Microsoft's Copilot AI chatbot app
Microsoft's Copilot AI chatbot app

Microsoft’s Copilot AI chatbot app arrives on iOS

What To Know

  • The newly released iOS and iPad versions of Microsoft Copilot are now accessible on the Apple App Store, providing users with a convenient way to engage with the AI assistant.
  • To access the newer language model, users need to subscribe to ChatGPT Plus, highlighting the continual advancements in AI technology and the options available to users based on their preferences.
  • Copilot, previously rebranded from Bing Chat, made its debut on Windows 10 and later expanded to Windows 11, effectively granting access to around a billion devices based on user numbers across these platforms.
  • With the recent Android and iOS app releases, Microsoft is extending Copilot’s reach, providing a versatile and free-to-use AI chatbot experience to a broader audience.

In a recent move, Microsoft has significantly expanded access to its AI assistant, Copilot, by launching standalone apps for both Android and iOS devices. This strategic expansion follows the recent release of the standalone Android app, underscoring Microsoft’s commitment to making Copilot widely available across various platforms.

The newly released iOS and iPad versions of Microsoft Copilot are now accessible on the Apple App Store, providing users with a convenient way to engage with the AI assistant. Similar to the Copilot experience on desktop and other AI chatbots like ChatGPT, users can input their queries and await responses generated by artificial intelligence.

Notably, Copilot employs OpenAI’s latest large language model, GPT-4, showcasing Microsoft’s dedication to leveraging cutting-edge technology for user interactions.

It’s worth noting the parallel development with ChatGPT, where the free version utilizes the slightly older ChatGPT-3.5. To access the newer language model, users need to subscribe to ChatGPT Plus, highlighting the continual advancements in AI technology and the options available to users based on their preferences.

Microsoft’s Copilot AI chatbot app is now available on iOS

One standout feature of Copilot on iOS is its ability to transform text into images, powered by OpenAI’s DALL-E 3 text-to-image AI system. This feature sets Copilot apart by enhancing its capabilities, particularly in understanding and visualizing user prompts.

OpenAI designed DALL-E 3 to overcome challenges faced by its predecessors, showcasing advancements in rendering elements like human hands with greater accuracy.

Microsoft’s strides in the AI space also go beyond mobile applications. Copilot, previously rebranded from Bing Chat, made its debut on Windows 10 and later expanded to Windows 11, effectively granting access to around a billion devices based on user numbers across these platforms.

With the recent Android and iOS app releases, Microsoft is extending Copilot’s reach, providing a versatile and free-to-use AI chatbot experience to a broader audience.

As Copilot continues to evolve and expand its capabilities, Microsoft’s commitment to integrating AI into everyday interactions becomes evident. The availability of AI on mobile devices underscores the growing importance of seamless and accessible AI interactions across diverse platforms.