Adobe has been immaculate when it comes to the mobile devices. Despite the limited ability when it comes to editing videos on your mobile devices, Adobe has pulled off many wonderful applications over the course of years. Their recent addition for the world of mobile is named Project Rush.
I personally use mobile for quick video editing options. It is tough for me to boot the computer, pay a handsome amount of money to purchase a video editing software. I use FilmoraGo which is one of the best video editors in the world available for free. It is not that I do not want to pay but I do not want to pay for something that I can do on my PC for free such as just cropping a video clip.
Adobe Project Rush is currently accepting beta testers for the Android. The software is set to be released on both Android and iOS and probably all the devices that can handle the software. With our current mobile configurations, it will surely be easily possible is the general thought and opinion overall. This app would be a part of their Creative Cloud series and would also support cloud transfers for all your devices. It is surely a wonderful innovation on the mobile devices overall.
Adobe has not yet announced the pricing yet for the application but the general idea would that this will be a monthly subscription service rather than a pay once kinda app. Also, personally, it is great to see so much dedication put into an app for a mobile device. Generally, most of the apps that claims to be a video editor would rather be infested with advertisements. I do not mind paying for a video editor on the mobile devices as I used to pay $7 for FilmoraGo. Are you looking forward for Project Rush? Let us know in the comment section.