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Microsoft Copilot has been released as an Android app, resembling the functionality of ChatGPT

Microsoft has discreetly rolled out a dedicated Copilot app for Android, available on the Google Play Store. This app provides users with access to Microsoft’s AI-powered Copilot without requiring the Bing mobile app. Though the Copilot Android app has been accessible for nearly a week, there is no corresponding iOS version available at the moment.

The Copilot app for Android closely resembles ChatGPT, offering chatbot capabilities, image generation using DALL-E 3, and the ability to draft text for emails and documents. Additionally, it includes free access to OpenAI’s latest GPT-4 model, a feature that typically involves payment when using ChatGPT.








Microsoft Copilot is now available as a ChatGPT-like app on Android - The  Verge
Microsoft Copilot is now available as a ChatGPT-like app on Android

This release comes just over a month after Microsoft rebranded Bing Chat to Copilot. Initially, Microsoft introduced its AI initiative earlier in the year within the Bing search engine, incorporating a ChatGPT-like interface into search results. While this functionality remains available, Microsoft decided to do away with the Bing Chat branding, allowing Copilot to become more of a standalone experience with its dedicated domain at copilot.microsoft.com, similar to ChatGPT.

The introduction of mobile apps for Copilot appears to be a natural progression in expanding this standalone Copilot experience, especially with the rebranding of Bing Chat Enterprise to Copilot. While there is currently no indication of an iOS version of Copilot, it’s likely to be in the pipeline. In the meantime, users can utilize the Bing app on iPhone or iPad to access existing Copilot features.

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