The Adobe Premiere Rush app on mobile allows you to capture and edit video on the go. If you also have Premiere Rush on desktop, all your projects are synced automatically to your desktop. This allows you to create videos anywhere and across your mobile and desktop devices.
Premiere Rush on mobile has the same features and capabilities as Premiere Rush on the desktop. One additional feature on mobile is the ability to capture videos and photos right from within the Premiere Rush app.
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about Premiere Rush on mobile.
Premiere Rush is built so that you can seamlessly move between editing on your desktop and mobile devices. You can use Premiere Rush only on desktop or mobile, or on both devices. All of your projects created in Rush can be accessed across your mobile and desktop devices. For more information on syncing, see How project syncing works in Premiere Rush.
Yes. On your mobile device, you can download Premiere Rush for free from the iTunes App Store for iOS (iPhones and iPads) or the Google Play Store or Samsung Galaxy Store (Android phones). Once you've downloaded and installed the app, you can sign up for a free Adobe ID (if you don't already have one). You can also sign in using your Google or Facebook credentials. With your free Adobe ID, you get 2 GB of cloud storage and the ability to export up to three videos.
Premiere Rush on mobile is available in all countries supported by iTunes, the Google Play Store, or Samsung Galaxy Store.
Premiere Rush is not available in China. This is because Adobe Creative Cloud services are currently not supported in China. As a result, Premiere Rush is not available in this region.
Get started with the app by going through the one-minute interactive tutorial that walks you through the basics of editing your first video. This tutorial covers all of the key steps and features in Premiere Rush that you need to create and share your video.
For further help on using Premiere Rush on mobile devices, see:
You don't need to do anything. Projects on Premiere Rush are automatically synced to Premiere Rush on desktop (as long as you have a good Internet connection).
If you're having issues accessing your projects across your devices, see How project syncing works in Premiere Rush.
When you're nearing the storage limit, you"ll see an in-app notification that prompts you to upgrade your storage.
You can then go to this link to upgrade your storage. In the screen that appears, enter your email address or Adobe ID, and click Continue to purchase additional cloud storage.
If extra storage is not available for purchase in your country, contact us to buy additional storage.
Your Premiere Rush subscription will still be billed from Apple, Google Playstore or Galaxy Store but you will receive a monthly charge from Adobe for the additional storage you have purchased. Contact us if you have any questions with this purchase.
You can install Premiere Rush on your Android device just like you would install any other app. For more information, see the Google documentation: Get Android apps and digital content from the Google Play Store.
There may be some syncing issues. Check your internet connection on both mobile and desktop. If the connection seems fine, try out the steps listed in Troubleshoot synchronization issues to resolve the issue.
You can provide feedback to us in the following ways:
You can influence the future of Premiere Rush on desktop and on mobile! At anytime, you can suggest a feature request on the Premiere Rush site on UserVoice, or upvote existing feature requests. When Adobe updates the status of a feature (for example, when a feature is added to the app, it will be updated to Completed in UserVoice), you get an email with the update.