By now, you've probably heard of Prisma. Everyone from your mum to you dog has Prisma-fied their profile picture, which is to say, turned it from the boring same-old, same-old into a wonderful piece of art.
The app has several artistic options to choose from, such as Katsushika Hokusai's The Great Wave off Kanagawa and Edward Munch’s The Scream. It uses neural network processing to manipulate the images and basically, it's pretty damn incredible.
But it's not the only app of its kind. There are lots of apps that can transform your snaps in a couple of taps. Here are some of our favourites.
Remember practising water colours in GCSE art - which you only took because you thought it would be a doss - and watching your entire piece of paper disintegrate and melt away into a watery mess?
Well screw that. Waterlogue does the hard word for you, and transforms your photos into beautiful water colours before your very eyes.
Adding different textures to your pictures is the fastest way to go from 'two likes, one from your mum and one from your girlfriend' to '68 likes and a friend request from your old bully'.
Mextures lets you adjust, combine, and layer various textures. It's an app of endless possibilities.
Available on: iOS
Slow Shutter Cam
Long exposures are no longer the sole reserve of £400+ cameras, as this app allows great motion blurs with its slow shutter option. On top of that, you can also create light trails and timelapses.
Available on: iOS
You're after fun are you? Like a bit of fun, eh? This super simple app has a truckload of quirky options, including 'Funk', a filter that turns you into your very own comic book character.
Available on: Android
If you're a fan of a selfie or just looking for a more effective Tinder profile picture, FaceTune can help enhance your features in just a few clicks. Treat it like a professional photoshoot without the price tag - and try to avoid going wild and shaving half your jaw off.
Although this tool technically only has one use, there are endless possibilities that come with the ability to cut out, overlay and blend images together. It's incredibly easy to use and produces very effective results. Like sticking a space man in the middle a desert.