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Microsoft Copilot Now Available on Apple App Store for iOS Users
The highly anticipated Microsoft Copilot app is now officially available for download from the Apple App Store, catering to the needs of both iPhone and iPad users. This exciting release on iOS comes just days after the standalone Copilot app was rolled out on Android, marking a significant expansion of its user base.
Powered by the advanced GPT-4 and DALL-E 3 AI technologies, the Copilot app offers an array of functionalities to its users. While the app is free to download and use, it is worth noting that there are certain features that are currently unavailable on the mobile version of Copilot. Oddly enough, this release seems to be shrouded in silence as Microsoft has not made any official announcement regarding the rollout.
Copilot: A Multi-Purpose AI Chatbot
Initially known as Bing Chat, Copilot has been rebranded to better reflect its multifaceted capabilities. The app empowers users to create text, seek answers to queries, summarize text, compose essays, poems, and more. Moreover, it enables users to generate images using the integrated DALL-E 3 image generator. Notably, the app grants users complimentary access to the latest GPT-4 large language model from OpenAI. However, the current testing environment allows for only up to 30 responses at a time, necessitating the manual enablement of the GPT-4 feature within the app.
One limitation of the Copilot app on iOS is its lack of chat history saving capability, preventing users from revisiting recent conversations. While this feature is available on ChatGPT, the advantage of using Copilot lies in its provision of free access to GPT-4, which would otherwise require a subscription on ChatGPT. Similar to its Android counterpart, the iOS version of Copilot does not mandate user sign-ins for using the chatbot. However, signing in grants extended access for longer chats.
Compatibility and Additional Features
What’s more, users can effortlessly initiate conversations with Copilot on iOS using voice commands or images. As mentioned in the App Store listing, the app is compatible with iPhone and iPad models running iOS 15 or later. Furthermore, it is also available for download on Mac, exclusively operational on Apple Silicon models running macOS 12.0 or later.
Microsoft also recently unveiled a groundbreaking partnership with Suno, an AI-powered music creation service. This integration allows users to leverage Suno within Copilot on the web to create personalized beats, though it does necessitate signing in using a Microsoft account.
Integration with Other Platforms and Podcast
To offer a seamless user experience, Copilot complements its functionality by integrating with popular platforms. Additionally, a podcast titled Orbital, hosted by Gadgets 360, thoroughly discusses the iQoo Neo 7 Pro’s latest features and its appeal to smartphone consumers in India. This episode is readily accessible on various podcasting platforms such as Spotify, Gaana, JioSaavn, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, and Amazon Music.
Overall, Microsoft’s Copilot app is a versatile and powerful tool powered by cutting-edge AI technologies, aiming to assist users with a diverse range of tasks. With its recent expansion to the Apple App Store, it promises to provide enhanced productivity and creative support to iOS users. Despite its silent release, the app’s potential for comprehensive support in various tasks is undeniable, and its partnership with Suno adds an exciting dimension to its functionality.