OpenAI announces the launch of the official ChatGPT app for Android devices this Friday (21st). The generative artificial intelligence (AI)-based tool will launch “next week” just two months after arriving on iPhone (iOS).

This means that Android users are not yet able to download and install the ChatGPT app. For those who are most worried, it is possible to pre-register the app directly from the Play Store.

Access the store from your mobile or computer, search for the application name and click the “Install” button, which displays a clock icon to indicate that it is not yet available. After that, a popup states that ChatGPT will “install automatically when available” and is ready to use.

Initialization should avoid confusion

With the official release of OpenAI available, users will be less likely to download ChatGPT “clones” from the Google app store. Potential fraudulent applications that leverage the success of AI often carry similar terminology adopted by the company to attract the user.

On Android, it offers the same features as the iOS and Web version. This, of course, includes typing commands and getting speech responses based on the GPT-4 Large Language Model (LLM).

It is worth considering that ChatGPT is free to use and the user needs an account to use it. The service can also sync chats across different devices. However, there is still a subscription that gives you access to more features for $20 per month.

Source: Tec Mundo

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