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(Pocket-lint) – Microsoft is adding a simple video editor to its Office mobile app, though it’s hard to say exactly why.
The feature was revealed in an update to the Microsoft 365 roadmap, which says a video editor will be rolled out for Android users later this month.
The editor will allow users to create and edit short video clips, as well as share them with people in their network.
There are already hundreds of great video editing apps for Android, so Microsoft’s decision to include one in Office is a bit confusing.
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It might be great for existing users of the Office app to be able to edit videos without the need for additional apps, but if you’re more serious about creating videos, you might want to try something like Premiere Rush CC instead – this undoubtedly offers more flexibility and tools.
This update follows Microsoft’s addition of premium creative content to Office. This feature allows users to add selected images, stickers and icons to their documents.
Again, nowhere near as flexible as something like Photoshop, but it’s really nice that you can quickly and easily add a little creativity to a platform that isn’t usually associated with such things.
Are these new updates a sign that Microsoft Office will continue to grow in a creative direction? Only time will tell, but for now, they’re still pretty handy to have.
Written by Luke Baker. Originally published on .