Monday, 24 July 2023, Bengaluru, India
Two months after launching for iOS, ChatGPT is now accessible for “pre-order” by Android users who want to utilize the common chatbot while on the road. If it is even remotely as effective as the iPhone version, expect to see substantial statistics over the upcoming few weeks.
Of course, anyone with a mobile device may access ChatGPT or other OpenAI products through the web interface, but, to put it bluntly, the expanded functionality of a dedicated app has proven to be immensely alluring. It impressed everyone with its 500,000 iPhone downloads in the first week before Threads appeared and overtook it.
The Android version of the ChatGPT app offers a full range of functionality available in the web-based version, and it functions essentially the same as its iOS equivalent. Using an iPhone at home and an Android smartphone at work is easy due to the possibility of having your communications and preferences synchronized between platforms.
Some changes are inevitable, given how different the two mobile operating systems are from one another. For instance, Android users won’t receive Siri and Shortcuts from the iOS app in June, but they’ll likely receive something comparable.
The Android app will start “rolling out to users next week,” possibly in the US, according to a tweet from OpenAI. Other nations’ intentions weren’t made public, but they most likely will be in a few weeks or months. It was accessible in twelve additional countries a week after its first release. You may pre-register to receive notifications when the app launches by choosing the “pre-register” option in the Play Store.
[Source of Information: Techcrunch.com]