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**Microsoft’s AI Navigator: Now Offered as a Free Android Game**

Sorry, iPhone users. No Copilot app for you – but you can always use the Bing AI app.

There is a new AI-powered software available for Android users, known as Copilot, developed by Microsoft. This software integrates the latest models for GPT-4 and DALL-E3, offering similar functionality to OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Bing AI application.

The release of this software on Google Play for free was reported by Neowin employees approximately a week ago. Upon launching the app, users will encounter typical AI features and capabilities. While the software can be accessed without a user profile, logging into a Microsoft account provides additional opportunities for inquiries and extended conversations.

Moreover, I requested DALL-E 3 to create images of each state in the US, resulting in some remarkably unusual findings.

Users can interact with the software by posing questions or commands, either verbally or by typing. Additionally, the app allows users to analyze and interpret images that are submitted. By enabling GPT-4, users can expect more precise and reliable responses. Furthermore, users have the option to switch between Light and Dark modes based on their preferences.

According to the product page, “Copilot is a pioneering chat companion developed by Microsoft, powered by the latest OpenAI models, GPT-4 and DALL-E 3.” These advanced AI technologies can generate intricate visuals from simple text descriptions and provide rapid, detailed, and accurate responses.

The decision to introduce another AI app by Microsoft, despite having Bing, may be attributed to the significance of the term “Copilot.”

Additionally, I highly recommend exploring one of Amazon’s entirely AI-driven courses, an experience I recently undertook over the weekend.

Microsoft has been actively incorporating the term “Copilot” and its associated technology across various products such as Windows, Office365, Azure, and GitHub. The company even rebranded its Bing Talk platform as Copilot. Introducing a dedicated app named Copilot further reinforces this strategy to promote the product and concept.

Currently, the application is exclusively compatible with Android devices. However, Microsoft may expand its availability to iOS in the future. In the meantime, iPhone users can continue using the Bing AI app until such compatibility is established.

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Last modified: December 29, 2023
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