The Microsoft Copilot app is now available for iOS and Android devices
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The Microsoft Copilot app is now available for iOS and Android devices

During the holiday season, Microsoft released its Copilot app for Android, iOS, and iPadOS. This app provides users with access to Copilot, previously known as Bing Chat, and functions similarly to OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

Similar to other AI chatbots, you can input questions or prompts and get responses generated by artificial intelligence. The AI assistant is versatile, allowing users to draft emails, write stories or scripts, summarize texts, create personalized travel plans, compose and update resumes, and more. Additionally, the app includes an Image Creator feature, powered by DALL-E 3, enabling users to explore various styles and ideas. This feature can be used for curating social media content, developing brand motifs, generating logo designs, creating custom backgrounds, building a portfolio, visualizing film and video storyboards, and more.

The app’s description highlights that by combining the capabilities of GPT-4 with the creative features of DALL·E 3, Copilot not only improves your design workflow but also takes your creativity to new and inspiring heights.

Since its holiday launch, Copilot has already been downloaded over 1.5 million times globally on both Android and iOS, according to data from mobile intelligence provider as reported by TheOrcTech.

Copilot provides free access to OpenAI’s GPT-4 technology, a notable aspect considering that OpenAI’s GPT app utilizes GPT-3.5 technology and charges for GPT-4 access.

The introduction of Copilot on mobile coincides with Microsoft’s rebranding of Bing Chat to Copilot in November. Before the mobile launch, similar functionality could be accessed through the Bing Chat feature on the Bing app. There’s speculation that Microsoft may eventually replace the Bing app with Copilot, but no official information has been shared on that matter.

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While Copilot has been available on the web for some time, this latest mobile launch signifies Microsoft’s effort to establish Copilot as a standalone service and further expand its accessibility.

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