Microsoft brings new AI app to GPT-4 in Co-Pilot; Android users will get free access
December 28, 2023
Microsoft has quietly launched a new dedicated CoPilot app in the Google Play Store, giving users access to its AI-powered CoPilot without the Bing mobile app.
According to report, the new AI-powered assistant is now available for Android users, but the iOS version is not out yet.
The Copilot app on Android is similar to ChatGPT, with access to chatbot capabilities, image generation via DALL-E3, and the ability to draft text for emails and documents.
It also includes free access to OpenAI's latest GPT-4 model. Additionally, you can use Copilot in the Microsoft Edge browser for Android, SwiftKey, Skype, and more, the report said.
CoPilot is Microsoft's leading chat assistant
According to the app description, Improve your productivity with Copilot – your AI-powered chat assistant. Copilot is Microsoft's leading chat assistant powered by the latest OpenAI models, GPT-4 and DALL·E3.
Android users will benefit from these features
These advanced AI technologies provide fast, complex and accurate responses, as well as the ability to create stunning visuals from simple text descriptions.
Microsoft has recently rebranded Bing Chat to Copilot. The tech giant has also partnered with 'Suno', a leader in artificial intelligence (AI)-based music creation, to bring its capabilities to its AI-based chatbot Copilot.
Earlier this month, the company announced several new features that will soon be added to its Copilot service, including the latest models of OpenAI.
OpenAI's latest GPT-4 model
This app provides the facility to interact with the chatbot.With the help of DELL-E3, it helps in creating images as well as writing emails and creating documents.