Best Apps for YouTubers

There are hundreds of apps out there that can make your life as a YouTube creator easier. The problem is, you don’t know which ones to pick. I’ve done the research and testing so you don’t have to (okay, well someone did). These are the top 10 best apps for YouTubers.

1) Video Speed controller

Video Speed Controller is one of the best apps for YouTubers because it’s free, easy to use, and adjustable. You can change the playback speed for any video that you are watching or making on your phone. The app doesn’t need access to photos, which means that it won’t slow down your phone.

2) YouTube Creator Studio

This app is only available for Android users, but it is extremely helpful for YouTubers. It can be used to upload videos, manage playlists, and adjust video details such as descriptions and tags. It also provides analytics to help you keep track of progress. This youtube playlist analyzer app comes with a lot of cool features that you shouldn’t be without.

3) Social Blade

Social Blade is probably the most entertaining app on this list. It allows you to check your total subscribers, how many views each of your videos have gotten, and see some other amazing statistics. If you’re really into YouTube stats like I am, then there’s no reason not to try this one.

4) CaptionSync

This app is perfect for when you want to add comment or annotation tracks to your videos with ease. It allows you to use your phone’s voice recognition in order to create accurate transcriptions of what people are saying in the video. The app also has a caption creation feature that can be used for subtitles.

5) YouTube Music

This is a fun app that allows you to listen to music on YouTube via your phone. It works with artists, tracks, and playlists as well as offering a radio feature. This can be a life-saver if you’re looking for new songs to include in your videos without any hassle.

6) TubeBuddy

TubeBuddy is one of the best content creators only available for Android users. It makes editing and uploading videos easier by adding a plethora of features that you won’t find on the YouTube app itself. You can use it to schedule and plan videos, create custom thumbnails, check view counts, and much more. This app is definitely worth checking out if you get serious about your videos.

7) Snapseed

Snapseed is a powerful photo editor app that allows you to edit any of the photos on your phone. Though it’s mainly used for images, it also works with videos and offers several features such as color correction and ‘structure’ which makes backgrounds look like professional photos. This app is easy to use and has some great results so there’s no reason not to try it.

8) Adobe Voice

This is the best app for vlogging that I used to create my most recent YouTube video. It has several features such as recording, sound effects, and special animation tools. The only downside is that it doesn’t have a watermark option, so you’ll need to come up with your own before putting any videos on YouTube. Still, this is a great app that you definitely need to try.

9) Magisto

This app automatically edits videos for you, so it’s perfect when you don’t have the time or energy to make your own video. It has over 100 million users and works with photos and videos from your phone. All of this makes it one of the most powerful and versatile video editing apps out there, so give it a shot.

10) Kingsoft Office

This is the app that you should be using to edit your videos. It allows for multiple video files to be opened at once and has features like cut, copy, paste, and more. This makes editing long videos much easier than usual since you won’t have to waste time uploading them. The app allows for annotations, watermarks, and even the ability to share directly to YouTube.

Wrap Up

These are just a few of the many apps available for Android users who want to take their experience with YouTube up a notch. If you have some other great suggestions, please feel free to mention them in the comments.