Prisma is an amazing photo editing app that will soon come to the Windows 10 platform. The app is currently available only on the iOS platform, and the fact that the developer is planning to bring it to Windows 10 before releasing it to Android could point to a growing developer interest in Microsoft’s platform.
Prisma is a very popular app on iOS that allows users to apply a series of filters to their pictures, turning them into real artwork. The news that Prisma is coming to Windows 10 was actually confirmed by one of the company’s representatives, but he didn’t reveal how they would do that.
It is possible the Prisma app for Windows 10 could actually be a native Windows 10 app, or the developer could use a cross-platform technology to get the app from iOS to Windows.
Thanks to Prisma’s special filters, you pictures will look similar to Van Gogh’s and Picasso’s painting.
The app is free on the iOS platform, and it should also be free on Windows.
Prisma uses complex technology to edit your pictures with special effects generated by artificial intelligence and neural networks. The app is cloud-supported, which is a minor disadvantage because sometimes it may take a bit longer for the app to finish applying filters.
Prisma has a simple user interface and after taking a few pictures, you’ll get the hang of it. The app is perfect for social media sharing as you can easily share your pictures on Instagram and other websites.
However, there are also some disadvantages. For one, the app doesn’t offer before-and-after views. Very few photo-correction adjustments are made and as far as the picture format and size are concerned, you haven’t got much of a choice as the app produces only square images.
Although the developer hasn’t mentioned anything about the possibility of adding new features to the app, it is still possible that the upcoming Prisma app will introduce some Windows 10 exclusive features we’ll be able to test out once the app is released.
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