The official Copilot app for iOS is now available for free download on the App Store, just days after Microsoft brought the app to Android.
According to Neowin, Copilot is an assistant powered by Microsoft’s artificial intelligence (AI), allowing users to ask anything, quickly compose emails, compose stories or scripts, and summarize documents. complex… The best feature of the service is that it runs on OpenAI’s latest GPT-4, which essentially gives users free access to the most powerful large language model (LLM) that is only available on The paid version of ChatGPT is ChatGPT Plus.
Besides, Copilot on iOS can also become an image creation tool to help create AI works of art right on the user’s mobile device. So Microsoft brought OpenAI’s DALL-E3 technology to the application.
Microsoft states: “By combining the power of GPT-4 with the imagination of DALL-E3, Copilot not only enhances your design process but can also take your creativity to new heights.” Inspirational new heights”.
In addition to the mobile experience, users can also run the standalone Copilot web service on a desktop or laptop, even outside of the Edge browser.
This is Microsoft’s latest move to promote the wider availability of Copilot to users thanks to many different product categories. In just the past two weeks, the company added Copilot to Dev Tools in Edge to help developers troubleshoot issues, expanded its capabilities in the Microsoft 365 roadmap, launched a standalone app for Android, and offered Extensive Copilot Chat on GitHub.
Copilot is a top priority for the company, which is demonstrated when Microsoft likens the importance of the service to the Start button in Windows, seeing it as “the access point to the world of AI on PC”.