Adobe has announced that Premiere Rush, the company’s all-in-one cross-device video editing app, is now available for select Android phones. Available for download through the Google Play Store and Samsung Galaxy Store, Android users can now capture, edit, and share online videos to their chosen social platforms.
Premiere Rush is now available on Samsung Galaxy S10/10+, S9/9+, Note9, Note8, S10e, Google Pixel 3/3XL, 2/2XL, and OnePlus 6T. Compatibility for more Android devices are also on the way.
Premiere Rush packs powerful capabilities from Adobe’s professional tools like Premiere Pro and Audition into one simplified workflow that’s been optimised for Android devices. It integrates intuitive editing, simplified colour correction, AI-powered audio clean-up, customisable Motion Graphics templates, and publishing all into one easy-to-use solution that works seamlessly across desktop and mobile.
Premiere Rush also automatically syncs all projects and edits to the cloud, so users can access the most up-to-date version whenever they need it, allowing them to work from anywhere, on any device. And, with a consistent user experience across Android phones and desktop computers, they can start a project on one device and publish from another all without missing a beat.
In addition to the Android launch, new Motion Graphics templates are available for Premiere Rush, adding to the hundreds more in Adobe Stock that can be used to customise videos.
Explaining the reasoning as to why Rush was built on top of Android Pie (P), Jon Barrie, Strategic Development Manager, Creative Cloud for Video Adobe A/NZ, commented, “Premiere Rush for Android is built on an all-new GPU driver for Rush to operate at full potential. Expanding device support is a top priority and Adobe are working hard to add additional support over the coming months.”