Microsoft brings Bing Chat to Microsoft Launcher, the company’s customizable Android launcher, allowing users to interact with Bing using natural language. Bing Chat is powered by ChatGPT 4, the latest version of OpenAI’s artificial intelligence chatbot that can generate coherent and engaging responses to any query.
Bing Chat is designed to make web searches more conversational and personalized, allowing users to ask questions, request information, or even chat about various topics with Bing. Users can also upload images and ask Bing to generate new images based on their preferences, such as changing the background, adding filters, or creating collages.
The AI can also help users with tasks like booking flights, ordering food, or checking the weather.
To access Bing Chat on Microsoft Launcher, just tap on the Bing logo on the search bar widget or the chat icon in apps drawer. Users can then type or speak their queries to Bing and get instant responses in a chat-like interface. They can also switch between the chat mode and the traditional search mode by tapping on the tabs at the bottom of the screen.
Microsoft Launcher is a free app that provides a new home screen experience for Android devices, with features like personalized feed, dark theme, gesture customization, and backup and restore. The launcher also integrates with other Microsoft apps and services, such as Office 365, Outlook, OneDrive, and more. You can also sync activities across devices using the Continue on PC feature.
Microsoft Launcher is available for download from the Google Play Store. If you already already have the app installed, either update the app or you will receive a prompt to activate Bing Chat.
Alternatively, users can also download the Bing app, which is available on Android and iOS, to access similar ChatGPT powered features.