Microsoft Makes the Existence Of Copilot App On iOS & iPad. 

Microsoft initially introduced the Copilot application on Android, and now the brand is expanding it on iOS and iPad platforms. 

First, Microsoft has made the Copilot application on Google Play Store, and now it is enhancing the iOS users’ experience by making it available on iOS and iPad. Finally, the brand has rolled out both application versions on the Apple App Store for downloading. 

Microsoft Copilot, formerly Bing Chat, works as the mechanism of the similar ChatGPT smartphone application of OpenAI. This application allows users to ask questions, draft emails, summarise text, and much more. Apart from all these, the users also have the power to create images through an integration with the text-to-image generator DALL-E3.  

Here’s the catch: by neglecting the free version of ChatGPT that runs GPT-3.5, Microsoft Copilot permits the users to get access to GPT-4, which is the latest large language model (LLM) from OpenAI, without having to pay for a subscription. 

Along with the rebranding of Bing Chat to Copilot of Microsoft, the brand is moving toward offering a standalone experience similar to ChatGPT. However, alongside delivering Applications on Android and Apple platforms, Microsoft has also created a web experience for Copilot, which is separate from Bing. 

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Shazia Irani

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