OpenAI’s AI chatbot, ChatGPT, gained immense popularity in no time. The company recently launched its mobile app for iOS users. Now OpenAI has rolled out the official ChatGPT mobile app for iOS users in 11 more countries. Initially, the app was only available in the US. Now many people in Europe, South Korea, New Zealand and more can download the app from the App Store.
The ChatGPT app is a free app with no ads. People already familiar with ChatGPT will feel comfortable using it on mobile.
OpenAI rolls out ChatGPT iOS app to 11 more countries
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Here is the full list of countries where the ChatGPT is now available: Albania, Croatia, France, Germany, Ireland, Jamaica, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, South Korea, UK and US Again, the app is only available on iOS for now. The company has also promised to launch an Android app soon.
When you open the app, you can start typing text in a text box at the bottom of the screen. It works just like sending a message in any messenger app. While you can dictate text using Apple’s built-in speech recognition feature, you can also take advantage of OpenAI’s open-source speech recognition system Whisper for voice input.
After you hit the submit button, OpenAI processes your request and returns an AI-generated response. You can follow up with more information or ask for a different answer. Users can copy and paste answers.
By default, ChatGPT saves your chat history and uses it for model training. When this feature is enabled, you can also find your conversations on the desktop.
You can subscribe to ChatGPT Plus to access the capabilities of GPT-4 through the mobile app. Users should also notice faster response times. ChatGPT Plus costs $20 per month on desktop and is also available as an in-app purchase in your local currency.
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