The Prisma app, which turns photos into paintings, is now available for free download on Android, and this is not the beta version which was launched just five days ago. The move by Prisma developers seems to have been taken to bank on the current moment the app has generated across the world. Prisma transforms photos into creative artworks using the styles of legendry artists including Munk and Picasso as well as world famous ornaments and patterns. Prisma uses a combination of neural networks and Artificial Intelligence to turn pictures into artwork and the end results look like an intricate painting by some famous artist. The Android version of Prisma comes with all features which are available for its Apple's iOS version, allowing you to transform new photos or the ones from your gallery with 30 filters. The app doesn't just put filters over pictures, instead it scans the data to apply the style in a artistic way. This app has become a rage among netizens in a very few days as people are busy making their phones create their personal impressionist masterpieces, and then sharing them on Instagram, Facebook, and other social networking sites from their iPhone. The Next Web reports that the company may launch video support for the app in a week time. It will also delete the least popular filters and include new "cool ones". You can download the app from the Google Play Store on your smartphone.