I have a pixelbook that allows me to download Android apps but the premiere Rush says it's not compatible with my device. So I'm unable to edit on my laptop which has a Chromebook (pixelbook).
Omphile Makiri commented
Here saying let us bring the Rush to the Chromebook. It is about time.
(Edit: On the day I decide to leave this here, I update my Chromebook and it seems that Adobe Rush is now available for download. I use the Acer Spin 713, if that counts for anything.)
GAME HUB TV commented
2022 and still no Adobe rush for chromebooks
Rajeev Verma commented
Please add Adobe Rush support on Chromebook.
Philip Browne commented
I would GREATLY benefit from rush on my CHROME OS. In fact, I am hugely dissapointed I can not. I will need to get used to other editing software in the meantime.
Hyrum Hansen commented
I can guarantee that hundreds of people in my organization will download Adobe Rush for Chrome OS once it is made compatible. I bet some of them would even purchase the paid version.
Sharae LM commented
please add premiere rush to chromebooks
David Lowrey commented
Still no Premiere Rush for Chromebooks....
Tim Moody commented
Steven Boet commented
Make it available for Chrome OS. It's a real shame that you didn't support this from the start. A
paid app like this should be ready to go an ANY platform.
Jonas McLeod commented
Another vote here for Rush
Dennis Hirschfelt commented
K12 desperately needs Adobe to come along with the rest of the EdTech industry and fully support Chromebooks. It is where our students are and have been for quite some time. Native PWAs are the future. Skip adapting existing Android apps altogether and focus on PWA that requires a valid Creative Cloud subscription. Spark is an excellent example of Adobe doing this right. Don't stop there. PhotoPea and WeVideo are eating your lunch and making you look bad. It's only a matter of time before every district asks why we're paying for Adobe Creative Suite when we're also paying for WeVideo and PhotoPea is free.
Ron Newman commented
Please add Premiere Rush to a Chromebook. I am a teacher and in the classroom I use nothing but Adobe Premiere Pro. However, during NTI our school only furnishes Chromebooks and most of my students are using them. Therefore, they are missing out on so much and I don't have the funding to furnish 200 iPads.
David Roberts commented
Please support Adobe Premiere Rush for Chromebooks.
Wouter van Leeuwen commented
MONIQUE GAUDIN commented
PLEASE!! Most school districts only have Chromebooks for students so they can not use Premier Pro and without Rush the ONLY option out there is WeVideo
Jason Ellis commented
Please add support for Chromebooks. With so many students working virtually, this would be a great way for the students to be able to download and use the Adobe software. As of now, my students have no way to edit videos on the only devices our district was able to purchase.
Don Hutton commented
I would love to be able to edit all the educational and promotional videos I shoot on my new Pixel book. I was so disappointed to find that the amazing Premiere Rush app I have on my phone wasn't compatible with my Pixel book :/
El. S commented
Please and thank you 🤗
Pozharov`s Chromebooks commented
Adobe, you should port Adobe Premiere Rush to Chromebooks, because it will bring world standard of video editing to fast growth segment of market. There is profitable for you and convenient for us. And it's very easy. Look at chromeos.dev
Chuck King commented
Please make Rush available for all Chromebooks, android and otherwise.