LumaFusion Expands Beyond Apple – Now Available for Android and ChromeOS

November 10th, 2022 Jump to Comment Section 2
LumaFusion Expands Beyond Apple - Now Available for Android and ChromeOS

The simple video editing app for iOS and iPadOS LumaFusion is now also available for Android and ChromeOS devices. The early-release beta version can be purchased for $19.99, the shipping version will arrive by the end of the year and it will cost $29.99.

The video editing app for mobile devices, LumaFusion from LumaTouch has been around on iOS and iPadOS machines for a while already. Back in 2019, we published a workflow guide for LumaFusion on an iPad Pro. Earlier this year, when LumaTouch released version 3.1, they also teased that LumaFusion will come to other operating systems too. Well, today is the day – on top of Apple mobile devices, LumaFusion is now available for Android and ChromeOS as well. Let’s take a quick look at the details.

LumaFusion fro Android and ChromeOS

First of all, the new LumaFusion for Android and ChromeOS is still in the early release beta version. While these should already be very usable and stable, there might be a bug or two. The app can be now downloaded from either Google Play Store or Samsung Galaxy Store for a reduced price until the final shipping version arrives. More on the pricing later.

As LumaTouch claims, LumaFusion for ChromeOS and Android is an entirely new app, built from the ground up and specifically designed for the ChromeOS and Android OS platforms. The development team did their best to keep the LumaFusion workflow the same on whichever device the users choose.

As included in the LumaTouch press release, key workflow, user experience, and editing features include:


  • Layer up to 6 video and 6 audio tracks (number of layers determined by your device type)
  • Powerful magnetic timeline with insert/overwrite and link/unlink clips
  • Display track headers for locking, hiding, and muting tracks
  • Use preset effects or create your own
  • Add markers with notes
  • Cut, copy, paste in your timeline and between projects using multi-select
LumaFusion on Android and ChromeOS. Source: LumaTouch


  • Layer effects; green screen, luma and chroma keys, blurs, distort, styles and color
  • Use powerful color correction tools
  • Select from included color LUTs like FiLMiC deLog or import your own .cube or .3dl
  • Animate with unlimited keyframes
  • Save and share effect presets

Speed FX

  • Create slow motion/fast motion forward and reverse
  • Create smooth slow motion using 120 and 240fps files
  • Edit with time-lapse video


  • Keyframe audio levels, panning and EQ for perfect mixes
  • Fill-from-left / right for dual-mono audio captures
  • Duck music during dialog with Auto-ducking


  • Create multilayer titles with shapes and images
  • Adjust font, color, face, border and shadow
  • Save and share title presets

Project Manager

  • Create projects with a variety of aspect ratios (including landscape, portrait, square, widescreen film)
  • Work in frame rates from 18fps to 240fps
  • Duplicate, add notes, and use color-tag projects

Media Library

  • Use media directly from your device
  • Link to media on USB-C drives – only download what you use on the timeline.
  • Import media: cloud storage (Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive)
  • Storyblocks Library (In App Purchase) includes thousands of royalty-free music, sound fx, videos, and backgrounds
  • View detailed metadata for your media
  • Rename, add notes, and color-tag
  • Sort and search to quickly find what you need

Share Features

  • Easily share movies with control over resolution, quality, and framerate
  • Create a snapshot of any frame
  • Archive projects for backup or edit on another device
  • Available Purchases – Subscribe to Storyblocks for LumaFusion to access the full library of music and clips
LumaFusion on a Chromebook. Source: LumaTouch

Pricing and availability

LumaFusion for Android and ChromeOS is now available on the Google Play store, as well as the Samsung Galaxy store. Since it is still an early-release beta, customers will receive a 30% discount resulting in a total price of $19.99 (one-time purchase). When the final shipping version becomes available, which should be by the end of the year, owners of the beta version receive the update at no additional charge. Once the shipping version goes live, the price will be $29.99 – just like LumaFusion for iOS.

Do you use LumaFusion for video editing? What do you think about the new Android and ChromeOS support? Let us know in the comments section underneath the article.


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