If you are looking for a simplified analogue of the popular “native” iMovie video editor for tablets and smartphones Apple, consider as a worthy replacement the shareware Splice app in an updated version, which in many functions is in no way inferior to its more famous 'to a colleague'.
Why shareware? Because iTunes offers Splice in two versions – paid and free. They are not particularly different, let's face it, it's just that the paid version is launched without annoying ads. The price is quite reasonable, we advise you to choose the paid version of the program.
What can Splice do? Almost everything that you usually expect from a video editor is the use of photo and video filters, the ability to overlay an audio track and subtitles / comments on a clip, cut and improve video quality, edit videos and many other pleasant little things. To download original sound effects, you can connect to the Splice Store while editing a video or connect your phone to an iPod to select an audio track for your video.
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The updated version fully supports touch control and HD format. The interface is very convenient, there are a lot of effects and filters, and it is not at all difficult to learn how to use them. You can easily create slideshows, edit home videos and upload the resulting masterpieces to YouTube and other social services right from the application.
Verdict: An excellent, inexpensive, easy-to-use video editor that takes up little space on the phone's memory, supports the ability to edit clips in HD.
Developer: Path 36, LLC
Price: Shareware, paid version costs $ 1.99 without ads
Compatibility: iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch (3rd & 4th generation), and iPad (questionable status). Requires at least iOS 4.2.
Install from AppStore: Splice