Microsoft Copilot is now available for both iOS and Android devices. During the holiday season, Microsoft discreetly released its Copilot app for Android, iOS, and iPadOS. Users can use the app to access Copilot, formerly known as Bing Chat, which works similarly to OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
Microsoft Copilot is now available for both iOS and Android devices
You can enter a query or a prompt, like with other AI chatbots, and receive responses generated by artificial intelligence. The AI assistant can help users draft emails, write stories or scripts, summarise complex texts, build personalised vacation itineraries, prepare and update job resumes, and more.
You can also utilise the app’s Image Creator tool, which is powered by DALLE 3, to experiment with new styles and ideas, curate social media content, create brand motifs, produce logo designs, create custom backgrounds, build a portfolio, visualise film and video storyboards, and much more.
“By combining the power of GPT-4 with the imaginative capabilities of DALL·E 3, Copilot not only enhances your design workflow but can also bring your creativity to inspiring new heights,” according to the description of the application.
With Copilot, you gain free access to OpenAI’s GPT-4 technology, which is noteworthy because OpenAI’s GPT app works on GPT-3.5 technology and costs for GPT-4 access.
Copilot’s mobile launch comes after Microsoft rebranded Bing Chat to Copilot in November. It’s worth mentioning that before the advent of Copilot on mobile, you could get similar functionality from the Bing app’s Bing Chat feature. It’s plausible that Microsoft intends to replace the Bing app with the Copilot app, although the company hasn’t said anything yet.
Copilot has already been available on the web for some time, so the mobile rollout makes sense. With this current rollout, Microsoft hopes to provide Copilot as a separate service and further broaden its reach.