Prisma is the new mobile editing craze of the moment

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Editing photos on your iPhone or Android device is basically a requirement these days for any social media post. Whether you use Instagram, Twitter, Google+, or Facebook, posting a picture without at least one filter is passé.  The latest mobile editing craze is Prisma and admittedly I got on the train using the iOS app. Now Prisma is available on Android and it’s seriously a fun app to use. Prisma is doing some really cool things that other apps like Snapseed, VSCO, and Instagram just can’t do. Take a look at some of the filter options Prisma offers below, there are more than what you see here, over 30.

Prisma transforms your photos into works of art using the styles of famous artists: Van Gogh, Picasso, Levitan, as well as world famous ornaments and patterns. A unique combination of neural networks and artificial intelligence helps you turn memorable moments into timeless art pieces.

Prisma was released on iOS some weeks back and it has become one of the most popular iOS apps on the App Store. Now that the Android app has released it too has become popular. So popular that Prisma servers seem to be having issues handling the load. Some users are experiencing popup notifications telling them that the service is over capacity.

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While the company probably didn’t anticipate the popularity of the app, it is getting frustrating for some users having to wait sometimes hours before they can actually use the service. There are other apps that do similar things but this one is a bit more unique than what we’ve seen in the past. While it’s certainly frustrating to have to deal with over worked servers, it’s worth the download and at least trying it out.

Are you using this app? How do you like it? Are you getting the over capacity message? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

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Last Updated on January 23, 2017.


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