Microsoft Copilot App is now available in Android and iOS

 Microsoft Copilot App is now available in Android and iOS

During the holiday season, Microsoft quietly introduced its Copilot app on Android, iOS, and iPadOS. The app provides users with access to Copilot, formerly known as Bing Chat, which functions similarly to OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

Similar to other AI chatbots, users can input questions or prompts and receive responses generated by artificial intelligence. The AI assistant can be used for various tasks such as drafting emails, composing stories or scripts, summarizing complex texts, creating personalized travel itineraries, writing and updating resumes, and more. Additionally, the app includes an Image Creator feature powered by DALL·E 3, allowing users to explore new styles and ideas, curate social media content, develop brand motifs, generate logo designs, create custom backgrounds, build a portfolio, visualize film and video storyboards, and more. According to the app’s description, Copilot combines the power of GPT-4 with the imaginative capabilities of DALL·E 3 to enhance design workflows and inspire creativity.

Copilot offers free access to OpenAI’s GPT-4 technology, which is significant as OpenAI’s GPT app is based on GPT-3.5 technology and charges for access to GPT-4.

The mobile launch of Copilot follows Microsoft’s rebranding of Bing Chat to Copilot in November. Notably, prior to its mobile launch, similar functionality was available through the Bing Chat feature on the Bing app. There is speculation that Microsoft may eventually replace the Bing app with the Copilot app, although Microsoft has not confirmed this.

The mobile launch coincides with Copilot’s existing availability on the web. With this latest launch, Microsoft aims to offer Copilot as a standalone service and expand its user base.

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