Just after a month of launching it for iOS, Prisma is now available for Android users. The app’s AI-integrated filters have become a rage among selfie lovers, which made it the talk of the app town. Five days ago, Prisma made the beta version of its app live for select Android users through a sign-up system. Thankfully, the app is now up for free download on Google’s Play Store. Here’s the link to download it from Play Store.
Prisma is not an ordinary photo editing app that is used to enhance background, skin tone, add emoticons, but it transforms your ordinary picture into an art masterpiece. Famous artists like Munk and Picasso are the inspiration behind the filters given in Prisma. Ever since its debut on iOS, Android users have been feeling left out. Many Android forums witnessed queries about Prisma’s launch timeline on Play Store.
In a report by an app-research website – AppAnnie, Prisma had beaten apps like WhatsApp and Instagram in popularity on Apple App Store. The app has topped the charts in countries such as Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Latvia, and Moldova.
Prisma co-founder publicly revealed some stats about the app:
- Over 400 million photos have been ‘prismed’
- It’s been downloaded over 10.6 million times on iOS alone
- There are over 1.55 million daily active users
- Daily downloads maxed out about 700k
Besides, the app makers have also promised that users will get new features with every update for the app. We expect that these new features could be the introduction of new filters. Also, the app will also shed its least favorite filters from time to time. The removal of least used filters would create a way for the debut of new and improved filters for users.
Similar to Instagram, on Prisma, users just need to select a photo from the gallery or click a new one within the app. After selecting/clicking a photo, the app presents different filters. Users can choose their preferred filter and share the image on social platforms such as Instagram or Facebook.
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