Best movie-making apps for kids on Android

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Whether your kids want to become the next award-winning movie director in the Hollywood or simply land a career as a popular vlogger, shooting one’s own film has never been easier with the use of mobile devices. Most of these apps include effects and filters that help the young users add flavor to their movies.

The following apps are curated from the Google Play Store as they are deemed the best in this category for shooting and editing videos. Without so much ado, here they are.


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Animoto Video Slideshow Maker

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Animoto Video Maker offers an easy and simple method of creating slideshows that will then be linked to the app’s official website. The app allows kids to make video slideshows with a length of up to 30 seconds. There’s an option as well to download their videos or send them to friends via email, social media, or text message. Users, however, must be 13 years of age and up.

→ Download Animoto Video Slideshow Maker from Google Play


Related: How to create video of your photos on Android


Magisto Video Editor & Maker

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Magisto – Magical Video Editor allows the young users to match up user-generated footages with the app’s automatic editor as well as add a background theme, soundtrack, and time span into the mix to make fun mp4 videos. The app is mostly targeted at teenagers, though they may not be able to control cuts while there are limitations to the final length depending on the type of user subscription.

→ Download Magistro Magical Video Editor from Google Play


Related: How to trim videos on Android


Flipagram

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Flipagram is an easy-to-use slideshow maker that allows the young ones to showcase their video creations, which may include clips from their most recent family trip. The app helps kids widen their imagination though animations or slideshows out of still images. Teens can also view projects created by others through Instagram.

→ Download Flipagram from Google Play

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