OpenAI releases ChatGPT for iOS without charge. OpenAI is making it even more straightforward for a wide variety of users to connect to ChatGPT.
OpenAI announced on Thursday that it had released a free app called ChatGPT for users of iOS devices in the United States. OpenAI hopes to roll out the program in other countries soon.
The introduction comes almost six months after OpenAI initially made ChatGPT available to the general public online. The release swiftly ignited a new AI arms race in the tech industry to create and deploy tools that generate engaging written work and images in response to user inputs. The race is to build and deploy solutions that create compelling written work and pictures.
During the same week, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman testified in front of Congress on AI’s potential dangers to society. In his testimony, Altman described the present surge in the technology as a possible “printing press moment,” although he emphasized the need for safeguards.
The new ChatGPT app has the same features as the web-based version of the viral chatbot tool, and it has the potential to contribute to the tool’s growing popularity. In addition to being able to type in their commands, software users will also have the option to speak their powers into the microphone on their mobile device. Users’ histories can also be synchronized across all of their devices.
Those who pay an additional twenty dollars monthly to subscribe to ChatGPT Plus will have other features on the app. These benefits include access to GPT-4 capabilities, which are the next-generation version of the technology that the application is based on. According to Mira Murati, who serves as the CTO of OpenAI, the business intends to release an Android version shortly.