Revolutionize Your Android Experience with Microsoft’s Groundbreaking Copilot App for Generative AI

Microsoft has launched a new AI chatbot app called Copilot on the Google Play Store for Android users. The app, powered by GPT-4 and DALL-E 3, aims to assist people in creative tasks and provide informative responses.

The app, which quietly appeared on the Google Play Store on December 19, offers a streamlined experience for AI enthusiasts. While there is currently no listing for iOS, users can still access Bing for iOS.

Anonymous users can use the app without logging in, but they are limited to five prompts and shorter responses per day. Signing in with a Microsoft account unlocks unlimited queries and image generation capabilities, turning your phone into a mini-art studio powered by DALL-E 3.

Copilot app is more than just a search engine. It focuses solely on AI-powered interaction, with the ability to answer complex questions, provide simplified explanations, and create creative text. It can understand text, image, and voice prompts, making interactions natural and intuitive.

The app is a part of Microsoft’s ongoing efforts to integrate AI into various platforms, expanding beyond web browsers and Windows 11. It offers GPT-4 and DALL-E 3 for free, a bold move considering that other AI models usually require a paid subscription.

The Copilot app aims to provide users with a taste of next-generation AI on their phones, and it’s just the beginning of the future of AI assistance. Whether you’re looking for creative inspiration or informative responses, Copilot is now available for Android users to explore its powerful capabilities.