Android users may now use Microsoft’s Copilot AI helper.

Features that are accessible on the desktop version of the application will be supported by the app.

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Android mobile devices may now use Microsoft’s Copilot product, an AI chatbot that can assist with everything from writing code to creating marketing emails. Copilot may also be used to create pictures from straightforward text requests and descriptions. Copilot is driven by OpenAI’s most recent models, GPT-4 and DALL-E 3. The software can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store and doesn’t require a Microsoft account to use.

In contrast to the debut of Bing Chat on mobile devices, the launch of Microsoft’s Copilot (previously Bing Chat) on mobile devices was met with minimal fanfare and no official press releases. The recently launched Copilot app was first discovered by Neowin when X users saw it in the Play Store. It was introduced earlier this month. However, Copilot is currently unavailable for iOS, and the developer has not yet provided an estimated date of delivery.

It is only fitting that Copilot has found its way onto mobile devices (at least initially on Android). Microsoft’s prior decision to introduce Copilot to Windows 10, after its release on Edge, Microsoft 365 products, and Windows 11, increased the number of devices that may utilize the AI assistant to 1 billion, indicating the company’s unwavering stance on growth. This is in line with the latest Copilot improvements from the firm, which include the music production and video summary features.

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