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Best Video Editing App for iPhone & iPad (2020 Review!)

The BEST video editors for iPhone & iPad in 2020! Here’s our 2020 review of the leading options, and our pick for the best video editing app for iPhone (and iOS) this year.

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Best iOS Video Editor in 2020:
► Lumafusion –

► Adobe Rush –
► Inshot –
► VLLO –

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Time Stamps:
00:00 Best Video Editing App for iPhone & iPad
00:45 iPhone & iPad Editing App: Options
01:55 iPhone & iPad Editing App: Shortlist
02:09 Adobe Premiere Rush
04:10 Adobe Premiere Rush: Pricing
04:56 InShot
06:52 InShot: Pricing
07:58 Lumafusion
09:55 Lumafusion: Pricing
10:36 VLLO
13:17 VLLO: Pricing
14:17 Summary

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— Best Video Editing App for iPad & iPhone in 2020 —

In this video we take a look at the latest iPhone & iPad video editing apps, including what’s changed since our last roundup in 2019, a review of the leading iOS video editors right now, and our pick for the BEST video editing app for iPhone & iPad in 2020.

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  1. From those has been editing for 5 years with imovie, when i started using vllo the monthly paid version for my movies and yt vids, it's amazing for beginners but i have more ideas on how i want each scene to turn out. It became not enough. But i just wanna say that vllo was great. Worth the money. 10/10 would recommend. Now i'll def looking in luma fusion for the more advanced settings.

  2. I can testify the lumafusion is totally worth the $30, I upgraded from iMovie and it wasn’t too hard to learn, took a few days of playing around but I was so happy to have so much more control that was missing from other mobile apps

  3. A comment on Videoleap long after this video was created: ITS TOO MUCH PAYWALL! Now they just locked away keyframing (the stuff that helps change values like position, volume, colour etc. without having to constantly splice up your work. The automated review answers (on the app store) don’t help either, saying “This app is completely free, blah blah blah”. Pretty scummy, don’t recommend as there is no point of having it unless you want to pay hundreds of dollars to have it for more than a year.

  4. I've been using lumafusion for about 2 months now I've used videoleap before that and my personal favorite is lumafusion cause of everything it has to offer

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