Prisma, the photo editing that has been a huge hit on iOS is now available for Android users. It also topped the apple charts in 54 countries under the Photo and Video category. Last week, its developer had announced to launch the beta android app in coming days and at that time, there is also preview version that was live for a day. Though the developer had mentioned to release the beta version and also collected mail ids to get the early access to try out the beta app, but now the app is available for all Android users.
Unlike the normal filters in regular photo editing apps, Prisma is said to use artificial intelligence (AI) to convert the regular photo into an art. It includes 36 filters that make the normal smartphone capture to look like an art. Earlier, the developer also mentioned to bring the video and 360-degree photo support for Prisma, but there is no time frame mentioned. We are sure that the Android app will also be as successful as iOS app. The converted image can be shared on various social networking apps from the same screen.
Tip: The Prisma watermark that comes enabled by default can be removed by the disabling the “Add Watermark” option in the app settings.