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Microsoft releases Copilot app for iPhones and iPads – Times of India



Microsoft has released an app for its AI chatbot on iOS and iPadOS, shortly after launching the Copilot app on Android. Both versions of the app are now available on Apple App Store.
This app provides access to Microsoft Copilot (previously known as Bing Chat) and functions similarly to OpenAI’s ChatGPT mobile app. Copilot uses OpenAI’s latest language model, GPT-4, while ChatGPT’s free version is powered by an older language model, ChatGPT-3.5.You can ask questions, draft emails, summarise text and a lot more.
Users can also use the Copilot to create images from their words. This feature is powered by OpenAI’s DALL-E 3 text-to-image AI system. OpenAI has claimed that this system is capable of better understanding the final image that you want to create based on the text that you type in. DALL-E 3 is also designed to be better than its predecessors at rendering difficult elements such as human hands.
As mentioned above, Microsoft Copilot has also been released as an app on Android. This AI chatbot has also been integrated into Windows 10 and Windows 11, which means that users can also access it on PCs. The chatbot is also available on Microsoft’s Edge browser.





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