A few days ago I participated in a #BlogNow Twitter discussion about blogs, photos and videos. Folks were asking about good video mobile apps. I put in my two cents. It is a subjective list because I wanted to only suggest known vendors that have a viable product. And it is just my opinion.
I tried not to link to an app that has no public track record, has major complaints about it (meaning that the dislikes far exceed the likes) and doesn't cripple the program in order to get you to pay for the to "pro" version.
One more thing. I am on the Android side of the fence at the moment. Just waiting for one more price drop before I go Apple. Or Windows. Or Ubuntu.
Android Video Editing Apps
Not anywhere as cool as iOS apps but there is hope. Many of the current Android video apps are just trimmers; not video editing software.
There are two worth a look at:
Magisto Video Editor http://www.magisto.com
WeVideo (Beta) http://pages.wevideo.com/android-beta for Samsung and Google Nexus devices. Read the limitations on the free service and the terms of service before using.
iOS Video Editing Apps
You can go beginner to Pro/Am on the iOS mobile platform. There are editing apps, apps that support filmmaking and those apps that can help filter your way to greatness.
Animoto has a mobile app http://animoto.com/blog/company/mobile-video-iphone-app-update
Magisto Video Editor for iOS http://www.magisto.com or Apple App Store
Pixoral: Free but ad sponsored, $1.99 for premium version http://www.pixorial.com
YouTube Capture http://www.youtube.com/capture
This is the first out the gate; hopefully there will be more Magix Movie Edit Touch form Microsoft App Store
YouTube Video Editor http://www.youtube.com/editor
I tried to stay with entry level, easy to use software for novice users. I lean toward free but have no problems and issue paying for a quality app.
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