Prisma, the trending photo-editing app is now out of beta on Android and is will be available to all Android users on the Google Play Store.
Prisma is basically an app that lets its users convert their photos into works of art and further relies on artificial intelligence and the neural networks to pick out some of the best filters for pictures.
The kind of photos you will get after editing on Prisma, makes the Instagram or Snapchat filters look positively boring. Prisma was earlier available on iOS, and was then beta-tested on Android.
Prisma app on Android
This app is only one month old but the app has already topped the iOS app charts in many countries with over 1 million daily users, all thanks to its artistic filters.
So the question is how does Prisma work on Android? Firstly, Users have to upload a picture, and then the next step is to choose a right filter.
Prisma users are the styles of famous artists like Van Gogh, Levitan, Munk, Picasso, as well as world famous ornaments and patterns to create its filters.
Prisma’s website has said that, the app relies on a unique combination of the neural networks and artificial intelligence to turn the user’s photo into a work of art.
The filters have names like Curtain, Running in the storm, Impression, Mondrian, etc and the added advantage is that you can choose to define the intensity of a filter that you may apply by swipe left or right.
There’s a plus point for the people who are social media enthusiast, as Prisma allows a direct share on Facebook and Instagram.