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Prisma’s filter app gets a clever location-based photo feed in huge update

20/12/2016

A few months ago, Facebook decided it would flat-out copy Prisma’s artsy filters which had become popular throughout major social (...)
A few months ago, Facebook decided it would flat-out copy Prisma’s artsy filters which had become popular throughout major social media platforms. Now Prisma is taking a leaf out of Facebook’s book by adding its own image feed. Prisma’s new feed isn’t just a simple chronological list though, instead using a clever location-based system. The company’s algorithm makes it such that shared artwork can only be seen in the feeds of people in your vicinity at first, but as a post becomes more liked, it will start showing up for a wider range of users. Every like spreads a post’s reach… This story continues at The Next Web A few months ago, Facebook decided it would flat-out copy Prisma’s artsy filters which had become popular throughout major social media platforms. Now Prisma is taking a leaf out of Facebook’s book by adding its own image feed. Prisma’s new feed isn’t just a simple chronological list though, instead using a clever location-based system. The company’s algorithm makes it such that shared artwork can only be seen in the feeds of people in your vicinity at first, but as a post becomes more liked, it will start showing up for a wider range of users. Every like spreads a post’s reach… This story continues at The Next Web
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