Remember Prisma, the photo app everyone went nuts over a few months ago? The app makers have now rolled out video support from the iOS app with Android update in the works. Now users can turn their 15-second videos into artistic clips.
Additionally, the new update processes the whole video on the phone under a minute.
Earlier for photos, Prisma used to send the image to the server for the conversion into an artistic piece. That caused a lot of server outages and made the users angry. But now you can apply effect even if you're not connected to the Internet. There are nine effects available for videos as of now.
The company told The Verge that it is working on the GIF support as well. It'd be really cool to have effects over already popular GIFs.
Meanwhile, Prisma's main competitor Artisto has gained popularity in US by breaking into top 10 into the App store and into top 50 into the Google Play store.
Prisma, which was launched in June, shot its way to fame and top of the charts of the App store. Initially launched only for iOS, the app later launched an Android version which was downloaded almost 2 million times every day for the first week. In the first month after the launch, it had converted more than 65 million photos.