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Microsoft’s Copilot app is now available on Android with GPT-4 and DALL-E 3 models

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Microsoft quietly launched a dedicated app for its AI-powered Copilot service on Android devices. The new app, simply called Copilot, is available in the Google Play Store and offers access to Microsoft’s Copilot without the Bing mobile app.

Copilot is Microsoft’s answer to ChatGPT, a popular chatbot service that uses OpenAI’s GPT-3 model to generate natural language responses. However, Copilot goes beyond chat and leverages two of OpenAI’s latest models, GPT-4 and DALL-E 3, to offer more features and capabilities.

With Copilot, users can not only chat with the AI but also ask it to generate images based on text or sketches using DALL-E 3, a model that can create diverse and realistic visuals from natural language inputs.

Users can also ask Copilot to draft text for emails, documents, social media posts, and more using GPT-4, a model that can generate coherent and fluent text on any topic.

Microsoft Copilot app

One of the most notable features of Copilot is that it includes free access to OpenAI’s latest GPT-4 model with a toggle, something that users have to pay for if they’re using ChatGPT. This means that users can switch between GPT-3 and GPT-4 models depending on their needs and preferences.

Microsoft has not made any official announcement about it, but it seems that the app is already gaining popularity among users who are looking to bring a capable AI chatbot on mobile. Copilot app for Android is currently rated 5 out of 5 stars in the Google Play Store.

Microsoft’s Copilot app for Android is compatible with devices running Android 11 and up and requires an internet connection to work. Users can download the app for free from the Google Play Store.

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