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I’m going to assume you’re new to editing, but any consumer type editing app can handle a simple video such as the example you provided. Essentially, the video consists of a collection of stills with titles laid over the images. Sony Movie Studio, Pinnacle Studio, Corel – all are entry level programs that have much the same functions. Most of these are under $50.
You might even find some apps on Cnet.com that allow for a free trial and you can edit during the free trial period.
Make sure any images you use are large in size, at least 500 x 500 or thereabouts. If you use small images, they will pixelate when enlarged in the edit program.