After launching as free iOS software for iPhones and iPads a few months ago, ChatGPT’s Android version is now available through the Google Play Store.
The rollout is originally targeted at the US, India, Bangladesh, and Brazil, as said in a corporate tweet. More nations are anticipated to acquire access in a later phase, mimicking the technique used for the iOS version’s earlier slow distribution.
This indicates that Pakistan and many other regions have yet to receive the app.
After statistics from Sensor Tower and Similarweb showed declines in web traffic and app installations throughout June, we only last week announced that the Android application’s release was about to happen.
Before the introduction of Threads, ChatGPT was seeing explosive growth. It’s unclear at this point if the popularity will continue to grow or if it has peaked.
The GPT-4 model from OpenAI, which powers the Bing AI chatbot, has been available on Android for a while. Instead of using a specific app, Google’s Bard AI runs entirely through a web interface.
Apple hasn’t released a chatbot of its own, despite other tech companies releasing mobile apps with AI features. But according to a recent Bloomberg piece, the tech titan is reportedly already testing one inside.