Video Editing Apps on iOS and Android

In today’s digital age, video editing has become an essential skill for many content creators, social media enthusiasts, and even casual users. If you look around in your app store, finding a free app with good features and UI will be challenging. In this article, I have compiled a list of the best Video Editing Apps for iOS and Android, offering powerful features and functionality.

List of the Best Video Editing Apps for iOS and Android Phones

Following is the list of famous video editing apps that can be used to edit and make videos on iPhone or Android phones.

1- Adobe Premiere Rush

Adobe Premiere Rush is a comprehensive video editing app that offers a range of professional features. It provides multi-track editing, motion graphics templates, audio mixing, color correction, and seamless integration with other Adobe Creative Cloud apps.

OS: iOS and Android

Adobe Premier Rush includes a watermark in the free version.

2- iMovie

iMovie is a user-friendly video editing app developed by Apple. It offers a simple interface, enabling users to create professional-looking videos. It also provides features like timeline-based editing, transitions, filters, a music library, and the ability to record voiceovers.


iMovie does not include a watermark in the free version.

3- Kinemaster

Kinemaster would be a familiar app if you play mobile games as most mobile gamers use this app; this is because it is a versatile video editing app suitable for beginners. As for its features, it offers multiple layers of video, audio, and text, precise trimming and cutting, transitions, effects, animation, chroma Key, blending modes, and 3D transitions.

OS: iOS and Android

Kinemaster includes a watermark in the free version after the video (Little effect on the viewing experience).

4- FilmoraGo

Any Computer user will recognize Filmora as it is also a very useful computer video editing software, it has now expanded to the mobile application ecosystem with Filmora Go. Just like its predecessor, Filmora Go is very user-friendly and suitable for beginners. It includes themes, filters, transitions, text overlays, and basic editing tools. FilmoraGo also allows users to add music, adjust speed, and export videos in HD quality.

OS: iOS and Android

Filmora Go includes a watermark in the free version after the video (Little effect on the viewing experience)

5- InShot

InShot is yet another popular mobile video editing app, it does leave a watermark but from my experience, the InShot watermark is not such a hindrance. InShot offers features like video trimming, splitting, merging, filters, effects, text overlays, and background music. It also supports social media sharing.

OS: iOS and Android

InShot includes a watermark in the free version.

6- VivaVideo

VivaVideo provides a wide range of video editing features, including trimming, merging, speed control, filters, transitions, and text overlays. VivaVideo also offers a built-in video camera and a video collage maker.

OS: iOS and Android

VivaVideo includes a watermark in the free version.

7- Quik by GoPro

As the name suggests, this app is made by GoPro…for GoPro users. That said, I would recommend this app to those who have a GoPro and want to use its features to edit their GoPro videos. This app offers automatic video editing, so there is almost no effort and it is very easy to use. Quik provides various themes, transitions, music synchronization, and the ability to adjust video speed.

OS: iOS and Android

Quik includes a watermark in the free version.


These are the best video editing apps for iOS and Android users, you can pick and choose which app you prefer among these, once you find the app you are happy with, consider buying the paid version which usually unlocks more features and gimmicks. If you have any questions or queries or if anything here is outdated, please let me know in the comments. If you want to stay up to date with the latest tech news, follow us.

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