Since the pandemic forced people to stay at home, many finally found the time to pursue their passion for content creation, particularly making videos. With the continuously developing technology, lots of aspiring content creators these days start out with filming—and even editing—by simply using their mobile devices.TOP STORY: 10 Universally Flattering Hair Color Ideas If You're Planning a Makeover
Ready to start your own vlogging journey? You can use these mobile video editing apps to create your own vlogs:
Through Splice, users can trim video clips, add transitions, and apply various filters and effects to create simple but aesthetic videos. Splice is available on iOS devices like iPhones and iPads.
The VN app easily lets users stitch together video clips and layer different types of media to produce professional-looking videos. The video editing app is available on iOS and Android devices.
This video editing app is also relatively easy to navigate through. Users can also layer photos or videos on top of each other and easily add background music to elevate their videos. It's available on both iOS and Android devices.
Inshot allows users to trim videos and split clips. But unlike other options, the app also allows merging separate clips together. You can also add in text and stickers to make your videos more aesthetically pleasing. The app is available for both iOS and Android users.
If you own an Apple device, it usually already comes with this video editing app. You can stitch multiple clips together to create one video, change their sequence, or split them into separate clips. The app is available on iPhones, iPads, and even on Macs.
Through FilmoraGo, users can trim video clips, apply #aesthetic filters from numerous options provided on the app, and add text or emojis to accompany the videos. It's available on both iOS and Android devices.
Newbie vloggers can trust VMaker to come through for them with their ready-to-edit video templates. You can also add music and stickers as well as cool effects to your clips. The app is available on iOS devices.
*This story originally appeared on Candymag.com. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.