Instagram will now let you share Stories in direct messages. In addition to your stories, you can even share Stories of people you don’t follow. Continue reading “You can now share Instagram Stories in direct messages”
Facebook Messenger is adding Snapchat-like filters, masks, animated reactions to video chat. The update also brings the ability to take screenshots during an ongoing video chat. All the new features are available for one-on-one and group video chat. Continue reading “Facebook Messenger brings Snapchat like filters, masks to video chat”
Microsoft has updated its AI-powered Pix camera app with filters similar to Prisma. The feature was developed in collaboration with Microsoft’s Asia research lab and Skype. Pix Styles, transforms pictures into styles inspired by popular works of art or adds an effect such as making the picture look like it is on fire.
Continue reading “Microsoft’s AI-powered Pix app for iPhone updated with Prisma-like filters”
The popular photo editing app Prisma that turns your photos into art is planning adding the ability for users to create their own filters. Currently, Prisma will let you build your own filters via a web-based tool. This tool is being made available to a limited number of users as of now. Continue reading “Prisma will now let you create your own filters, in-app Store launched”
Snapchat recently acquired an app that specialized in selfie animations called Looksery. Now, Facebook has acquired a similar app that goes by the name of MSQRD to bring similar features to its messaging service as well.
YouTube for Android is set to receive new features in the latest update. The video platform has now jumped to a version 10.02.3 from 6.0.3 with these new updates.
Veedeo, the app that allows users to create video clips with custom text is getting a major update. The 2.0 version has been optimized to work on the recently launched iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6.
Visual Supply Co, a firm known for making tools for creators is the maker of the VSCO Cam app for iOS. The app is popular for its minimalistic UI and ultra-real film filters that professional photographers want on a mobile device. After a long wait, it is finally coming to Android tomorrow. The folks at VSCO have announced this at their blog with a small teaser video featuring the Android app, watch it here –
Update: Now available for download!