Android users now have access to Microsoft’s Copilot, an artificial intelligence chatbot that can assist with a wide range of tasks, from drafting marketing emails to assisting with code writing.
You may also use the newest models from OpenAI, GPT-4 and DALL-E 3, to power Copilot, and it can make pictures out of plain old text descriptions and requests.
If you don’t have a Microsoft account, you can still use the app through the Google Play Store. It’s free to download and use. Unlike the launch of Bing Chat for mobile devices, the introduction of Microsoft’s Copilot (formerly known as Bing Chat) for mobile devices was met with relative silence.
Neowin first learned about the new Copilot app’s availability earlier this month when X users found it in the Play Store. However, the iOS version of Copilot is still in the works, and the developer has not yet announced when it will be available.
That Copilot has now arrived on mobile devices (and initially only Android) is hardly surprising.
Copilot was previously launched on Edge, Microsoft 365 products, and Windows 11, but Microsoft’s decision to extend it to Windows 10 increased the number of devices eligible to utilize the AI assistant by 1 billion, indicating that expansion is Microsoft’s top priority.
All of this happens at the same time as the company has just upgraded Copilot with new features including the ability to create songs and summarise videos.
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