Prisma is now out for Android officially, as the popular photo filter app has been made available to download in full form from Google Play Store. For all users of Android, Prisma app coming out from beta state, has released on its actual channel. It was first released for iOS earlier this month, then the company announced its beta version of Android APK but it was pulled quickly. Today it has finally landed into the Google Play for Android, updated for faster experience and some bug fixes.
The sensationally popular iOS photo manipulation app, Prisma has been second only to Pokemon Go in terms of summer trending apps, has now arrived on Android. Prisma’s makers say they’ve ported over all the iOS functionality, and there shouldn’t be any difference in user experience for filters and capabilities when you are at works of arts.
More than over 400 million pictures “prismed” and almost 10.6 million installs on iOS, Prisma for Android having barely been able to sustain its popularity among iPhone users. Prisma actually uses a cloud-based processing server, and that app doesn’t apply a filter on images the way that Instagram does, but instead rebuilds your photos by combining them with the style of another image, typically a classical artist’s signature look, using some brilliant AI.
Be an artist now! Turn your photos into gorgeous artworks using modern art filters – Stunning photo effects – Fast sharing, while Prisma transforms your photographs into its iOS counterparts. You can adjust, crop, zoom in or zoom out, rotate the photo and move on to the main part of selecting the art like filters. There’s a “unique combination of neural networks and deed artificial intelligence that helps you convert memorable moments into timeless art,” just after selecting the filter of your choice you can simply share the photo to Instagram, Facebook and other photo sharing/social networking sites.
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