Prisma: the popular photo transformation AI based app which is available on both iOS and Android platform. It has become the most popular app among users. Prisma is launched on Android platform since 10-12 days before. Since the Google play store is flooded with lots of duplicate prisma apps.

ESET researchers discovered fake Prisma apps of different types, including several dangerous trojan downloaders. These fake apps can easily trick you in retrieving your personal details, could take access over your phone and much more.

How to download genuine Prisma app?

To download the genuine app, all you need to check few things. Check the publisher name which should be Prisma Labs, inc. Now tap on Read more and scroll down to end, there you should check Developer e-mail, which should be [email protected] and Offered by should be Prisma Labs, inc.


Beware of Fake Android Prisma Apps on Google Play Store
Beware of Fake Android Prisma Apps on Google Play Store


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Prisma offers one of the best artistic photo transformation and is getting increasingly number of downloads around the world. It has about 29 filters. Prisma is completely free to use. It is obvious that many are not going to like the watermark logo of Prisma on every pics. But it is not really to be unliked because you can remove that logo watermark easily.

How To remove Prisma logo watermark?

  • Open Prisma and navigate to settings
  • In settings Add Watermark option would be there, just tap on the switch parallel to that option and turn off.
  • Here you go, now no logo watermark would be visible on your photos.

“Prisma transforms your photos into works of art using the styles of famous artists: Van Gogh, Picasso, Levitan, 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 pieces.”

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