VidTrim Video Editor

VidTrim is a new app in the Market where you can do some light video editing straight from your Android device.  There are two versions, a free one, and a paid one.  What’s the differences between the two?  The main thing is the ability to save its 10MB file onto your SD card.  The paid version is only $0.96, so in my opinion, it’s probably worth it.

What does it do?  Well, exactly what it says. It trims down videos right on your device, has a “save as” feature, and allows you to read and delete them. With the paid version, you also get the ability to rename the videos.

At the very least, it’s worth checking out, especially with the fully-functional version for under a dollar.  For the record, it is necessary to be running Android 2.2 (FroYo) or better on your device.  It has been tested to work on the Nexus 1, Samsung Galaxy S, Nexus S, and according to FrAndroid, the Droid Eris.

To download VidTrim, use the QR codes below:



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  1. Ronald Pottol
    December 31, 21:06 Reply

    Why don’t you have clickable links, or is there some way to use a qr code from your phones browser, as I never read youfrom my desktop?

  2. Alan
    January 20, 03:59 Reply

    Works well on HTC Desire HD too. Easy to understand and well worth the cash for the better version. I always BUY my apps if it’s possible as I believe the app developer is entitled to some small reward for his/her efforts (and I’m a so-called “tight fisted Scot”) LOL.

  3. Tommy
    March 28, 02:18 Reply

    I’ll try it soon, thanks!

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