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Introducing Microsoft Copilot for iOS and Android.

Microsoft secretly released its Copilot app for Android, iOS, and iPadOS during the holidays. The software allows users access to Copilot, previously Bing Chat, which works like OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

You may enter a query or prompt and get AI-generated replies from other chatbots. Users may use the AI assistant to produce letters, tales, scripts, summarize complicated texts, build personalized trip plans, update job applications, and more. Additionally, the app’s Image Creator function, which uses DALLE 3, enables the exploration of new styles, social media content, brand themes, logo designs, custom backdrops, portfolio building, and film/video storyboarding.

Using GPT-4 and DALL·E 3, Copilot increases the design process and inspires innovation, according to the app description. told Eltrys that Copilot had been downloaded over 1.5 million times worldwide on Android and iOS since its Christmas debut.

Copilot gives you free access to OpenAI’s GPT-4 technology, which is noteworthy because OpenAI’s GPT app uses GPT-3.5 and costs GPT-4.

Copilot launched on mobile after Microsoft changed Bing Chat to Copilot in November. Before Copilot on mobile, you could use Bing Chat on the Bing app for comparable capabilities. Microsoft may replace Bing with Copilot, although it hasn’t said anything.

Copilot has been online for some years before its smartphone debut. Microsoft wants to sell Copilot as a separate service and increase its reach with this launch.

Eltrys Team
Author: Eltrys Team

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