Without much publicity, Microsoft has released a standalone Copilot app for Android devices. First spotted by a user on social media, the app provides easy access on Android phones to Microsoft’s AI-powered assistant.
Similar to the Bing Chat app, Copilot for Android grants users the helpful features they may be used to on the desktop version. You can ask Copilot complex questions, generate images with DALL-E 3, draft emails or documents, or simply chat about random topics. The Android app also lets you toggle GPT-4 on or off.
As described on the Google Play store, the Copilot app aims to boost productivity using the latest AI advancements from OpenAI:
“Copilot is a pioneering chat assistant from Microsoft powered by the latest OpenAI models, GPT-4 and DALL·E 3. These advanced AI technologies provide fast, complex, and precise responses, as well as the ability to create breathtaking visuals from simple text descriptions.”
For now, Copilot is only available as a standalone Android app. But iOS users can still access similar features through the Bing app. And on Android devices, Copilot capabilities are also accessible within Microsoft Edge, SwiftKey, Skype, and other Microsoft apps.
If you want to try Microsoft’s AI assistant on the go, download the new Copilot app for free from the Google Play Store. With it, you can chat with Copilot, ask questions, generate images, and boost productivity using the power of AI.