Microsoft’s Copilot, the company’s AI-powered chatbot that can do everything from help you write code to prepare a marketing email, has on an Android mobile device.

Copilot, which is powered by the latest models OpenAI GPT-4 a FROM-E 3, can also be used to generate images from simple text descriptions. The application is available on the Google Play Store, is Free Download and does not require a Microsoft account.

The launch of the mobile version of Microsoft Copilot (formerly Bing Chat) was done quietly, without much fanfare and official announcements. The mobile version was released earlier this month, but still not available for iOS and the company has yet to promise any date when it should be.

But it makes sense that Copilot has made its way to mobile devices (or at least Android to begin with). Microsoft’s previous move that brought Copilot for Windows 10after launching in the Edge browser, Microsoft 365 products and Windows 11, added an additional 1 billion devices that can use the AI ​​assistant, which means that Microsoft is trying to as wide as possible among users. This effort is also reflected in Copilot’s recent updates, which brought a video summary feature and a song creation feature.