Sometimes all it takes to transform a video and make it much more attractive is a few simple tweaks and improvements. Conventionally you would have to transfer it over to a computer to use a video editor, but now you can do so directly on the Android device that you use to record it with the help of Clip&Go.
In a nutshell Clip&Go is a lightweight Android video editor that is designed to let you come up with creative and cool videos as easily as possible. Due to its simple and intuitive user interface you will be able to start using it as soon as it’s installed and will quickly be able to explore and apply its many features.
Part of what makes Clip&Go so straightforward is its simple ‘drag and drop’ style of controls. Even assuming you have no experience editing videos you’ll find it a piece of cake to familiarize yourself with how the app works and will be able to start editing videos in no time.
Within Clip&Go you’ll find a comprehensive range of features that cover all the bases you’ll need to create great videos. Some of its more prominent features include its ability to:
All said and done considering how convenient, easy-to-use and feature-filled Clip&Go is, it really makes sense to try it out. Be sure to download it for free on Google Play so that you can try it out for yourself and witness firsthand how easy it is to use as well as what it brings to the table. Regardless of whether you want to create home movies, travel videos or simply short little clips to share on social media – this app is the key to being able to make them look just the way that you want them to.
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