Microsoft’s Copilot Is Here to Shake Up Your Android Phone With AI Magic

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been the buzzword for the whole year. We have plenty of mind-blowing AI tools and chat assistants, such as ChatGPT and Google Bard. Microsoft has also been working aggressively on AI and brought AI smarts to its products, including Windows 10 and Windows 11, by introducing Copilot. Now, the tech giant has quietly introduced the Copilot app for Android.

You can download the Copilot app from the Google Play Store. You don’t need a Microsoft account to use the app, but you can only ask a total of 5 questions every day. If you want to ask more questions, sign in to the Copilot app and continue your conversation.

If you have already used the Bing app on your Android device, the Copilot will look similar to the Bing Chat. Nevertheless, the Copilot app is powered by the GPT-4 AI model and allows you to choose from three conversation styles: Balanced, Creative, and Precise.

The Copilot app is currently available for Android. It’s yet to be released for the iPhones and iPads.

What Can Microsoft’s Copilot Do For You?

The Copilot app can help you with a lot of tasks. Whether you’re brainstorming something, writing an article, email, job letter, or doing research on any topic, the Copilot can be pretty useful.

Just tell what you want to draw, and the Copilot will do it for you, using Dall-E 3. It can even solve complicated math problems. One of the biggest advantages of Copilot is that it gives you access to GPT-4 capabilities without paying a single penny.

Learn to use AI in your work and take your productivity to a new level.

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Vicky Kumar is a passionate tech enthusiast and writer with a keen interest in the world of Android and Windows. Over the last three years, Vicky has been sharing insights, tips, and expert advice on these operating systems to help readers make the most of their devices and software. He has worked on websites, including GetDroidTips, OyPrice, and RootMyGalaxy. When not writing, he enjoys watching cricket highlights and exploring new apps.

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