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Microsoft launches Copilot AI chatbot application for Android users; check features, how to use

Copilot AI chatbot application

Copilot AI chatbot application – For Android users, Microsoft has released a new app called Copilot. Users can utilize the new app to access their Copilot AI chatbot as a stand-alone service. It’s not the same as the Bing app, which is essentially a search engine. The new app is only focused on Microsoft’s AI technologies. The app has reportedly been accessible on the Google Play Store for almost a week, but there is no iOS version yet. 

The new app is titled ‘Microsoft Copilot’ and was created by ‘Microsoft Corporation’ and is available on the Google Play Store. Microsoft promises that the app will be ‘Your everyday AI buddy’ in the app description. So far, the software has received slightly over 5,000 downloads from the Android Play Store.   

Copilot AI chatbot application

How does Microsoft Copilot function? 

The Copilot app contains capabilities comparable to the ChatGPT Android App, which was released earlier this year. The Copilot program will enable chatbot interactions, picture creation with DALL-E 3, and assistance in writing emails and documents. It also provides free access to the most recent GPT-4 model from OpenAI, which normally requires a ChatGPT subscription. Voice inputs are included in the new app.  

Bing Chat was renamed Copilot by Microsoft more than a month ago. Microsoft’s AI was initially integrated into their Bing search engine, displaying a ChatGPT-like interface in search results. This function remains, but Microsoft now promotes Copilot as a separate platform. It is also available on its own website, copilot.microsoft.com. 

The new Copilot mobile apps are part of the transition to make Copilot an independent platform. This is in line with the recent rebranding of Bing Chat Enterprise as Copilot. The Copilot app does not yet have an iOS version, but one is on the way. Until then, iOS users can utilize the Bing app on their iPhones and iPads to access Copilot capabilities.