Adobe's new video app Premiere Rush is designed for streamlining video editing - and now that workflow is available for Android users.
We'll probably see support for Premiere Rush expand to other handsets in the future, especially since it seems like the recently-launched OnePlus 7 Pro is a shoo-in for support given that the 6T is one of Adobe's launch devices.
Adobe seems particularly interested in attracting content creators to Premiere Rush, as it allows them to shoot video and then implement edits like simplified color correction, audio clean up, and motion graphics before sharing directly to sites like Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.
The Starter Plan comes with 2GB of cloud storage, Adobe Fonts and Adobe Portfolio, whereas the Premiere Rush Single App comes with 100GB of cloud storage.
Plans for Premiere Rush start at $9.99 for the standalone version. You can edit up to four video and three audio tracks, utilize built-in templates (and customize those), add music or voiceovers, change videos between landscape, portrait, and square, and sync it all to the cloud with an Adobe account. Like Adobe's other cloud-based apps, Rush is created to allow editors to access projects anywhere, and without Android compatibility, that portability was missing for a large group of users. However, Premiere Pro was unavailable on the most widely used mobile platform, Android, but that was only until today.
The app is already available on the Play Store for just about anyone as long as their device meets the app requirements, which don't seem to be too restricting, but if you're a Galaxy device owner than Adobe has partnered with Samsung to give you an optimized version of the new application that can be downloaded from the Galaxy Store. Samsung Galaxy users can also receive a 20% discount on the software's subscription.
The app debuted on iOS, macOS and Windows past year. It's a part of the $9.99 Creative Cloud All Apps plan too.