Prisma, the app that took the Internet by storm for the way it converts pictures into an art, is finally, officially launched in India. Prisma was here as a Beta version for Android for a limited number of users but the APK was leaked and then the usage was blocked by the developers of the app just a few days back, but we finally are seeing this available on the Google Play Store.

the app is running quite well right now and it is able to convert the pictures and place the artwork in just about 4-5 seconds, for now, though we’re sure that this will change and we might see it slowing down for the first couple of days, given how virally it could spread and the number of users putting a load over the server at the same time.

Read: Things to know about Prisma app

Prisma for Android

As the app description says, Prisma transforms your photos into artworks using the styles of famous artists: Munk, Picasso 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. Check out our Prisma App Review to find out why we like the app.

Download Prisma for Android on Google Play Store:

Prisma Photo Editor
Prisma Photo Editor
Developer: Prisma Labs, Inc.
Price: Free+

Download Prisma APK for Android Official App:

Download the APK by following the link here. It is the official app that we have uploaded, so don’t worry about the authenticity of it.

Recently, the Prisma beta APK was released and it was widespread in no time, but the app then stopped converting artworks as the team behind the app wanted users to directly use the Public version and it didn’t take long for the app to be available.

Facing any issues? Comment below if you face any and if you found any fix for the same. If it is a network or overcapacity issue, that is well expected.



  • Garg Ankit, Jul 24, 2016 @ 6:27 pm Reply

    Thanks for this information. The app is still not coming up via search in the Play Store though!

    • Chetan Bhawani, Jul 24, 2016 @ 7:38 pm Reply

      It won’t at least for a few hours, thanks to the fakes who have been there since days.

  • Anshul Mathur, Jul 25, 2016 @ 7:38 am Reply

    Prisma app is not officially launched, and it’s good to see that Android version is now working fine as compared to that Beta version of Prisma app.

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