Smartphones and tablets have become true portable multimedia edition studios. And that is definitely thanks to applications like InShot - Video Editor Music, No Crop, Cut, capable of working with audio files and both static and dynamic images from the same interface.
A practical and fun editor.
Thus, from the same application, you can join or merge videos, trim them or crop them, add music, apply typical Instagram effects or even incorporate text and emojis, making InstaShot one of the most complete multimedia editors you can download to your Android smartphone or tablet (it's also available for iPhone if you use an Apple device) with which you can work on audio, video, and photography.
InShot: all-in-one photo, video and music editor
The APK of this Android app comes along with a series of functions that allow us to apply different editing settings to these files. Some of them, in the case of images, with the intention to be able to share them on social networks like Instagram:
- Trim, crop or delete part of a video with the trim & cut function.
- Add your own music to the videos.
- Synchronize audio and video.
- Control the volume of your audio files.
- Add texts and emojis to your photos and videos.
- Apply image effects.
- Dozens of preset filters.
- Create collages with up to 9 different images.
InShot for PC? Does it exist?
Due to the great performance of this image, audio, and video editor, many users want to know if there's a version for Windows with which they can con work on their multimedia files straight from their desktop computer. Well, unfortunately, there's no InstaShot for PC and it doesn't look like there will be one anytime soon. We'd usually tell you the same old story about installing an Android emulator of the likes of BlueStacks to use it on Windows, but really? With all the great native editor for Microsoft's operating system and you really want to install the APK of this mobile editor on your PC? Regardless of how good it is on your phone, it's not worth using it on your computer.