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Videoshop Video Editor gives you tons of editing tools that let you do just about anything to a video. And more features keep arriving at a steady pace; since the app rolled out just over a year ago, it has been updated 15 times.
With apps that constantly evolve, it can be difficult to judge at any one time whether they're worth $1.99 (also available for £1.49 in the UK and AU$2.49 in Australia). But in this case, the many features and the developer's clear commitment to making the app better, make me definitely say yes.
What is this video editor missing?
In short: Not much.
The list of features for tweaking and stylizing your videos is exhaustive. You can add filters and video effects, text overlays, apply styles or themes, do voiceovers, music, sound effects, splice and trim clips, add photos, crop both photos and video, speed up or slow down a clip, apply a slow-motion effect, play a clip in reverse, capture stop-motion content, adjust exposure, copy clips, and add transitions.
With a list like this -- especially on a smartphone -- I'm hard-pressed to think of another feature I would want in a video editing app.
Creating a video in Videoshop is a straightforward process. Launch the app, capture or import content (you can use both video and photos), edit, and publish. Immediately upon launching the app, you're taken directly into the main editing screen.
A scrollable row of editing options sit just above the clips at the bottom of the screen. Selecting any of the listed options brings up its respective controls, where you can then apply, preview, and save or cancel the changes. I found the tools to be responsive, with a little delay from the time of selection to the tools being present.