Along with the Pok mon GO mobile game, another thing that has created a huge buzz around the world is the Prisma app, which turns your photo into a classic art. Available for iOS, the Prisma app has become massively popular within over a week of its launch. The app has also received some rave reviews from both critics and users. Going by the huge demand, the app is now soon coming to Android, and already a beta version of the app has been released. Also Read - Warning! Delete these 20 malicious apps immediately promising Minecraft modsAlso Read - 5 best Yoga apps for iOS in 2021: Use these apps and start your journey to fitness
You can download the beta version of Prisma app via the company s official website. You need to sign up to get an invitation to try out the beta. Please note that you can download the beta only after getting the invite.
If you go to the Prisma website just says Coming soon on Android. The “Sign up for news button” appears below. You will have to sign up using your user name and password. Your invite will be sent to the e-mail id you have registered from.
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Besides the Android version, developers of the app are now planning to launch some more features such as Prisma Video, 360-degree images and new ‘styles’, reports TheNextWeb.
There are many sites that are providing APK files of the Prisma app to Android users. We strongly recommend not to download these APK files as it could install malware on your smartphones.
Now that the beta version is already available, the final version is most likely to be rolled out shortly. Hence, we suggest users to not take risks and install what could possibly be fake Prisma apps.
Prisma is a simple to use app. All you need to do is click a photo using the app s built in camera or upload a photo from your gallery. You can then rotate the image or crop it, and then select from the 33 options available with the app. Once the filter is applied, you can swipe to the left or right to change the intensity of the applied filter. With just a few taps, you can convert your photo from Picasso to Gogh and more.