ChatGPT releases its iOS App – here’s what we know!




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Mira Murati, the tech virtuoso and CTO of OpenAI, just dropped a major announcement on Twitter. Buckle up, because the ChatGPT iOS app is now officially live!

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The ChatGPT app is not just free to use, but it also keeps track of your conversation history across all your devices. Neat, right? But that’s not all – they’ve even integrated Whisper, their open-source speech-recognition system, which means you can now talk to ChatGPT, just like you would with Siri or Alexa.

And, if you’re a ChatGPT Plus subscriber, you get to experience the awesome power of GPT-4, and you’ll also have early access to new features and benefit from super speedy response times, all on your iOS device.

The App – Seamlessly Integrated, Intuitive, and User-Friendly

The ChatGPT iOS app is built with a clean and user-friendly design, allowing users to start a conversation with the AI with minimal setup.

Simply open the app and start typing your thoughts, queries, or any topic you want to explore.

The app seamlessly integrates into the iOS environment, adhering to the high standards of design and functionality that Apple users have come to expect.

How can you access it!

With just a tap on this link (, US peeps can now experience official ChatGPT app, right on their iPhones and iPads. And fret not, the rest of the world — it’s coming your way soon too!

But, I use Android?

Android users haven’t been forgotten! In true OpenAI style, they are rolling out in phases so keep your eyes peeled for updates, as your turn is just around the corner.

But is it worth it?

Yes: Here’s a reminder of some of the cool things you will be able to do right from your phone on the Official app:

Not to forget those burning questions you may need answered on the loo: like maybe you’re curious about quantum physics at 2 a.m.

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