OpenAI has released its new ChatGPT Android app in the US, Brazil, India, and Bangladesh today. The ChatGPT iOS app first launched in the US in May before expanding to other markets, and OpenAI said that more countries will get access to the new Android app over the next week.
Just like its iOS counterpart, ChatGPT for Android can provide instant answers to questions written in natural language, and it can also help users to create almost any type of content. The mobile app can also sync history across devices if you want it.
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Which a ChatGPT Plus subscription ($19.99/month), users can also get priority access to the chatbot and use the more advanced GPT-4 model that powers Microsoft’s Bing chatbot. Additionally, OpenAI lets ChatGPT Plus members get early access to new features.
Since its launch back in November 2022, ChatGPT went to become the fastest-growing app of all time, crossing 100 million users two months after launch. ChatGPT still benefits from leading the “generative AI” narrative early on, and the chatbot is also becoming more versatile thanks to support for third-party plugins.
Bringing the app to iOS and Android should definitely help to boost ChatGPT’s growth, even though the chatbot is now facing serious competition from Microsoft and Google. According to a recent report from Bloomberg, Apple is also testing its own version of ChatGPT internally and the company could be planning a pretty big AI announcement next year.