Microsoft Expands Copilot AI Assistant to Android Devices

Microsoft’s Copilot tool has made its way onto Android mobile devices. Copilot, powered by OpenAI’s latest models GPT-4 and DALL-E 3, can be used to write code and generate images from simple text descriptions. The app is available on the Play Store, free to download, and does not require a Microsoft account to sign in.

The rollout of the mobile version of Microsoft’s Copilot was quiet, with little buzz and no formal announcements. The new Copilot app was released earlier this month and was initially spotted by users in the Play Store. Copilot is not available on iOS, and there is no release date promised by the company.

It makes sense that Copilot has made its way to mobile devices, specifically on Android, as Microsoft aims for expansion. The company’s recent updates to Copilot include its image generation capability.

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