Microsoft’s Copilot is Now Available on iOS App Store

Published on January 2, 2024

In a swift move following the introduction of the Copilot app for Android, Microsoft has now unveiled an equally impressive application for iOS and iPadOS, expanding its reach across the mobile landscape. Users can readily find and download both app versions from the Apple App Store, providing them with a convenient gateway into the world of Microsoft Copilot, formerly known as Bing Chat.

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Microsoft Copilot for iOS and iPadOS seamlessly complements the functionality offered by OpenAI’s ChatGPT mobile app. In a nutshell, it acts as your virtual assistant, offering a wide range of capabilities that go beyond simple text-based interactions. Much like its Android counterpart, Copilot on iOS empowers users to pose questions, draft emails, and distill lengthy texts into concise summaries.

However, its ingenious integration with DALL-E3, a groundbreaking text-to-image generator, sets it apart. This integration means you can now effortlessly create images based on your text input, opening up a world of creative possibilities and practical applications.

But perhaps the most striking feature that Copilot brings to the table is its access to GPT-4, the latest marvel in the realm of large language models developed by OpenAI. In a departure from the norm, Copilot offers this premium feature without imposing a subscription fee. This means that users can harness the power of GPT-4’s advanced language capabilities, pushing the boundaries of natural language understanding and generation, all without having to dip into their pockets.

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The strategic rebranding of Bing Chat to Copilot reflects Microsoft’s ambition to establish a distinct and independent presence in the chatbot and language model landscape, mirroring the trajectory of ChatGPT. In addition to the application rollout on both Android and Apple devices, Microsoft has also introduced a dedicated web interface for Copilot, setting it apart from its previous incarnation within Bing.

With these developments, Microsoft is not only expanding its reach but also enhancing its offerings in the field of AI-powered virtual assistants and chatbots. Copilot is poised to become a versatile tool for a variety of tasks, from productivity to creativity, all powered by the cutting-edge capabilities of GPT-4. As the AI landscape continues to evolve, Copilot stands as a testament to Microsoft’s commitment to providing innovative and accessible solutions for a wide range of users.

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