6 Things You Need to Know About the Sensational Prisma Photo App

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Step aside, Instagram: The latest photo-enhancing app craze is Prisma, an app from Russian developers that turns prosaic smartphone shots into art.

The app uses artificially intelligent cloud processing to apply the looks of master painters such as Van Gogh, Picasso, Munch, and Mondrian to your digital snapshots. Here are a few things to consider when using this really impressive app and some pointers to its future directions.

It's still early days for the Prisma app, as you'll see in some of the takeaways included in our slideshow, but the future looks bright for the budding yet impressive software. The app is free to try out for yourself (for now), so if you're an iPhone user who wants to be dazzled by your own photos turning into art, get over to the iTunes App Store. For more background, click through this short slideshow for some insight.

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