Last Updated: 2023-04-24
Best animation apps for Android
Pixel Studio: pixel art editor
Contains Ads In-app Purchases 1M+ installs
This app has Google Drive sync, and that makes it very easy to switch between devices and continue your project. Convenient color sliders, palettes, and pickers make getting colors not a hassle, and it overall feels responsive and pleasing to use. You can move and zoom with both speed and precision, select exact colors, easily make straight lines, use multiple layers, use an invisible background, save files in multiple formats, insert other images, and even load files to edit later. Good reliable experience, to export SpritesSheets in a usable format for programming, even allows you to figure out frame timing beforehand. Files can be saved to many types of folders, as different types of files can be accessed quickly and easily. This is the most useful, easy-to-use, and straightforward pixel art animation app out there by a long shot.
Draw Cartoons 2
Contains Ads In-app Purchases 10M+ installs
This app makes it so fun to make little shorts, and the ability to make your own characters, accessories, etc. There are so many cool characters and objects you can use, and you can even create your own objects and characters. You can pick a speed: slow or fast, or frame-by-frame. You can control the controls easily and make cool animations. Simple stuff, like effects and guns, requires a pro. Oh, and the text signs are a little bit too hard to use.
Stick Nodes: Stickman Animator
Contains Ads No purchases 5M+ installs
The tools, the custom stick-figures, the simplicity that fuels your creativity - all in one beautiful package. There are many options to make your animation work the way you want it to. Overall, this is by far the best and easiest-to-use animation app you can get to create simple animations. Down to the last minute detail, this is better than most computer animation software, and it's easy to learn.