Our mobile phones are essentially computers that we can put in our pockets. They allow us to surf the web, play games, chat with our friends, edit photos, and edit videos. When it comes to video editing apps, there are quite a few to choose from, like Samsung’s Movie Maker app. However it looks like Samsung will be killing off the app.


According to reports, it looks like following the update to Android P, it seems that Samsung will be killing it off. This is according to messages that users are receiving when the app is launched in which Samsung states that the app will no longer be available after Android P has been released.

They also note that all projects will be deleted which means that users will want to quickly export their files before it’s too late. However note that Android P’s release is still a very long way off and if previous releases are anything to go by, chances are we are looking at a release towards the later part of the year.

This gives users some time to export their files, although we suggest not waiting until the last minute. That being said, it’s also probably a good time to start researching on alternative movie editing apps for your phone.

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about Android, Android P, Apps, Google and Samsung.

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