Prisma finally available on Android

The app uses artificial intelligence to make pictures look as if they were works of art


News Desk July 25, 2016
PHOTO: PRISMA-AI

Prisma has finally released on Google Playstore. The app, which had the beta version available earlier, can now be downloaded by Android users in full form.

There are also rumors that the app’s developers are in talks with other companies about a possible acquisition.

Forget Instagram, you need to download this app now

Prisma is not the only app that allows users to edit their pictures but the app's unique feature is that it uses artificial intelligence to make pictures look as if they were made by famous artists.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BHrj6qrAVL0/?taken-by=hassaankahn
https://www.instagram.com/p/BHseWZzg2CY/?taken-by=ellinki
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Prisma’s co-founder shared some stats about the app during the short time it’s been available:

1. Over 400 million photos have been ‘prismed’

2. It’s been downloaded over 10.6 million times on iOS alone

3. The are over 1.55 million daily active users

4. Daily downloads maxed out about 700,000

This Android version will have the same feature as the iOS version that was released earlier. Users can either take a new photo using over 30 filters or can choose to edit an existing one.

Prisma releases Beta app for Android

Developers had announced earlier that they will release a video version of the app that would make it possible to edit entire videos with the apps filters.

Prisma continues to add new filters to the app and delete the least used ones. The app can be download for iOS and Android on their respective stores.

This article originally appeared on The Next Web.

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