How ChatGPT on Android will soon be easier to reach

How ChatGPT on Android will soon be easier to reach

How ChatGPT on Android will soon be easier to reach

How ChatGPT on Android will soon be easier to reach:  This version of Google’s OS contains a home screen widget that has shortcuts for entering AI prompts.

ChatGPT can assist with a variety of on-the-go tasks, including drafting brief emails and SMS. ChatGPT is apparently releasing a new widget for Android users to make using it on your phone easier.

As seen in the image below, Android features a home screen widget with shortcuts for entering a text, image, or voice prompt or initiating conversation mode. This was discovered on Friday by Android OS expert Mishaal Rahman.

Rahman claims that the feature is there in the app’s 1.2024.052 version. Even with the most recent version of the app, the widget is not an option in our testing (or The Verge’s).

This indicates that the widget Rahman saw might be a beta feature that is currently awaiting public release, as the most recent version of the program available on the app store is probably older than the one Rahman posted in his X post.

With the ChatGPT app, customers can access the chatbot on their Android smartphone with ease. This eliminates the need to open the browser and sign in each time they need ChatGPT’s help.

If you don’t want to wait for the ChatGPT widget to become available, you may also access Copilot, Microsoft’s AI chatbot, which has shown to be a strong competitor to ChatGPT, by downloading the Bing app and adding the Bing widget to your home screen.

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