ChatGPT stands out as one of the top-ranking applications currently essential for both iPhone and Android users. OpenAI’s ChatGPT might soon replace as the default voice assistant on Android phones, potentially transforming how users interact with their devices. In 2023, generative AI, led by chatbots like ChatGPT, became a tech trend. Currently, available on Android through the ChatGPT app, OpenAI is working to streamline the experience by allowing users to set it as their default assistant.
OpenAI is planning to launch GPT Store, offering custom ChatGPT versions. Meanwhile, the latest Android version of ChatGPT hints at the potential to replace Google Assistant as the default assistant. While the feature is not yet functional, the Android platform’s flexibility allows users to explore alternative digital assistants.
Although Google has not officially disclosed details about this anticipated change, reliable sources On X (formerly Twitter) Mishaal Rahman indicate that Android is preparing for these updates in the coming months.
While the current code does not meet the requirements for ChatGPT to become Android’s default voice assistant, the ongoing development efforts are evident in the incomplete code strings. OpenAI’s motivation to position ChatGPT as a default assistant reflects the increasing influence of artificial intelligence and user demand for versatile voice assistant options.
As Google prepares to introduce Assistant with Bard, OpenAI is strategically positioning ChatGPT to stay competitive. Plans to make ChatGPT the default assistant and provide convenient access through features like Quick Settings reveal the intensity of the AI battleground.
Only apps that come preinstalled on Android have access to specific APIs that enable hot words. This means users won’t be able to initiate ChatGPT by saying, “Hey ChatGPT.” Instead, access would be through gestures or long-pressing the home button.
Although OpenAI has not officially confirmed these changes, if and when they do, updates will be provided.