How To Disable Watermark In Prisma Filtered Photos – iOS And Android

Uzair Ghani
Posted Jul 25, 2016
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Here’s a complete step by step guide on how to disable Prisma watermark that appears in filtered photos on iOS and Android.

The Prisma Watermark Looks Daunting – Here’s How You Can Remove It

The Prisma app gained immense popularity thanks to its filter set that are powered by artificial intelligence. And quite frankly those filters look perfect. Until or unless you look at the bottom right hand corner of a processed image to notice a ‘Prisma’ watermark which you seemingly can’t remove. But you actually can, in fact. We’ll show you how in a complete step by step fashion on both iOS and Android.

Download And Install Prisma First

Obviously you need to download the Prisma app on your iOS or Android device to make use of this guide. If you haven’t already then you can grab the app from the links below.

In case you’re wondering, the app is absolutely free to download and use. And there are no in-app purchases either. The filters are right there for everyone to utilize on their images.

Remove Watermark From Prisma Photos

1. Launch the Prisma app from your device’s home screen.

2. Once you’re in the app, tap on the ‘Settings’ cogwheel button on the right. We’ve marked it in the screenshot below using a red square.

3. See that ‘Enable Watermarks’ option? Simply move the toggle switch next to it to the OFF position.

Every single photo you filter up from here on in won’t have the Prisma watermark. Absolutely wonderful if you’re asking us.

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We don’t see the point of having a watermark in a filtered photo. It somewhat looks like a sore thumb sticking out of a wonderfully crafted image. But thankfully, the developers behind Prisma are kind enough to allow users to turn off the dreaded watermark feature. In fact, we will be even more humbled if everyone baked in such a feature.

Wrap Up

In its current form, the app is quite barebones. We’re certain a future update will bring with it a handful of filters and editing options. Till that happens, we have to make do with what’s available for everyone on the App Store and Google Play.

We highly recommend giving the app a shot though. Instead of packing in the usual filters, Prisma really does boost the credentials of any given photo using excellent effects. Give it a go now and let us know in the comments section what you think about it.

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