Adobe Launches Significant Update to Premiere Rush

Adobe Launches Significant Update to Premiere Rush

Adobe’s Premiere Rush application, an all-in-one tool for shooting, editing, and sharing videos, has just received a significant update.

Premiere Rush has already been available for Windows, OS X, and iOS. The software brings simplified versions of tools from Premiere Pro and Audition (Adobe’s pro video and audio tools, respectively) into a single app. With a focus on creating and sharing online videos, Rush has always had an emphasis on portability, enabled by Adobe’s creative cloud.

The new update brings Premiere Rush to Android phones, via the Google Play Store and Samsung Galaxy Store. While I have an iPhone, I’ve found Premiere Rush to be a great way to shoot and edit short videos in the field, and I’m happy to see Adobe bringing this app to more users.

Along with the new Android app, all users now have access to new Motion Graphics templates. A number of additional templates are also available via Adobe Stock.

The starter plan for Premiere Rush offers access to a full featured version, and is available for both desktop and mobile users. Users can create an unlimited number of projects, but are limited to exporting up to three projects.

If you find the software useful, a number of paid plans are available. Premiere Rush by itself costs $9.99 a month for individuals, with $19.99 a month team and $29.99 a month enterprise plans also available. It is also included in the Creative Cloud All Apps plan, along with the Premiere Pro single app plan. Finally, the Student plan also allows access to the app.

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