Although it is only accessible in the United States right now, a full global deployment may give the official iOS app access to more than a billion users.
The United States’ iPhone and iPad users can now access OpenAI’s AI-powered chatbot, ChatGPT, through the Apple App Store. The app provides a seamless experience across platforms by synchronizing user chat history with ChatGPT’s web version.
The ChatGPT app adds voice input capabilities by utilizing OpenAI’s Whisper speech recognition algorithm. With the addition of spoken instructions, users may now communicate with ChatGPT and get real-time responses, improving the conversational experience.
Expansion to Android Users Expected
The ChatGPT app will eventually be available for Android devices, even if it is only available for Apple devices right now. As OpenAI continues to broaden its reach across several mobile platforms, Android users should expect the app to be available soon.
In the upcoming weeks, OpenAI intends to expand the availability of the ChatGPT app to more nations, enhancing global user interaction with the AI chatbot. The app’s growth demonstrates OpenAI’s dedication to promoting global AI technology development involvement and making AI-powered products widely accessible.
A full global rollout would see a portion of Apple’s 2 billion active devices get access to OpenAI’s chatbot app as the AI adoption race rages on.
So far, using the Microsoft Bing app to access OpenAI’s GPT-4-powered chatbot has been one of the simplest ways to use the company’s software on a mobile device. The mobile app version of Google’s recently developed Bard, which is now ChatGPT’s main rival, is yet to be made public.