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Since the rise of smart phones, DIY video production has exploded, and amateurs and professionals now run a powerful pocket film studio to film, edit and publish their film creations.

With so many apps competing for your attention, we’ve selected the 6 best video editing apps for Android, iPhone and iPad, so you can move quickly to your favorite.


So, you’re working on a video project. You have your idea, you have your smart phone, but you’re flooded with video editing applications and you don’t know where to start.

Don’t worry, we have you. Of course, there are many options out there, but we have reviewed the best options, so you can get to the point.


The first of GoPro’s two video editing applications, Quik analyzes your videos to detect colors and faces in order to frame your images perfectly.

This free video editing application allows you to add transitions and effects to up to 200 photos and video clips from your photo library or GoPro Plus.

Not only can you crop, enlarge and rotate photos and video clips, but you can also choose from 26 different themes and a variety of fonts, filters and graphics.

You can create 1080p or 720p HD videos in movie, square, or portrait format to share on social networks and even save your project projects for up to seven days.

  • Pros: Equipped with features, access to over 100 free songs, Flashbacks and QuikStories create videos based on your latest images, synchronize images to the beat of your soundtrack, assist in editing AI.
  • Cons: Minimal control and no cropping option, users reported that it can sometimes have flaws.
  • Price: Free.
  • Available for: iPhone, iPad and Android.


As you would expect from an Adobe product, Premiere Clip has many interesting features.

Create a video quickly, either with an auto-editing feature or with more advanced custom editing features that let you do everything from trimming clips to turning down the volume of music through dialogue.

With this video editing application, you can synchronize your video to the beat of the chosen soundtrack and add all the usual finishing touches, such as titles and transitions.

Premier Clip integrates seamlessly with other Adobe products, such as Premier Pro, Lightroom, and Capture CC, while CreativeSync cloud software automatically updates your project across all your devices.

  • Pros: Good basic features suite, Adobe integration and support.
  • Cons: No vertical editing, requires Premier Pro for anything other than basic video.
  • Price: Free.
  • Available for: iPhone, iPad and Android.


There’s a reason why Apple’s free applications dot this list; they have the ability to create brilliantly functional, easy-to-use applications that are loaded with original features.

Your ubiquitous iMovie application does everything a video editor should do. All you have to do is place your clips, trim them to size, and add music, effects, and built-in animated titles.

Good extras include split-screen effects, 10 high-fidelity filters, green-screen effects, and the ability to make Hollywood-style trailers, so you can switch between your devices with impunity, using AirDrop and iCloud Drive to create your final cut.

  • Pros: Intuitive and easy to learn, functionality for multiple devices, saves videos in 4K or 1080p60.
  • Cons: Only available on Apple devices.
  • Price: Free.
  • Available for: iPhone, iPad and desktop.


Thanks to WeVideo’s simplified interface, you don’t have to be Quentin Tarantino to create movies up to 4K. WeVideo puts total control in your hands over all creative elements, such as text, transmissions and motion effects.

You can even let your imagination run wild with the basic green screen special effects. cloud storage allows you to start your project on one device and continue where you left off on another.

Plus, when you buy one of your plans, you get access to a vast library of licensed, royalty-free music tracks, images and video clips to add a little extra shine to your video.

  • Pros: Easy interface, cloud storage for multiple devices.
  • Cons: The free version includes a watermark and has limited functionality.
  • Price: free, with purchases within the application (upgrade plans start at $4.99 per month).
  • Available for: iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows.


It’s easy to overlook preloaded applications, like Apple Clips, but, with the weight of the technology giant’s best brains behind it, this video editing tool has many powerful functions to admire.

Let’s take as an example the example of their live chips. This allows you to create animated titles and titles that appear automatically as you speak, and you can also add emojis and animated backgrounds to intelligently animate things and music tracks over the duration of your video.

Plus, Selfie scenes give you a 360-degree selection of backgrounds to play with and the clips even recognize who’s in your video and you have the sharing options for them: smart stuff!

  • Pros: Easy to use, original features, backed by Apple.
  • Cons: Only for iOS devices (obviously!), You fight with a lot of clips.
  • Price: Free.
  • Available for: iPhone and iPad.


With a stack of awards to its name, GoPro’s mobile video editing application, Splice, aims to deliver desktop editing performance on your iPhone or iPad.

It has a wide range of free music and sound effects to layer over your video and will even sync your video to the beat of your soundtrack.

  • Pros: Developed by award-winning, prestigious GoPro.
  • Cons: Only available on iOS devices.
  • Price: Free.
  • Available for: iPhone and iPad.

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