If you're new to video editing and have a desktop PC or Mac, Premiere Elements is our top suggestion. It's a simpler version of the more sophisticated Premiere Pro, so the learning curve isn't as steep, and it's also less expensive. It's also accessible for a one-time price rather than a membership, unlike other Adobe applications.
Meanwhile, if you're a newbie looking to do professional video editing on your phone or tablet, we recommend Premiere Rush, which brings all of Premiere Pro's most critical features to iOS and Android devices.
Its user experience is clean and straightforward, featuring big icons and panels that are simpler to interact with on a tiny touchscreen. However, you still get a number of helpful capabilities, such as dragging and dropping films onto the timeline and mixing in music.