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Graava (Version 2.0.3)

Reviewed by Marisa Moore, MBA, RDN

Synopsis of the App​​
​Graava is an automatic video editor that identifies the best clips in existing footage to compile an edited video.

 Platform and Price
Free. Apple and Android.

RDN Score
4 out of 5


  • Simple, user-friendly design.
  • Record a “smart video” highlighting important moments to keep or automatically create an edited video from existing content.
  • Set the final video clip length with just a few taps.  
  • Easily frame the shot using the Graava grid tool.
  • Fine-tune the final video by adding or removing clips, cropping, and rearranging content.
  • Add a soundtrack from your library or the Graava music library, which including children’s, dance, electronic, hip-hop, pop, rock and folk genres. 
  • Adjust output video quality from 480p to 1080p.
  • View videos from the Graava community for inspiration.
  • Save video to the camera roll or share to numerous social media platforms in one tap.
  • Use the helpful tutorial to immediately start making videos with ease.


  • No apparent way to remove the watermark from final videos.
  • Noted a few choppy transitions in final videos. 
  • App crashed a couple times during use but project was always restored. 

Bottom Line​​

Graava is a hands-off video editing solution. If you’ve been hoarding unedited video footage on your smartphone, Graava can help you churn out clips that are ready for primetime in no time. 

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