Editing a photo is like applying finishing touch to a painting to make it look perfect for sharing with your friends and family. Now get that perfect picture with Vebbler’s new eye-catching Art Filters. Vebbler, a social camera photo-sharing app for groups was launched in August 2016 by Sahil Bhagat and have already crossed 70,000 downloads in three months. Vebbler’s new art filters uses artificial intelligence, deep learning algorithms and complicated neural networks to transform everyday images into astounding works of art. The app also allows you to “react” in an interesting and quirky way on your friends images.
Here is why Vebbler’s Art Filters can make your pictures even more interesting and eye-catching:
- You can upload photos of any dimensions. While apps like Prisma limit you to create only square photos, with Vebbler you can also upload horizontal and vertical photos without cropping them.
- You can add additional colour filters. As soon as you art-ify a photo, you can further enhance it using filters such as monochrome, vintage and sepia.
- You can instantly share them with your friends and react on it. Vebbler is not just an app for photo-filters, but rather an entire photo-sharing experience. You can instantly share photos with your groups of friends through a feature called ‘clubs’ and react on it in interesting and quirky way.
Sahil Bhagat, Founder & CEO of Vebbler said, “Images speak a thousand word and have become the new way to express and connect for the next-gen. Vebbler’s new art filters make these images look more interesting and appealing like a painting and the best part is you can share these images in real time with your friends on Vebbler’s Clubs.”
Vebbler a social, camera first app, designed to make sharing of photos easy between groups at night outs, vacations and celebrations was launched in August 2016. While people love taking photos together, the process of later sending them to each other is extremely cumbersome. Vebbler makes that happen in one single-tap. With Vebbler, sending and receiving photos becomes a breeze and no one requires begging or bugging friends to send photos via instant messaging apps, USB drives or cloud folders anymore. What’s more one can express themselves on each photo through stunning filters, quick captions and candid reactions. The company also raised a round of funding from a syndicate of 16 investors in 2016.