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Microsoft Copilot: AI assistant now also available as a free Android app

Microsoft has quietly released a standalone Copilot app for Android. The free app, which appears to have been released on the Google Play Store a week ago, should bring all sorts of AI-related functionality to users who don’t feel like installing the Edge browser or other Microsoft apps.

Copilot for Android offers access to various OpenAI models: it is possible to generate images via DALL-E-3, create documents or emails or simply chat with ChatGPT. Users can also use GPT4 for free, the latest model that you have to pay for at OpenAI.

Anyone who wants to get started with the app can find it on the Google Play Store (link). There is currently no variant for iOS, so it is not known if and when it will be available. In the meantime, iPhone and iPad owners can turn to the Bing app to try out Copilot’s features.

Sources: Techosarusrex (Twitter), Neowin, The Verge


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