Joining the ranks of standalone smartphone applications is Microsoft's AI tool, Copilot. This innovative tool, previously a part of Windows and accessible through numerous mobile apps and web, has now been discovered to have its dedicated app.
A Standalone App for Copilot
The pleasant discovery was made by a user, @techosarusrex, who found out that the standalone app for Copilot is now available for download from Android's Play Store. Microsoft's silence on the launch of this standalone app did come as a surprise. But, the development signifies Copilot's potential for a broader presence within Microsoft's ecosystem.
Here's what you can expect from Copilot's new app:
- Engage in complex conversations with AI
- Generate images with DALL-E 3
- Create documents such as letters and summaries
- Enjoy the flexibility to disable or enable GTP-4
The app also offers both light and dark themes for users to choose from as per their preferences.
The Competitive Landscape
Whether Copilot will step up to directly rival the likes of Google's assistant, Alexa, Bixby, or Siri is still a question up in the air.
Potential Competitive Features
Some potential features that could make Copilot a strong contender in the race include:
- Access to device functions and files
- Creative and realistic image creation with DALL-E 3 integration
- Image-based queries processing with GPT-4 Vision's contextual response capability
These features could indeed add to the competitive edge of Copilot in the AI assistance market.