Since its release in November, OpenAI’s ChatGPT tool has attracted a large user base, comparable to that of Threads. A public announcement of an Android app launch has been made by the corporation.
After a few months of availability on iOS devices, ChatGPT is now available for Android devices.
OpenAI announced the upcoming release of ChatGPT for Android via a tweet, but did not provide a specific release date. A Google Play Store pre-order page was also provided so that interested parties may sign up to have the software automatically downloaded and installed upon its release.
After releasing ChatGPT for iOS in May, the business finally made good on its promise to release an Android version.
If you’re looking for an alternative to the web-only interface of Google’s Bard chatbot, Microsoft’s Bing app will have to do while you wait for an app for ChatGPT. Using the Prometheus Model and GPT-4, this has been accessible on Android and iOS devices since February.
OpenAI’s ChatGPT has lost quality
Sensor Tower and Similarweb data for the month of June shows that both website visitors and app downloads have been on the decline. In addition, there have been new complaints that GPT-4 is “slower and dumber” than before.
This week, OpenAI addressed this concern, saying that it is always improving the APIs in response to user feedback.
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