Prisma App is a newly-released IOS and Android app that transforms pictures into work art and makes them look like a painting.
The app, using its smart artificial intelligence algorithms and powerful clout servers, also allows you to apply amazing filters and cool artistic effects to your photos.
Developed by Russian developer Alexey Moiseenko and eight others, Prisma was initially released for IOS devices on June 11, 2016. The free app gained a huge popularity among the Apple users after which the team also released its beta version for Android on July 19.
But you no longer need the beta version as the official version of the app is now available on the Google Play Store, where it is being downloaded about 2 million times per day.
Prisma also has more than 10.6 million downloads and 1.55 million daily active users on the IOS platform just after first seven weeks of its release.
How to Install Prisma from Google Play Store
Follow these steps to install this app on your Android smartphone or tablet.
(1) Open the Google Play store on your device and sign in.
(2) Now type Prisma in the search bar and click the app.
(3) Now click the install button at the top right.
(4) Click on Accept to begin the installation.
(5) Once the installation is done, the app will be stored in app section, and you will also see its icon on the screen.
How to Download Prisma APK on Android
The Android users from the countries where Google Play Store is not accessible can download the APK file of Prisma app on their devices.
(1) Download apk file of Prisma app from here.
(2) Go to your mobile Settings > Security > and select the Unknown Sources box.
(3) Now open the Prisma app and start editing your photos in different ways and share them with your friends and family on social networking websites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Prisma Will Soon Offer Video Editing
Another great news for the Prisma users is that its developer team has announced that in the next few weeks, it will roll out a tool for both Android and IOS that will let them apply similar artistic effects on the short video clips.
The addition of this feature would help the app stand amongst other top video editing Android apps such as Adobe Photoshop Express, Photo Editor Pro and Google’s Snapseed.
Prisma team is expected to bring in more features to its app in the next few months, such as the inclusion of VR and 360-degree photos.