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Announced by OpenAI in a tweet The official ChatGPT mobile app is now available in more countries. When OpenAI first unveiled its mobile app last week, the app was only available on iOS and in the United States, with many people living in Europe, South Korea, New Zealand and many more. others can Download the app from the App Store.
ChatGPT is a free app without any ads. People who are already familiar with ChatGPT will feel right at home because it is essentially a way to interact with a chatbot – nothing more, nothing less.
Here is the complete list of countries where ChatGPT is now available: Albania, Croatia, France, Germany, Ireland, Jamaica, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, South Korea, United Kingdom and United States. Again, the app is only available on iOS at the moment. originally advertised OpenAI also promises that an Android app is “coming soon”.
When the app opens, you can start entering text in a text box at the bottom of the screen. It works like sending a message in any messaging app. While you can dictate text using Apple’s built-in speech recognition, you can also take advantage of OpenAI’s open voice recognition platform whistle to input audio.
After clicking the submit button, OpenAI processes your request and returns an AI-generated response. You can continue with more information or request a different answer. The app supports code blocks and users can copy and paste responses.
By default, ChatGPT saves your chat history and uses it for model training. When this feature is enabled, you will also be able to find your chats on your desktop. It should be noted that there is no way to disable data sharing without also disabling your chat history.
If you subscribe to ChatGPT Plus, you will be able to access GPT-4 features through the mobile app. Users should also notice faster response times. ChatGPT Plus costs $20 per month on desktop and is also available as an in-app purchase in your local currency (€22.99 per month in Europe, £19.99 in the UK, etc.).
The timing of this expansion, which includes several European countries, is interesting because OpenAI CEO Sam Altman is meeting with European heads of state this week, such as French Emmanuel MacronAnd Spaniard Pedro Sanchez And Rishi Sunak in the UK. Altman expressed criticism Towards a policy of accelerated regulation of artificial intelligence. And now ChatGPT will be so easy to access in Europe that people will be able to say “Just download the app”.