Android users to finally get ChatGPT next week as registrations open
ChatGPT’s Android application is scheduled to be launched next week.
- The application is currently available for registrations on the Play Store.
- ChatGPT was launched in November 2022 and the iOS application was released in May 2023.
AdvertisementOpenAI’s popular artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot ChatGPT is all set to get its Android application next week. The iOS application for ChatGPT was launched in May and Android users will finally be able to get a dedicated app on their smartphone.
ChatGPT was launched in November 2022 and it took the internet by storm, attracting over a 100 million users within two months of its launch. The AI chatbot allows users to ask questions and get answers to a host of questions, ranging from simple questions like history of a place to complex coding questions.
How to register for ChatGPT for Android
You can pre-register for the
- Go to the Google Play Store and search “ChatGPT” or click here.
- Now, click on “Install” and then click on “Ok”.
If you do not wish to install the application, you can click on “Unregister” or turn off the “Automatic install” option.
Android application to offer easier access
The Android application of ChatGPT will enable easier and quicker access to the chatbot for users. Currently, Android users need to use a browser to get access to ChatGPT and this will change once the Android application is released.
ChatGPT offers several features, it can be used to make your life simpler. Whether you use it to get answers to questions relating to your work or to simplify complex text, it is able to handle these tasks easily.
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