Android gets Adobes 1st cross-device video editing app

Yolanda Curtis
May 25, 2019

Adobe is making it easier than ever to capture video and turn those videos into something more professional-grade, thanks to the suite of editing tools that are included in the just-released Adobe Premiere Rush app that can now be downloaded from the Play Store. Like Adobe's other cloud-based apps, Rush is created to allow editors to access projects anywhere, and without Android compatibility, that portability was missing for a large group of users.

Premiere Pro users will also be thrilled to know that projects created in Premiere Rush can be opened in Premiere Pro as well. The interface of Premiere Rush is consistent across smartphone and desktop. You can edit up to four video and three audio tracks, utilize built-in templates (and customize those), add music or voiceovers, change videos between landscape, portrait, and square, and sync it all to the cloud with an Adobe account. Adobe Premiere Rush is finally available on Android!

If you'd like to give it a try before you buy, you're in luck because Adobe offers a Premiere Rush Free Starter plan that provides you with 2GB of cloud storage and 3 free exports. The Premiere Rush is available for $9.99 (around Rs 700) per month for individual users, $19.99 (around Rs 1400) per month for teams and $29.99 (around Rs 2100) per month for enterprises. Samsung Galaxy users can also receive a 20% discount on the software's subscription. The Android app is only compatible with select handsets from Samsung, Google, and OnePlus, meaning that if you don't have one of the phones you see below in your pocket, you'll be left waiting until support expands to more handsets.

The app debuted on iOS, macOS and Windows a year ago. After that, you'll need a subscription, such as through Adobe Creative Cloud (you'll have access with a Premiere Pro plan or Adobe's student subscription).

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