ChatGPT users were limited to the website that sometimes logs them out and repeatedly asks for their login details to use the services. That wasn’t so much of an issue but what’s better than a website? An app.
OpenAI made their app available for iOS in May and promised to make it available for Android users as well, and they kept to their promise. OpenAI has released a ChatGPT app for Android.
The Android version is no different from the iOS version, you can talk to the generative AI to get answers that are hopefully authentic and also make voice commands using the in-house speech recognition.
To access this app from Play Store you should upgrade your device to Android 6.0. ChatGPT plus subscribers can switch between the two versions of the app which are, GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 language models.
Having the app will make ChatGPT more accessible in countries where they use mostly Android or uncommon PCs.
Just like all these other chatbots you should not reply Soley on the answers you get back because these generative AIs can malfunction and shouldn’t be trusted completely. ChatGPT should be used as a template or a starting point for a task, this is not to say ChatGPT isn’t helpful, just be mindful.