OpenAI launches ChatGPT for iOS in 11 more nations except India

OpenAI launches ChatGPT for iOS in 11 more nations except India

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After launching ChatGPT for iOS in the US last week, OpenAI has rolled out the app in 11 more nations except India.

The app will now be available in nations such as France, the UK, Jamaica, Korea, Ireland, Nicaragua, Albania, Croatia, etc.

The launch in 11 more nations was announced by Mira Murati, the CTO at OpenAI.

In a tweet, Murati wrote that the ChatGPT app for iOS was now available in the said countries, and it will be rolled out to more nations soon.

“With the ChatGPT app for iOS, we’re taking another step towards our mission by transforming state-of-the-art research into useful tools that empower people while continuously making them more accessible,” the company said in its blog post.

The San Francisco-based company launched ChatGPT Plus in India in March.

Unlike the web version, questions can be asked using voice.

The free app will later be made available for Android phones also.

Users who pay for OpenAI’s ChatGPT Plus subscription can also use its most powerful large language model, GPT-4, via the app.

Last week, OpenAI said the ChatGPT app for Apple’s iOS will remain ad free but “syncs your history across devices”.

“We’re starting our rollout in the US and will expand to additional countries in the coming weeks,” OpenAI had said in a blog post.

The app can also give “guidance on cooking, travel plans, or crafting thoughtful messages,” the startup said.

ChatGPT’s powers are already available on smartphones, through Microsoft’s Bing search app, which uses technology from OpenAI.

Since its release on the web late last year, millions of people have experimented with ChatGPT and other bots — such as Bard, created by Alphabet Inc.’s Google.

Earlier in February, OpenAI launched a pilot subscription plan for its popular AI-powered chatbot, called ChatGPT Plus, for $20 per month.

(With inputs from agencies


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