NEW DELHI: Prisma photo-editing app has finally got an update that actually brings new features to it. Until now, the Prisma Inc had been rolling out updates but all of them dealt with the app’s bug fixes and stability improvements. The latest update applies to both Android and iOS.
The updated app now lets users crop images instead of applying filter on the complete image. Besides that it is also possible to rotate images. It is worth mentioning that images clicked from inside the app cannot be rotated or cropped. Only those images imported from the handset’s gallery can be edited with these features.
The update has also solved the problem of delay in filter processing time. Now the app relatively takes less time to convert images into the selected image filter. Nothing else is included in the update for now.
Prisma is reportedly working on a tool which will allow the application of its artistic effects on short video clips as well. The company says that the technology is ready and is expected to be rolled out in the coming weeks. The app makers just need to update the computing infrastructure to support the complexities involved in handling videos before going live with the feature.
Unlike most other photo-editing apps which simply overlap the filter effect on the existing image, Prisma creates the complete image from ground-up using its artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
Prisma, the photo-editing app on Android and iOS that shot to fame within days, is giving a tough time to the seasoned apps like Pixlr, Snapseed, Photo Editor Pro and others.