The holidays often turn into family video time. While there are some solid video editors for Android, Adobe is finally joining the club with its Premiere Clip editor.
According to a Google+ announcement, Premiere Clip will let you sync a soundtrack, add slow-motion effects, adjust the lighting, and perform other acts of video editing with content on your Android device.
Additionally, the app can automatically suggest a video by pulling together your own photos and recordings. It will also attempt to match your images with royalty-free songs or music from your own library.
You can also export videos to Premiere Pro CC if you want to do a more substantive edit. The app is free, though you’ll need a Creative Cloud subscription in order to sync your work across devices.
You can get premiere Clip now from the Play Store.
Why this matters: Premiere Clip made its debut on iOS last year. Tardy entries to Android aren’t all that unusual, but at least from the look of Premiere Clip the app uses a lot of Android-specific design elements, like a floating action button and integration with sharing features. It’s only on phones for now, so you’ll have to wait if you want to do some video work with Premiere Clip on an Android tablet.
This story, "Adobe's Premiere Clip brings its video editing capabilities to Android" was originally published by Greenbot.