Adobe had debuted its video editing app Premiere Rush CC on iOS, macOS, and Windows last year. Now, the availability has been extended to Android devices as well.
But to avail the video editing app users will need to have one of the newer Android mobile devices like Samsung Galaxy S9, Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 8 and Note 9, One Plus 6T, Google Pixel 2, and Google Pixel 3.
Premiere Rush CC is a simpler version of the Premiere Pro CC. Users will be able to use the app without having to know the operations of Premiere Rush CC. The app is aimed at video and YouTube content creators. The app syncs all the projects to the cloud which allows a user to continue editing from another device. The app is optimized for social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter.
For now, the Premiere Rush app is available for free through the “Starter Plan”. This plan lets you export up to three projects. A user needs to subscribe to Adobe’s Creative Cloud or buy a $9.99/month plan to access Premiere Rush. Other enterprise plans come at $19.99/month and $29.99/month.
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