With the unique photo-filtering app Prisma now available on Android, it's worth underscoring one of the most important settings changes you can make. By default, Prisma adds its own logo to every image you share from the app. But it's easy to disable this watermark from within the app's settings.
How to remove the Prisma logo watermark from photos
- From the main photo-taking screen, hit the Settings button (cog icon).
- Uncheck the Add watermark setting.
- Press the back key again to return to previous screen.
With the watermark option disabled, your photos will no longer show the Prisma logo in the bottom right corner. Hurrah!
Left: Before; Right: After
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