according to the blog post, the app can sync our chat history across devices as well as accept voice input (albeit via a third-party integration).
ChatGPT Plus subscribers will also get exclusive access to GPT-4’s capabilities - said the blog post, so it seems that free users will be stuck with GPT-3.5 for the time being. Beggars can’t be chooser it seems
Too bad im using a samsung at the moment so that means more waiting
To all the iOS users in this forum and the Katalon team @team , could you download the app, use it a for a bit and lemme know what you think?
Of course, Android users like us will always have to wait for a few more days (weeks) to enjoy the latest, but hey, at least it is not platform exclusive
Just a heads up for iOS users looking to download the official app by simply typing “ChatGPT” in the search box in the App Store, you may end up with fake apps. OP did a good job by including the official download link.
On the other hand, this seems like it may pull me away from the Bing app, which has become quite useful to me on more than one occasion.
always have, and always will be my man (well hopefully not for long if Google start treating their mobile OS more as a way to grow and maintain a substantial base of loyal users like what Apple did, and less of a glorified data mining and advertising platform)
Microsoft has just released a standalone app for Copilot on Android, their answer to Google’s Bard and OpenAI’s ChatGPT:
Been using Copilot (previously Bing Chat) for a while now and I find it to be pretty good for general tasks such as researching, explaining concepts, or even help to rewrite/summarize/revise a chunk of text.