Make an Android slideshow with videos, photos and music
Make an Android slideshow online
A slideshow is a great way to tell a story using different forms of media, without the need to capture it in one video. You can add photos, GIFs, videos - all with music - and bundle them together to make a movie of memories.
However, creating one isn’t always easy and would normally require buying pricey software or potentially harmful third-party apps. Until now.
So if you’re looking for a free slideshow maker for Android phones or tablets, you’ve come to the right place. Our tool won’t cost you a penny and works entirely online, meaning you can access it from a browser on your Android device.
How to create a slideshow on your Android device
Upload your media
To get started, tap the ‘Choose files’ button at the top of this page and select the media you want to appear in your slideshow.
Don’t have it stored on your device? No worries - if you have it in the cloud, our Slideshow Creator for Android allows uploading directly from your Google Drive or Dropbox accounts. Just tap the down-arrow on the right.
Here you can also paste a link to an image or clip that’s already on the Internet and it’ll upload automatically. If you’d like to add more content this way you can do so in the next step.
Create, edit and experiment
Here you can get creative and create your story via the timeline under the preview pane at the top. To upload more, simply hit the ‘Add more files’ option below.
Adding music as a backing track will help bring your slideshow to life. You can do this via the next option down. Trim it and adjust the volume, if required.
Next you’ll find ‘Crop options’. Choose which platform you’ll most likely be posting the slideshow to as this will ensure it’s displayed correctly.
If you’ve added images, don't forget to choose how long they’re displayed for under ‘Image duration’. Lastly, you can add a crossfade to the media by ticking the box underneath and change the output format, if needed. We recommend MP4 for Android.
All done? Hit the ‘Create’ button at the bottom.
Check it and download
Now it’s time to give your slideshow one last preview before saving it back to your Android device.
Need to tweak something? No sweat - just hit the ‘Back to edit’ button to make any quick changes without starting from scratch.
Lastly, save your slideshow back to your Android device or cloud storage accounts via the ‘Download’ button and you’re all done.