ChatGPT for Android Is Released By OpenAI
The Android app’s enhanced security features are a major selling point over the online interface.
On July 21, OpenAI made the exciting news that it will be releasing an Android version of the widely used artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT. The startup is branching out to Android after a successful launch on iOS in May.
OpenAI announced the news on Twitter and linked to a Google Play Store website where people could pre-order the app.
OpenAI’s debut on Android is part of the company’s ongoing commitment to making its AI products more trustworthy and open-source. Concerns regarding the spread of false information created by AI have prompted the use of measures like content watermarking.
The Android app’s enhanced security features are a major selling point over the online interface. In addition, like the iOS version, it will allow users’ chat histories to be synchronised across devices for their convenience.
OpenAI’s GPT-4 technology is used by Microsoft’s Bing Chat, therefore the company’s decision to release applications for both Android and iOS puts it in direct rivalry with Bing Chat.
Users may now put LLMs through their paces without resorting to a web browser thanks to these mobile applications.
Google has started releasing its own chatbot, Bard, throughout the European Union and Brazil in tandem with OpenAI’s Android release.
Additionally, new rivals have appeared, such as Anthropic and its Claude 2 helper. Claude 2 has features that are superior to OpenAI’s premium ChatGPT offering.
In June, ChatGPT saw a drop in traffic for the first time since it launched, despite its previous success. ChatGPT and similar AI chatbots have been widely adopted by the cryptocurrency community, with some enthusiasts even using the technology to create new currencies.
Finally, OpenAI’s decision to release ChatGPT for Android is a big deal since it means more people will be able to use this popular AI chatbot.
It will be fascinating to observe how ChatGPT and other related technologies impact the future of communication and information sharing as the AI environment develops.