Love Video Maker With Music is a free video editor for Android by developer Gato Negro. This app is similar to others, such as Video Star, VivaVideo and Compose Music Video Editor, which allow you to create videos and photo slideshows with a twist. However, this video editor is geared towards love.
Yes, that’s right. Everything in Love Video Maker With Music relates to love, allowing you to create romantic music videos, photo stories, and everything else associated with love. Mind you, this isn’t only a romantic love app, as it also has features for family love and friendship.
Easily create loving media
Love Video Maker With Music allows you to create fantastic media without prior knowledge. It lets you easily cut, copy and split video frames, use 3D animation assets over video or pictures, and add filters.
But as the name implies, this video maker works with music, too. This means you can also create romantic music videos using your footage, with several templates to choose from.
For Valentine’s Day and beyond
Love Video Maker With Music is perfect when it comes to creating love-related slideshows and videos, but it’s also a competent editor in itself. This means you can use it for non-romantic situations too. It offers good-quality results, and nothing feels bland or generic.
However, the stickers you can add to the images are mostly related to love and friendship, so if you’re looking for that feature in a more generic way, it wouldn’t be the best app for it.
Quite simply a Love Video Maker With Music
Just like Zoolander’s “Center for Kids Who Can't Read Good and Who Wanna Learn to Do Other Stuff Good Too”, it’s great that apps go straight to the point with their names, too. This is the case with Love Video Maker With Music, where the developer gives away what it does without you second-guessing anything.
Most importantly, this app does exactly what you expect it to do in a good-quality way. The only issue is that there are a lot of ads displaying at the most critical points. As a result, users have complained and claimed that the ads block them from reaching the gallery.