Adobe Premiere Rush now available for select Android devices

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Software major Adobe on Wednesday announced that it is rolling out its first cross-device video editing app "Premiere Rush" to Android phones. Looking to satisfy YouTube creators and others who need to output professional videos quickly, Rush occupies a middle ground between simple app-based tools and pro applications. The highlights of this app include various Premiere Pro capabilities that have been optimized for mobile devices, such as customizable Motion Graphics templates, AI-powered audio clean up, graphics creation and audio mixing, and more. Android users can find it in the Google Play and Samsung Galaxy stores. The app is a trimmed down version of Premier Pro CC and After Effects CC. The interface of Premiere Rush is consistent across smartphone and desktop. You will be able to capture high-quality videos easily (depending on your phone's video quality of course), begin editing by dragging and dropping and then start using the tools within the app.

Be forewarned though. For the time being, devices that are confirmed to support Premiere Rush are rather limited.

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Adobe Premiere Rush is now available for select Android devices.

The Premiere Rush starter plan is available for free, which gives customers access to all the features with an ability to create unlimited projects. 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. The company also shared plans for adding options to control video speed and to enhance the performance of the apps. While the app was launched for iOS users a year ago, the Android version was slated for an early 2019 launch and Adobe has delivered. It is also included in the Creative Cloud All Apps plan, along with the Premiere Pro single app plan.

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