Microsoft Copilot Arrives On iOS: Here’s How To Download And Use

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Earlier this week, Microsoft released Copilot for Android, an advanced chatbot that utilizes GPT-3.5 or GPT-4’s advanced language processing abilities to solve users’ queries. At the time, the company didn’t release the chatbot for iOS. However, on Friday, Microsoft dropped Copilot for iPhone and iPad, with all its AI-enabled chat assistance features.

Here’s How To Download Copilot For iOS

Previously, Copilot was only available for Chrome browsers on desktops. But thanks to recent releases, smartphone users can now benefit from the chatbot powered by OpenAI’s GPT and DALL-E 3 integration. This implies that Copilot can generate texts and images based on a piece of description. 

  1. To download the app, iOS users must head to the App Store.
  2. Then tap on Search at the bottom right corner of the screen. 
  3. Now type Microsoft Copilot in the search bar at the top and tap on search at the bottom right corner of the keyboard. 
  4. Locate the app developed by Microsoft Corporation and hit the Get button to the right. Wait for a few moments before the app installs.
  5. Once the app is installed, tap on Open.
  6. Hit Continue on the next screen. Decline the permission for access to location.
  7.  Now, type your query in the text field at the bottom of the screen and hit the blue arrow to the right to generate a response. 

Typing in the query “What is Smartprix,” we got a response that said, “Smartprix is a website that offers online comparison shopping for various products, such as smartphones, laptops, TVs, and appliances,” which is pretty accurate. The results even included citations from where the chatbot had gathered its responses, which includes our websites and a couple of others. 

As we mentioned in our Copilot for Android article, the iOS version can generate text about a topic, analyze images, create synthetic images using DALL-E 3, and pretty much everything an AI assistant is supposed to do. You can even provide input via voice if you don’t feel like typing, or your query is long. 

Shikhar MehrotraShikhar Mehrotra
A tech enthusiast at heart, Shikhar Mehrotra has been writing news since college for an undergraduate degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. Over the last four years, he has worked with several national and international publications, including Republic World, and ScreenRant, writing news, how-to explainers, smartphone comparisons, reviews, and list-type articles. When he is not working, Shikhar likes to click pictures, make videos for his YouTube channel, and watch the American sitcom Friends.

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