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Microsoft’s Copilot is now available on Android 2023

Microsoft has launched it AI Copilot on Android’s Google Play

Microsoft's Copilot is now available on Android 2023

Copilot App lands on Google Play

In a subtle yet significant move, Microsoft has discreetly launched the Copilot app for Android, now available on the Google Play Store. This dedicated app grants Android users direct access to the AI-powered Copilot without the need for the Bing mobile app, providing a seamless and standalone experience.

Copilot AI capabilities revealed

The Copilot app on Android mirrors the popular ChatGPT, delivering an array of AI capabilities. Users can enjoy chatbot interactions, harness the power of DALL-E 3 for image generation, and effortlessly draft text for emails and documents. Notably, the app grants free access to OpenAI’s cutting-edge GPT-4 model, a feature that typically comes at a cost for users of ChatGPT.

Evolution of Microsoft AI

Microsoft’s foray into AI started earlier this year with the integration of ChatGPT-like features into its Bing search engine. After rebranding Bing Chat to Copilot a month ago, the tech giant has taken the experience to a whole new level. Copilot is now a standalone entity, residing on its dedicated domain at This evolution aligns with Microsoft’s strategy of offering a comprehensive, standalone Copilot experience.

What’s next?

While Android users can already enjoy the Copilot app, iOS enthusiasts might need to hold on a bit longer for their turn. Although an iOS version is currently missing in action, it wouldn’t be surprising if it makes its debut shortly. Until then, users on Apple devices can leverage the Bing app to access Copilot features seamlessly. The Copilot journey continues, marking a strategic step in Microsoft’s commitment to expanding the accessibility and functionality of its AI-powered offerings.

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