The wildly popular Prisma app which allows photographers to add fine art filters to images on their camera phones has just unveiled a new offline mode.

The addition means users will be able to capture images and process them to look like paintings without needing to be connected to Prisma’s servers.

Launched only in June 2016, Prisma is used by more than 55 million people on iOS and Android platforms.

Prisma’s app now places 16 filters on your Apple or Android device and processes images quicker in offline mode than it did using cloud processing.

The Prisma offline mode is currently available for iOS and will be rolled out to Android in the next few weeks, the company says.

It is thought that Prisma could be introducing its art filters to video footage before the end of this year.

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