Video creators are constantly on the pulse with the latest in content creation. What separates stellar videos from average videos is the video editing apps and tools used.
Some creators are well versed in professional tools like Final Cut Pro X or Adobe Premiere Pro but mobile editing apps have changed the game. This has allowed more creators to express their creativity and produce quality content right from their phone without missing a beat
The best video editing apps that professional creators are raving about this year are Mojo, Unfold, and InShot. Here’s why each of these modern tools makes a huge difference in your content creation game.
1. Getting to know Mojo
Mojo is a vertical storytelling app that provides a wide range of unique templates to help elevate content creation. Creators have been using Mojo to upgrade their Instagram stories, Facebook stories, and Snapchat.
Mojo has the capability to support videos and photos on multiple platforms, including iOS and Android. The 19 different templates they offer, let creators tell stories whether it’s news, marketing or storytelling to name a few.
The best part is most of the perks are for free. There is a priced tier, but we recommend you check it out if you’d like to improve your creativity. We promise you it is worth it.
2. Getting to know Unfold
Unfold is another vertical storytelling app that offers theme-based templates to help support short-form videos and stories. The simple drag and drop interface allows creators to quickly produce high-quality videos with various themes.
Similar to Mojo, Unfold too has multi-platform mobile capabilities, but ensures any user can get started with 15 preloaded templates for free.
Stop everything and download Unfold now.
3. Getting to know InShot
InShot is described as an all-in-one visual content editing app. Creators use it to shoot videos, add copy-right free music, and utilize the apps editing features.
InShot features allow creators to change the speed of footage, add filters, transitions, text and so much more!
The best part is the app is very user friendly and guides users along the way. InShot basic allows access to the majority of the features.
These are just a few of the top video editing apps that creators are using to stay relevant and connected. We are always curious to hear more trends creators are using. Feel free to leave us a comment on Twitter @fireworkhq.