It has taken a few months, but the official OpenAI ChatGPT app for Android is finally available on the Google Play Store.
Simply by being at the forefront of conversational AI language models, ChatGPT has taken the world by storm. There is a lot of work involved, of course, but that work has paid off because ChatGPT is now the best quality model available for use on the web. That’s how OpenAI intended to introduce its services to Apple’s iOS, leaving Android customers waiting for an official app.
ChatGPT’s official Android app is now accessible on the Play Store, and signups opened up only recently. When the iOS version of their software debuted in the App Store, the company dropped hints about an Android version, but nobody knew when it would arrive. The Play Store page for ChatGPT previously only said, “coming soon“.
This ChatGPT by OpenAI may look similar to others on the Android Play Store, but it is the real deal. The software costs nothing, yet it offers the same functionality as the iOS version. OpenAI specifically states that either user will have the same experience.
After installation, a colorful login screen will welcome you. In addition, users are presented with a notice reminding them that ChatGPT isn’t perfect and may produce erroneous results. The interface is really straightforward, providing the same web-based feel as before, along with a discussion box for making small talk or posing inquiries.
The team claims that ChatGPT for Android will soon be accessible to users in the United States, India, Bangladesh, and Brazil. With further expansion planned for the next week, OpenAI is clearly in a hurry to release the official app.