Microsoft on Tuesday launched a standalone app for its AI-powered chatbot, Copilot for Android devices. Now, the company has released a dedicated Copilot app for iOS and iPadOS.
For those unaware, Microsoft Copilot (earlier known as Bing Chat) is powered by the latest OpenAI models, GPT-4 and DALL-E 3, that can help you with a variety of tasks, such as providing fast, complex, and precise responses, summarize documents, create breathtaking visuals from simple text descriptions, and troubleshooting problems using natural language.
Besides this, Copilot also lets you draft emails and documents, compose stories, musical pieces, or scripts, summarize complex texts, translate texts from one language to another, create personalized itineraries, write job resumes, and more.
For its image-generating functionalities, the Copilot app can quickly explore new styles and ideas, curate social media content, generate logo designs, create custom backgrounds and illustrations, visualize film and video storyboards, and more.
“By combining the power of GPT-4 with the imaginative capabilities of DALL-E 3, Copilot not only enhances your design workflow, but can also bring your creativity to inspiring new heights,” reads the description of the Copilot app on the Apple App Store.
Meanwhile, the iOS and iPadOS version of the Copilot app offers all the features available for the Android version. Also, the app provides support for Siri Shortcuts and can also be used within other apps such as Microsoft Edge and SwiftKey.
You can download the Microsoft Copilot app for iOS and iPadOS from here for free.