Prisma update lets you save photos directly

Just hours after it first landed on Android, popular AI-enabled photo filtering app Prisma has received its first update. The updated version of Prisma adds a “save” button — a much requested feature that lets you export directly to your gallery, as opposed to another app through Android share intents.

Prisma UI

Everything works just as before, instead now you’ll find a “save” button to the left of the Instagram share button. Tapping it immediately saves the photo to the “Prisma” folder on your phone’s internal storage.

It’s worth remembering the app still doesn’t support incoming Android share intents, so to load a photo into Prisma in the first place you’ll always need to start the app and navigate to the image you want.

The Prisma team also says it’s squished a few bugs in this initial update for the app.

If you hadn’t already, download Prisma from the playstore and check it out. Here are some things you should know about Prisma.

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