Most Android phones and tablets have some kind of video trimming tool already built into the camera. Not everyone is aware of that and some phones don’t make the option easy to use. YouTube has recently updated the YouTube for Android app to streamline the process of uploading trimmed videos from your phone. The YouTube […]
A couple of months ago I included WeVideo in my list of Android apps for creating flipped lessons. WeVideo’s Android app allows you to create and edit videos on your tablet or phone. If you’re looking to create a slide-by-slide instructional video in which you or your students talk about what’s happening on the screen, […]
Magisto is a free video creation and editing application for Android and iOS. Using Magisto you can mix together raw video clips, pictures, and sounds on your phone or tablet to create a video. A new Magisto feature only available for Android users allows you to draw on frames in your video clips and add […]
WeVideo is a cloud-based video editing service that I have been promoting in my workshops and on Free Technology for Teachers for the last year. WeVideo has offered an Android app for a while. WeVideo Camera allows you to record pictures and raw video and upload it to one of your existing projects. This weekend […]
Magisto is a free video editing app available for Android and iOS. The app allows you to add music tracks and some simple effects to your raw video footage. If you have a series of clips you can string them together in one video. To create your video you can use footage that you have […]
GoConqr is a service that offers tools for creating flashcards and mind maps. The GoConqr Flashcard app for Android allows students to develop sets of...
Parts of this post originally appeared on my other blog, FreeTech4Teachers.com. Google Keep is a great Android app for writing short notes and setting...