Adobe Introduces Premiere Rush CC on Android after iOS

After launching the video editing app Premiere Rush CC on iOS, macOS and Windows last year, Adobe has introduced the editing app to Android.

But to run the app, you'll need a modern Android device.

For example, Google Pixel 2 and 3, Galaxy Note 8 and 9, OnePlus 6T lineups or Samsung Galaxy S9 and S10 such Android devices can run the editing app.
"Expanding device support is a top priority and we are working hard to add additional support over the coming months.", explained Adobe Customer Care team in a tweet.
Premiere Rush CC, an elementary version of Premiere Pro CC is designed for YouTubers and content creators.

The App includes features like color correction, resizing, adding motion graphics and it also allows to do minor edits in the audio.

Once you've finished editing, you can upload the video directly from the app on YouTube, Instagram and any other social platform.

You can start editing a video in Premiere Rush CC and continue the project in Premiere Pro CC.


You can continue editing where you left off on another device as your projects are synced to the cloud.



Premiere Rush is available free for a starter plan which allows you to export three projects free of cost with 2GB of cloud storage.

After that, you'll need a subscription, similar through Adobe Creative Cloud.

An individual plan costs $10/month with 100GB of cloud storage, team plan costs $20/month, and enterprise plan costs $30/month respectively.

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