Microsoft’s Copilot App Soars Onto IOS And Android Elevating Your Creative Game

In a recent, somewhat hushed release, Microsoft introduced its Copilot app to the realms of Android, iOS, and iPadOS. This sleek app provides users with access to Copilot, formerly known as Bing Chat, a platform akin to the conversational powerhouses such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

Much like other AI chatbots, Copilot allows users to input questions or prompts, receiving generated responses fueled by artificial intelligence. But it’s not just about answering queries – this AI assistant elevates productivity. From crafting emails and stories to summarizing complex texts and curating personalized travel plans, Copilot proves versatile.

What’s more intriguing is the Image Creator feature, empowered by DALL·E 3. It’s a tool that lets users dive into fresh styles, brainstorm social media content, craft brand aesthetics, produce logo designs, fashion custom backgrounds, build portfolios, visualize storyboards for film and video, and much more.

The app’s description captures its essence well: “By merging GPT-4’s prowess with DALL·E 3’s imaginative capabilities, Copilot not only streamlines your design process but also sparks creativity to unprecedented levels.”

Copilot grants users access to OpenAI’s GPT-4 technology at no cost, a significant step considering OpenAI’s GPT app primarily operates on GPT-3.5 tech and typically charges for GPT-4 access.

The mobile debut of Copilot follows Microsoft’s rebranding of Bing Chat to Copilot back in November. Initially, similar functionalities were accessible via Bing Chat on the Bing app. Speculation looms whether Microsoft aims to replace the Bing app entirely with Copilot, yet the tech giant remains mum on this aspect.

This mobile launch dovetails Copilot’s existing presence on the web. Microsoft’s goal seems clear – to position Copilot as a standalone service, widening its horizons and user base.