Microsoft opens the door for over a billion Android users to experience Copilot
Users will no longer have to use the Bing mobile app to be able to use the Copilot app. This new app allows over a billion Android users to experience Copilot, dramatically increasing its reach and potential user base.
Copilot throws a life preserver to productivity, crafting emails, spinning captivating stories, summarizing texts, and even translating languages on the fly. Need a vacation? Copilot charts the course, generating personalized itineraries and suggesting hidden gems like a seasoned travel buddy.
Here’s what Copilot offers on Android:
A versatile AI assistant:
- Boost Productivity: Draft emails, create stories, summarize texts, translate languages, proofread documents, optimize content, plan travel itineraries, update resumes, and more.
- Enhance Creativity: Generate stunning visuals from text descriptions with the Image Creator powered by DALL-E 3. Explore styles, design social media content, develop brand motifs, and more.
Powered by advanced AI:
- OpenAI GPT-4: Provides fast, complex, and precise responses to your queries.
- DALL-E 3: Creates high-quality visuals from your imagination.
While it’s still early days, Copilot’s arrival on Android marks a promising chapter in the ongoing story of AI. Its features and potential offer a glimpse into a future where AI assistants become indispensable companions, seamlessly blending productivity, creativity, and ease of use into our daily lives.
Free to download
If you’re curious to try it out, you can simply download the app from the Google Play Store and start chatting with your personal AI assistant! As for iOS the app still isn’t available yet but we can expect it very soon.