Prisma is publicly available for Android users turn photos into art
Five later after coming to Android as Beta, the Prisma app is open to all users of the little robot system, from version 4.1 Jelly Bean. The app, which is successful in Brazil and in the world among users of iOS devices, is also promised for Windows Mobile 10 (and already has some alternatives in the Windows Store).
Prisma Lab, the company responsible for the development, launched the first app in June this year, exclusively for iPhone and iPad users. The Prisma uses artificial intelligence to apply artistic effects to photos. More than 30 filters available, some inspired by the brushstrokes of Van Gogh and Picasso. There are also filters sponsored by companies that must pay good money to developers.
With simple interface to be used, the program provides direct integration for Facebook and Instagram. Like Instagram, the user can select an image in the gallery for changes or make a new image from the programinha camera. Each filter can be applied to a greater or lesser extent, leaving more stylized image or closer to reality, the user simply slide left and right.
In addition to integration with Instagram and Facebook, Prisma also allows the user sharing on all Android applications that allow this feature from other apps. Here are some figures released by the co-founder of the newly app:
- More than 400 million photos were “prismadas”
- It has been downloaded over 10.6 million times in the iOS
- It has more than 1.55 million active users per day
- daily downloads reached about 700 000
The download Prisma is free and the user can choose to remove the watermark that is placed in the lower right corner of the image, if you prefer. Just go to settings and uncheck the option. The app is compatible with Android 4.1 or later, and with iOS from 8.0.
Features of Prisma for Android App & iOS
- It is an incredible user interface app
- It only takes 10 seconds to a course of action or else to convert your image.
- Prisma for iOS is also available over the internet at free of cost
- You can also take a photo in the real time as you open this amazing app
- Once, if you take a photo, then you can also select any one of the 33 filters. Also, you can also swipe to the either right or left to alter the intensity of the filter which is applied.
- This app employs a deep studying, or else an artificial neural system composed of several layers to transform the picture into a work of art.
- This app is at present accessible only in 25 nations as well as obtaining around three lakh downloads around ten of those marketplaces per day.