Prisma, the photo-editing app which is currently taking down the tech world, will be launched soon for Android. The app which turns our usual images into works of art, has been an overnight success. Using a unique combination of neural networks and artificial intelligence, the app could make any picture look like a work by artists like Van Gogh, Picasso or Levitan. Android users who felt envious about this, will soon be able to get a taste of this great app on their smartphones.
The app which launched last month is already the number one app in more than 40 countries, with an average rating of 4.4. It has been downloaded about 7.5 million times, with more than 1.5 million active users daily.
Considering the volume of Android users, it wouldn’t have been a good decision to make this an iOS-only application. And the developers -Prisma Labs inc. – know this very well. The website of this company provides a download link for the iOS version. And it says ‘Coming soon on Android‘, with an option to ‘Sign up for news‘, which acts like an invite system of sorts.
If you want to join the bandwagon and be a beta tester, then visit the site to sign-up. Provide your name and email-id and you will receive a surprise in your inbox soon. We hope you have a blast exploring the unique capabilities of this app.
Note that the app is still not available on Play Store. In case you wish to dive straight into the app, click on the link below for the apk. The app has been tested by us, and it is working fine.
So, how excited are you for the Prisma Android App? Are you going to go in as a beta tester or use the app directly? Let us know in the comment section below.
UPDATE: The developers have stopped the Prisma Android Beta Phase. If you try to edit an image, you will get a response – “Thank you for trying the beta. Please, wait for the official release.” It seems that the developers were taken aback by the huge response they got since the beta version apk was leaked this week. Since the app uses data from servers, they have put up the same message on every artwork. So, let’s wait for the official release of the app on Play Store, which will happen soon anyway.