Adobe Premiere Clip is the official video editing program for Android. As with the classic Adobe Premiere for PC, here you can easily edit short video clips directly from your Android without any transcoding. The best thing about Adobe Premier Clip for Android is that it works on both phones with built-in Flash support and on tablets that support Slide. You can also directly import video from your webcam or other video capturing device to use in Adobe Premiere Clip on Android. Even if your primary smartphone doesn't have Flash support, you can still import your files using Adobe Premier Clip on Android to get the most out of the software.
The interface for Adobe Premier Clip on Android looks similar to the iPhone version. The main screen has a large selection of modules for editing, cropping, restoring, and tagging. The Android version also allows you to add files from a USB drive or any other location. This new feature is very useful for those who may not always be right at their computers, such as those who are always traveling. With the ability to import videos directly from your camera, you no longer need to worry about transcoding your videos from whatever device you happen to be using.
Despite lacking the flash feature of the iPhone, the quality of the images offered by the Android version of Adobe Premiere Clip is good enough for most people who will be using it. If you're the type of person who uses a good amount of Adobe products on a regular basis, such as the iOs version, then you'll probably find that the appearance of the Adobe Premiere Clipping app on your smartphone is fine for your needs. However, if you use your phone for video editing purposes only on occasion, or if you rarely use any kind of computer, then you might want to consider another video editing app that makes more sense for your phone's capabilities.