Exciting news in the AI world! ChatGPT is coming to mobile apps, starting with Apple’s iOS platform.
The official ChatGPT app has been launched by OpenAI on the Apple App Store, satisfying a significant user demand for this popular chatbot application.
“The ChatGPT app is free to use and syncs your history across devices. It also integrates Whisper, our open-source speech-recognition system, enabling voice input,” the San Francisco-based lab wrote in a blog post.
ChatGPT Plus subscribers, who pay $20 per month, have access to OpenAI’s newest language model, GPT-4. The iOS software will first be available in the United States before moving to other regions.
“We’re eager to see how you use the app. As we gather user feedback, we’re committed to continuous feature and safety improvements for ChatGPT,” the company added.
The app’s goal is to bring more people to ChatGPT, which has taken the world by storm. According to SimilarWeb, ChatGPT eclipsed bing.com, nytimes.com, and cnn.com in worldwide traffic in April, however its growth pace has halted.
OpenAI intends to release a ChatGPT app for Android soon, although no exact timetable has been set. Meanwhile, Android users may access ChatGPT via OpenAI’s website or Microsoft’s mobile applications, which also include a Bing AI program powered by ChatGPT.