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Microsoft Copilot App Now Available for iPhone and iPad Users

Copilot is also available for Macs powered by Apple Silicon.

The Microsoft Copilot app is now available for iPhone and iPad users to download from the Apple App Store. The iOS app is being released just days after Microsoft released the standalone Copilot app for Android. The latest GPT-4 and DALL-E 3 processors power the AI-powered chatbot.

The app is free to download and use, however, there are a few functions that are missing from the mobile edition of Copilot. Once again, it appears that this is a silent release because Microsoft has made no official announcement about the rollout.

Copilot, which was formerly known as Bing Chat, allows users to produce text, get responses to queries, summarise text, write essays, poems, and more. Users can also use the integrated DALL-E 3 image generator to produce images.

The app also provides users with free access to OpenAI’s latest GPT-4 large language model. However, as of now, you can only get up to 30 responses at a time, and you must enable GPT-4 in the app.

The Copilot app for iOS currently does not save chat history, so you cannot revisit a recent chat. This capability is also accessible on ChatGPT, but the advantage of Copilot is that it provides free access to GPT-4, whereas ChatGPT requires payment. Users do not need to sign in to utilize the chatbot, like they do with Copilot on Android. Signing in will give you access to longer talks.

On iOS, users can now utilize voice or images to ask questions and initiate a conversation with Copilot. The app is compatible with iPhones and iPad running iOS 15 or later, according to the App Store listing. It is also available for Mac, although it is only compatible with Apple Silicon models running macOS 12.0 or later.

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Microsoft has recently announced a collaboration with Suno, an AI-powered music composition service. Users can use Suno to build their own beats by going to Copilot on the web. However, the user must sign in using a Microsoft account.

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