Prisma is a photo editing app for smartphones that uses Artificial intelligence (AI) and neural network to turn any photo into a masterpiece. It was first made available for iOS in June this year and with one million downloads in the first few weeks, the app has gained huge popularity. Later on July 19th, the beta version of the Android app was opened for few hours while the public launch happened on 24th of the same month where it is officially listed on Google’s Play Store.
The Android app of Prisma is downloaded by more than 1.7 million users in the first 24 hours. In the last couple of months, the developers made a little progress by launching a new bunch of filters. However, the biggest improvement is the availability of the app in the offline mode, but unluckily it was still limited to the iOS users. After teasing for several weeks, today the Prisma Video was made live and as seen earlier, the feature is limited to just iOS users.
With 130MB in size, the Prima App with video mode is listed on the App Store with the version 2.6. The users can convert the video from Gallery or record the video to make it into a Prisma artwork. Most importantly, the video feature works without the internet. In August, a new app named Artisto which is said to create prima videos is listed on Play Store, but the users still waited for Prima’s original video feature. So now the Prisma Video is only available for iOS users and the duration of the video is limited to just 15 seconds.
Soon we can also expect the Video support for Prisma app for Android. The developers also announced that the GIF feature will be available in the coming weeks. If you are an iPhone user, update your app to the latest version and see how beautiful the Prisma video looks. In case, if you are an Android users like me, we need to wait for few more days to test out the Prisma Video.