If you want to basic edit your videos on your smartphone then there are a lot of apps o the Google Play Store. But which one to install and use? here we have a list of apps that lets you do that in the blink of an eye. There’s even an app that might be installed on your phone right now which lets you do this but you don’t know about it.

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Google Photos

This app might be already installed on your smartphone but you don’t know the potential of this app. Apart from backing up your pictures, this app also comes with a built-in picture and video editor. This app comes with three important tools to edit your videos which are also basic and simple to use.

The first one is to stabilize the video, if your video is a bit shaky then you can stabilize it using this option in Google Photos. You can trim the video as well, using the timeline shown below the video. There is a tool to rotate the video if you accidentally recorded it in a wrong orientation.

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Filmora Go

Filmora Go is a popular app if you want to make a cool compilation of your video and pictures to share with friends. This app comes with a pretty basic and simple user interface that explains pretty much every feature on the app.

This app comes with a wizard-like interface that helps you to edit your videos in a step by step process. This app comes with a bunch of filters built-in to make your videos better. It also comes with some presets which automatically change the videos into the perfect loop.

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Adobe Rush

Adobe Rush is a new video editor that Adobe released via a partnership with Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone. This app is a simple yet powerful tool for editing videos on the go, on your smartphone.

This app comes with some powerful tools which you find on some high-end video editing apps. You get a timeline interface to edit your videos perfectly and you get some music recommendations right into the app.

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Wrapping up

These were the apps that let you edit your videos in a simple interface and are free to use for a lifetime. There might be some in-app purchases to maybe remove the ads or unlock some premium features.

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