How to Add Basic Graphics to Your Video for iOS and Android

There are many apps to add graphics to your video. We will highlight two for iOS and two for Android.

For iOS, OSXDaily found it easy to add simple graphics within iMovie which comes pre loaded on new iPhones but can be purchased in the app store.

With Overvideo, Mădălina Ciobanu writes that "video can be imported from your device or filmed within the app, and footage is displayed in a timeline. This makes it easy to scroll through and tweak the on-screen duration of each visual element added, at a glance." Below is a video tutorial by Stelapps.

Liza Brown writes in Filmore.Wondershare.com " FilmoraGo is a free app for both iOS and Android which is easy and simple to use. Even beginners can film, edit and share their work instantly."

With Video Editor Trim Cut Add Text, Liza writes "you can choose the color, font, size and the thickness of the lines etc. You even have the freedom to choose the position and duration of the text appearance. It is also possible to write freehand on the video sections."

There are links to more apps for both iOS and Android in these two articles: 5 iOS apps for adding text and graphics to your social videos by Mădălina Ciobanu and How to add text to videos on Androids by Liza Brown