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For an app that I pay for I expect much better than I am getting! When I first got the app and the subscription, it was wonderful and I loved the filters and the creative options it gave me. Now I need to close and reopen the app in order to use it after I do the first filter. I get the message “Something went wrong. Please wait a moment and try again later.” Then I can do maybe one or two more before getting the message again and having to close and reopen the app. And staring today I cannot use it at all, I continually get that message no matter what filter o try to use or how many times I restart the app. I even deleted and reinstalled the app with the same issue. I know the monthly payments are not terribly high, but I am very choosy about the apps that I pay for and my expectation is that if I am spending my money I should be able to use the product I am paying for so very disappointed with the situation and thinking of getting rid of my subscription and the app all together. I do not like to waste my money.
...I recently did the 3 days free trial of the premium Prisma subscription, as before now I’ve always been a free (SD) user. Now many of these filters are amazing and give your photos a painted or very interesting style, however, the built in camera is lacking greatly in manual controls, in the fact there aren’t any controls other than tapping your shooting area (to define auto focus and exposure) and your shutter button. Due to this, if your natural lighting isn’t bright enough, then typically the filters will not work as well. Furthermore, after playing with many of the filters and adjustment settings, as well as flipping back and forth between SD and HD mode, I don’t see much of a difference in quality. So for the base price of $4.99 a month, I’m lost as to where all these features are that make up for forking out the extra money a month and/or year. If Prisma can update it’s camera mode, and add more adjustment features I’d certainly be more willing to pay.
When I first signed up for this app, I had no complaint. The filters are beautiful. I love looking at other users’ photos. But there’s this thing that’s been happening consistently for the last five months. People are getting banned for no reason. They are then told by a prisma representative that they were flagged by multiple users for inappropriate content. But the offending photo is something like a tree, a building or a road. It makes no sense. And it takes days and tons of e-mails back and forth to resolve the issue. When prisma support finally realizes the user has been unfairly banned, their explanation for what happened seems like a cop-out. The solution to this issue seems obvious. Have a prisma rep check out the “offending” photo before banning. But it’s still going on. I paid for a year’s subscription to prisma before this started happening, so I’m still an active user. But I probably won’t pay again once the year’s up, if this issue isn’t resolved. If you’re thinking of paying for the full prisma app and you’ve made it through this whole rant, you might want to think twice.
This is a cool app. It's got a lot of cool filters. Your images won't really look like paintings though. They'll look like altered Photoshop images but they'll still look really cool. I had a crash issue just before writing this review. I fixed it by shutting down all apps on my iPad and then restarting the iPad. That seemed to fix the problem. I think the problem I have with this app really isn't with this app in particular but with all photography apps now. They all seem to want a subscription. I already pay a subscription fee. I pay $10 a month for Lightroom and Photoshop. Currently the most advanced photo editing software on the market. The iPad and iPhone just don't have the processing power to keep up with Lightroom and Photoshop. So apps on these platforms perform one or two functions or a group of simpler functions that Photoshop performs... but demand 1/3 or 1/2 of the monthly price. If you pay the yearly subscription for Prisma you're still paying about 1/6 of the price for filters that you have no control over. No adjustments, no sliders. Yes, you can adjust the opacity of the filter, but that's it. Having said all that, I pay the yearly fee. It's taken some of the cool out of the app but I use it a couple times a month. At two times a month I'm paying about ¢80 per use. Take that into consideration. It will give mostly satisfying results overall. Take that into consideration too.
I wanted to try this App to see what kind of great photos I could create with the filters, but the first thing I was bombarded with was a Privacy Update that I must agree with in order to use the App. After reading about all the data this developer and their third party friends collect about each user who is using the app and what websites they go to, I decide to immediately delete this App. I have become more turned off by how developers are asking or better yet PUSHING users to give them free reign over collecting personal data about how you use the App, your device and what websites you choose to visit. This is not in my interest to give them this information so they can send me ads tailored to my interests. Guys leave my personal data out of your app or give me the choice to ban you from collecting it and I may use your app. However if you choose to force your customers to agree with something they are not comfortable with granting.... then you will obviously find less people willing to use your product. Count me as one of those people!!
*** App of the Year 2016 ***
*** 120 Million users ***
Prisma is a photo editor app that creates amazing photo effects transforming your photos into paintings. Using Prisma’s art filters you can make your photo look as if Picasso, Munch, or even Salvador Dali himself painted
it for you!
HUNDREDS OF STYLES
You'll find more than 300 art styles in Prisma’s art filter library. Prisma has the largest collection of different artistic styles to choose from.
Find your favorite one!
NEW ART FILTER EVERY DAY
Prisma releases a new art filter every single day. Just open the app and you'll be sure to find a new awesome Daily filter! We also release special styles from time to time. Don’t miss them either :)
Join Prisma's community, share your creations and get some inspiration. There is a Feed full of the beautiful pictures created by the community. Follow other users, discover new publications, and chat with others.
FINE-TUNE YOUR PICTURES
After applying art filters, enhance the results using image enhancement tools. In the photo enhancement mode, you can find a wide range of photo tools like exposure, sharpness, contrast, brightness, etc.
There are two different Prisma Premium Subscriptions (1 & 12 months):
– Prisma Premium – 1 Month cost $7.99
– Prisma Premium – 12 Months cost $29.99
Prisma Premium Subscription:
Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. The account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.
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