The official ChatGPT app for Android has been released by OpenAI and is currently accessible on the Google Play Store in the US, India, Bangladesh, and Brazil. To offer findings to Android devices, the app makes use of the GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 language models from OpenAI. Additionally, it uses OpenAI’s Whisper voice recognition technology.
An AI language model interface for conversational purposes is called ChatGPT. It performs the role of an AI assistant that can help with text production, analysis, and summary. The use cases that OpenAI advocates include ways to get “instant answers,” “tailored advice,” “creative inspiration,” “professional input,” and “learning opportunities.”
It is crucial to keep in mind that ChatGPT, especially the GPT-3.5 model, may occasionally participate in confabulation, which might result in erroneous information being provided.
As a result, it is not totally trustworthy as a source of fact. However, if the users are knowledgeable about the issue and able to validate the results, it may be beneficial for assessing the data that users offer.
The ChatGPT app for Android is connected to users’ pre-existing ChatGPT accounts, just as the iOS version, enabling conversation history syncing between devices. It also supports the ChatGPT Plus membership features, which provide users access to the GPT-4 language model and several Beta capabilities like Custom Instructions.
With an input box at the bottom of the screen and a scrolling chat history taking up the most of the interface, using the app is similar to using text messaging.