OpenAI Launches Free ChatGPT App for iOS, Android Version Coming Soon

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Cheating on a test or winging a speech may have gotten a lot easier for Apple users, as OpenAI has begun rolling out a ChatGPT app for iOS, bringing its generative AI tool to smartphones for the very first time. Similar to the desktop version, the iOS counterpart is free to use and offers the same great versatility, including the ability to generate answers to questions that may or may not be correct instantly, although paid Plus subscriptions are also supported for those who want access to the newer GPT-4 model. The ChatGPT app also syncs history across devices and supports voice input via Whisper, OpenAI’s open-source speech-recognition system. OpenAI has promised that an Android version will be coming soon.

OpenAI ChatGPT App Features

  • Instant answers: Get precise information without sifting through ads or multiple results.
  • Tailored advice: Seek guidance on cooking, travel plans, or crafting thoughtful messages.
  • Creative inspiration: Generate gift ideas, outline presentations, or write the perfect poem.
  • Professional input: Boost productivity with idea feedback, note summarization, and technical topic assistance.
  • Learning opportunities: Explore new languages, modern history, and more at your own pace.

From an OpenAI post:

The ChatGPT app is free to use and syncs your history across devices. It also integrates Whisper, our open-source speech-recognition system, enabling voice input. ChatGPT Plus subscribers get exclusive access to GPT-4’s capabilities, early access to features and faster response times, all on iOS.

We’re starting our rollout in the US and will expand to additional countries in the coming weeks. We’re eager to see how you use the app. As we gather user feedback, we’re committed to continuous feature and safety improvements for ChatGPT.

With the ChatGPT app for iOS, we’re taking another step towards our mission by transforming state-of-the-art research into useful tools that empower people, while continuously making them more accessible. 

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