In September, Microsoft replaced Cortana with its new AI-powered assistant, Copilot in Windows 11. Last month, Microsoft integrated OpenAI’s GPT-4 Turbo into Copilot, and now, Copilot is available for Android users.
Microsoft recently introduced the Copilot AI-Powered Chat Assistant on Android, utilizing OpenAI’s GPT-4 and DALL·E 3 models. This app ensures rapid and accurate responses while generating visually appealing content from basic text inputs.
You can download Copilot for free on the Google Play Store, allowing you to draft emails, compose stories, perform language translation, proofread, and plan travel itineraries. The Image Creator, driven by DALL·E 3, streamlines design processes by turning text prompts into high-quality visuals.
While the Android version is now accessible, Microsoft hasn’t officially confirmed plans for an iOS release. There’s speculation about a potential 2024 launch, but details are unconfirmed.
This development follows Microsoft’s rebranding of Bing Chat to Copilot. Copilot on Android closely mirrors its ChatGPT counterpart, offering chatbot capabilities, image generation, and text drafting. For iOS users eagerly awaiting Copilot, current access to features remains available through the Bing app. Microsoft’s venture into the mobile app arena highlights Copilot’s transformation into a versatile tool.
In related news, Suno, recognized for its AI algorithms in music composition, has partnered with Microsoft Copilot to introduce an easy-to-use tool for effortlessly crafting songs. The process is straightforward: users provide a text prompt, and the algorithm takes the reins, producing fully realized songs with accompanying lyrics and singing voices.