Microsoft Launches Copilot App on iOS

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Microsoft recently launched its Copilot app on Android, Now Microsoft launched its Copilot app on iOS. Unlike the free version of ChatGPT running on GPT-3.5, Copilot offers access to ChatGPT 4 without the need for a subscription.

Copilot app allows limited usage without requiring users to log in. Users can access basic features and functionalities without the need to sign in. However, for an enhanced experience and access to additional features, users have the option to sign in with their Microsoft account. Copilot app allows limited usage without requiring users to log in. Users can access basic features and functionalities without the need to sign in. However, for an enhanced experience and access to additional features, users have the option to sign in with their Microsoft account.

Originally known as Bing Chat, Copilot integrates Microsoft’s AI chat assistant technology powered by OpenAI’s sophisticated GPT-4 model. The app not only handles text but also supports text-to-image generation through OpenAI’s DALL-E3, making it a versatile tool for various generative AI tasks.

Whether you’re curious about getting instant responses or experimenting with text-to-image features, Copilot offers a user-friendly and free-of-charge entry into the world of AI interaction. It’s Microsoft’s way of making advanced AI accessible to everyone, and you can explore its capabilities on both Android and iOS devices.

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