Adobe Premiere Pro has been around for quite a while, and many video editors swear by it (or they use Final Cut Pro). Adobe made Premiere Pro so that it is a great tool for those that make movies, as well as those that are pretty new to video editing. Adobe has been working lately to bring a number of their products in their suite on over to mobile platforms like iOS and Android. With Photoshop Express already being available for iOS and Android, today, Premiere Clip launches on Android, after being on iOS for quite some time.
With Adobe's Premiere Clip, you can create videos from the photos and videos on your phone. Now don't expect to make something fancy, like you'd be able to do with the desktop version of Adobe Premiere Clip. Premiere Clip also includes a number of royalty-free songs that you can put into your video. Royalty-free is important in case you want to post this video on YouTube or somewhere else. If you are a Creative Cloud user, you can easily save your work from Premiere Clip and open it up on Premiere Pro on your desktop, whether that's Windows or OS X. Making it simple to take your project anywhere, and work on it at anytime. Now you don't have to subscribe to their Creative Cloud service to use Premiere Clip, it is still free, however to take advantage of all their features like CreativeSync, you will need to subscribe to Creative Cloud. Which syncs fonts, files, and so much more.
Video editing on your smartphone or tablet is hardly new. There have been a number of options available for quite some time on Android. However, Adobe is one of the first big name companies to bring their video editing app to Google Play. With so many professionals using Premiere Pro, the mobile app Premiere Clip is definitely going to be popular. The Adobe Premiere Clip app is supported with Android 4.4 and higher, additionally, it also appears to not support tablets, at least not yet. That is likely going to change real soon.