While I have an iPhone, I've found Premiere Rush to be a great way to shoot and edit short videos in the field, and I'm happy to see Adobe bringing this app to more users. The app packs capabilities from both Adobe Premiere Pro and Audition in a simplified interface optimized for Android.
The streamlined software still includes tools for editing and stitching, color correction, cleaning up audio, adding Motion Graphics templates for text and titles, and resizing for publication.
Though Adobe is certainly trying to give creators a myriad set of tools to make pro-grade content to share with others, simplification is still a big focus here.
Adobe Premiere Rush is now available for Samsung Galaxy S10/10+, S9/9+, Note9, Note8, S10e, Google Pixel 3/3XL, 2/2XL, and OnePlus 6T. The interface of Premiere Rush is consistent across smartphone and desktop. It even has built-in support for one-click publishing to YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and others. All your projects are synced to the cloud, so you can continue editing where you left off on another device, including in Premiere Pro.
Adobe Premiere Rush is now available for select Android devices.
Be forewarned though. For the time being, devices that are confirmed to support Premiere Rush are rather limited.
You can try out Premiere Rush for free under a starter plan, which allows you to export up to three projects gratis with 2GB of cloud storage. Paid plans go for $9.99 per month for individuals, $19.99 per month for teams, and $29.99 per month for enterprise customers. For iPhone users, the app is available for iOS 11 or later.
Adobe says that the app will be compatible with more Android devices very soon. Prices begin at $9.99 per month for a standalone copy and it is also included as part of Premiere Pro and Creative Cloud All Apps plans.