The LumaFusion app will give users of Android and Chrome OS access to the fundamental editing tools. In addition, users can edit audio directly from USB-C drives, apply effects, make multilayer titles, edit audio using Graphic EQ, and perform many other tasks.
The LumaFusion app for Android and Chrome OS was created from the ground up to replicate the iOS experience. It is reported to function well with keyboard and touch interfaces.
Recall that LumaFusion made its Android debut with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series. When Google released new video editing features for Chromebooks in July, it was once again emphasized.
LumaFusion App Reaches Android and Chrome OS
The beta version of the LumaFusion app is currently downloadable via the Google Play Store and even the Samsung Galaxy Store. Interested parties can get it for $19.99 (about Rs 1,633) after receiving a 30% discount. Users must pay the original amount of $29.99 (about Rs 2,450) in order to post the stable release.
According to reports, after the stable version is launched, users who join up for the app’s beta programme on Android or Chrome OS won’t be charged any more fees. Customers who opt to purchase during the open beta will receive the final version at no additional cost when it becomes available, according to the LumaTouch website, which is its parent company. We’re still working to improve the open beta so that it can deliver the complete LumaFusion video.
So, will you go ahead and try out the popular LumaFusion video editing app now that it can be used on an Android phone, tablet, or Chromebook? Let us know in the comments below.
Get LumaFusion on Google Play Store or Samsung Galaxy Store