Adobe Premiere Clip available on the Google Play store

Adobe Premiere Clip is available on Android devices now too! The software as been around on PCs and Macs for a looong time and a mobile version for iPads and iPhones was released earlier last year. Now it is finally time for the Android devices to enjoy. Plus, the app is not destined for professionals only; it was made for everyone’s enjoyment.     Premiere Clip will attempt to make video editing easier by automatically creating a video from your photos and recordings. The app will also try to match the resulting video to a soundtrack you provide. The music you choose can come from your media library or from an existing set of royalty-free music. You have access to editing from inside the app and you can transfer parts of your project to a desktop version of premiere without ever losing your markers or edits.     What could Adobe Premiere Clip have over other apps that take on video creation? Name recognition for one. Of course, the desktop integration feature could be very useful itself, as you will get more time and space to create the perfect video on the go or in one sitting at your desk. Give the app a look below:  

Twitter rolls out DM for Groups and Built-in Video capture and editing features

Twitter is rolling out two new features, specifically Group DMs and Built-in Video Capture and editing. The group direct messaging allows up to 20 people to talk to each other at the same time in a conference-like setting. You can use emojis and even share Tweets with your closest friends.     The direct messaging feature also allows people to start conversations with their followers even if they do not know each other. The messages in threads are available to all participants exclusively. The video recording feature allows users to add videos on a Twitter app via a basic experience. The capture button is used to record clips by pressing and holding it. The time limit is 30 seconds and they can be later arranged or removed via the editing interface. Videos can later be shared to the user’s timeline with thumbnail previews similar to Vine videos. The features will rollout these coming weeks.   [googleplay url=””]