Open AI, which recently announced that it was launching the mobile version of the famous AI chatbot ChatGPT, has disclosed that the mobile app which was initially made available for iOS users in the U.S. is now available for those living in Europe, South Korea, and New Zealand.
The mobile app which is free of ads, is designed with not so much difference from the web version so users won’t feel any different when using the web or mobile version.
Meanwhile, here is the list of countries where ChatGPT is now available: Albania, Croatia, France, Germany, Ireland, Jamaica, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, South Korea, the U.K., and the U.S. but this is still for iOS users. OpenAI had announced earlier that the Android version would be released soon.
ChatGPT mobile allows users to type in their questions or interest in the textbox at the bottom of the screen, just sending a message on a messenger app. Although users can also make use of OpenAI’s open-source speech recognition system “Whisper” to dictate the text, this is only available for iOS users also.
OpenAI then processes your request or question after users press send and gives an AI-generated answer. However, users can get more information or ask different questions.
Also, ChatGPT naturally saves your chat history and also uses it for model training. When this feature is enabled, it helps you find your previous conversations on the desktop version as well. Users must note that if they disable data sharing it also disables chat history too.