With minimal hype or fanfare, Microsoft discreetly introduced the Copilot app for Android, offering users a fresh means of engaging with the AI-powered assistant and its functionalities. Microsoft asserts that the app is designed to be ‘Your Everyday AI Companion’. This new application enables users to utilize their Copilot chatbot as an independent service. In contrast to the Bing Android app, which primarily serves as a search engine, this new application exclusively concentrates on showcasing Microsoft’s AI capabilities.
Notably, the Copilot app shares similarities in functionality with the previously launched ChatGPT app on Android earlier this year.
Microsoft’s Copilot App Now Live on Android – Explore the Wonders
Now accessible on the Play Store, this application provides users with immediate entry to Microsoft’s AI-powered tool. According to reports, the application has been present on the Play Store for approximately a week; however, there is currently no version available for iOS. As of now, the app has garnered just over 5,000 downloads on the Play Store.
Regarding its capabilities, the Copilot application shares similarities with the ChatGPT Android application. This app makes it easier to communicate with the chatbot, allows you to create images with DALL-E 3, and helps you create documents and emails. Interestingly, it provides free access to OpenAI’s most recent GPT-4 model, which usually requires a ChatGPT subscription. The new app further includes features such as the option for voice inputs, as well as the ability to incorporate texts and images as inputs.
Originally integrated into the Bing search engine, Copilot has evolved into a distinct experience. It has secured its dedicated domain at copilot.microsoft.com, aligning with the independent presence established by ChatGPT.
Although it is not yet available, the Copilot application is anticipated to be launched soon for iOS devices. In the meantime, iOS users can access Copilot on their iPads and iPhones using the Bing application.
With a mantra of ‘Your Everyday AI Companion,’ this application reshapes user interactions with an AI-powered assistant, distinguishing itself from the search-centric Bing app. Boasting over 5,000 downloads within a week of its Play Store debut, Copilot stands as a testament to Microsoft’s commitment to cutting-edge technology. With its unique attributes, Copilot now stands as a captivating force, residing at copilot.microsoft.com, much like its counterpart, ChatGPT.