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Microsoft Launched Copilot Android App

In recent months, Microsoft has intensified its efforts to enhance the usability of Copilot, formerly known as Bing Chat. Originally limited to desktop users, the tech giant has quietly rolled out a mobile version of the app for Android users.

Reportedly available on the Google Play Store for just over a week, the Android version of Copilot mirrors ChatGPT-like functionalities. This includes access to chatbot capabilities and image generation powered by DALL-E 3 technology. Notably, users can utilize the tool for drafting text for emails or documents. Unlike ChatGPT, which reserves access to OpenAI‘s latest GPT-4 model for Premium users, Copilot on Android provides free access to all users.

ChatGPT Taps into Canva to Create Images

While Android users enjoy this latest development, there is no mobile version of Copilot available for iOS users as of now. Microsoft’s plans for an iOS release remain uncertain.

Historically, Android users have often enjoyed a technological edge over iOS users within the Microsoft ecosystem, and Copilot’s availability on Android is no exception. The disparity between the two platforms continues, with the Copilot app still pending release on iOS.

Despite this, iOS users need not despair, as the Bing mobile app remains accessible and shares most features with the Copilot for Android app. This ensures that iOS users still have access to a robust Microsoft-powered mobile experience, minimizing the disparity between the two platforms.

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