Any video format that is natively supported by Android

Audio: MP3, MP4, and more

Photo: JPEG, PNG, JPG, and more

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