Painnt - Pro Art Filters 4+


    • 3.9 • 435 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Painnt is the ultimate photo editor. Turn your photos into art masterpieces, or awesome cartoon photos. If you like digital art, you'll love Painnt!

Choose from our selection of 20000+ filters, ranging from classical art (with Van Gogh or Picasso styles) that you'll want to frame and hang, to cartoon sketches that belong right in a comic book.

Painnt edits your pics using AI deep dream for generating realistic painting results and awesome cartoons, all in a single photo editor.

Don’t wait for us to add new filters to the app (which we regularly do). Create a custom filter out of any image, painting or photograph you like. You can share them with other community members, too!

This free app limits output resolution and adds a watermark; you can unlock the entire library, hide watermarks and ads, use custom styles and enable high resolution via an in-app subscription.

What’s New

Version 1.42

Bugfixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
435 Ratings

435 Ratings

Vkgphil ,

It’s Great Once You Get a Feel for It… A Little Bit of a Learning Curve to be Effective

But do not expect any help from customer support. They have failed to reply to several email and help ticket submissions. Both iOS and Mac OS versions work similarly. The iOS will work across all your iOS devices when you activate a subscription. However, the Mac OS will only work (apparently) on one laptop or iMac, the one you used to subscribe with. That license does not transfer to other machines that you own and use your Apple ID with. You cannot obtain separate licenses either as when you are on the second Mac, your only option is to extend the current license and not add a new one. Choose your machine wisely. Personally i would like it to be avail across both of my MacBook pros… this is the reason i dock it one star. i’m tempted to dock it further since support is completely non-existent at this point.

You have more control options than Prisma (a similar but less robust app) and since getting Painnt I hardly go to Prisma at all now. I also like that the community can submit filters, sometimes better than the preset ones you get in the app. If you want you can also make your own. Be advised that custom filters remain only on the device you create it on thou and you will not see it on others.

SonicPlayground ,

Amazing but wildly unstable app

First, the good:
• The app is super simple to work with
• Quality of image output and transfers is amazing
• Large images are rendered quickly on my machine
• Included styles and style library access is a big plus
• User interface for setting up transfer parameters is clean and minimal (not trying to be clever)
• It does batch processing!

I wish it:
• Would save the settings I've entered within a saved favorite style

Now, the bad:
• It's unstable and crashes or stops processing files frequently
• The app crashes constantly when running batches (running batches as I write this and on avereage it's crashed about every 10 photos)

Final words:
If the instability issues were addressed for this app I'd happily pay for a year subscription or buy it outright. The batch processing features are what brought me in and it's worth it for that feature alone.

I paid for the one month access and I'll continue using it for the handful of projects I have now - and I will continue to power through all of the crashes because it takes far less time to process images locally vs. on the web. If it crashed half as much I'd be dancing in the streets. ,

Used to be amazing, no longer works and no response from developer in over a year

I used to rave about this app to everyone! I loved it. I don’t know what happened, but this app stopped being able to finish processing ANY file on pretty much every style selected. I contacted the developers as I have a pro subscription. That was over a year ago and I never heard anything back other than my assigned ticket number. My computer was fairly old so I thought it might have been my computer’s fault. NOPE. Just got a brand new top of the line iMac and am deeply disappointed to find that, after restoring purchases and going to convert some photos that Painnt still doesn’t work - it hangs at about 80% finished rendering. And then there are the crashes - oh so many crashes. They’ve done a much better job of keeping the ipad version up to date with improvements, but they seem to have abandoned the Mac version. Terrible shame. Don’t waste your money.

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