Android will also have its official ChatGPT app, we leave you four alternatives while we wait

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The absence of a ChatGPT application is a problem. Using GPT is very simple because it is enough to enter the web version through the mobile browser, but many users believe that they need a specific app and there are developers who take advantage of this by launching paid applications, with advertising or even with subscriptions. hidden.

That is going to end because, finally, OpenAI has announced a Free ChatGPT app for Android. We will have to wait a little longer to get our hands on it, but in the meantime we leave you with some alternatives so that you can enjoy artificial intelligence on your mobile without falling for deceptive apps.

Alternatives for all tastes to the official ChatGPT app on Android

The OpenAI app announcement came just as talk began about various fraudulent apps that had reaped exorbitant amounts of money by users eager to try out the hot new technology.

On its official website, the company highlights some of the benefits of ChatGPT when it comes to giving us ideas for cooking, giving gifts or summarizing texts, but also something as important as that it syour app will have no ads. It will be like the web version, but in the form of an application.

The only payment will be for ChatGPT Plus, the monthly subscription that, for 20 euros, allows us to access GPT-4 and the latest features and updates to the language model. However, If you don’t want to pay, you have GPT 3.5, more than enough for many users.

The “bad” thing about this app is that, to begin with, it is only available for iOS and in the United States. The good thing is that OpenAI has confirmed that they are working on an Android version that is coming soon and that they will also launch the app in other countries. We will see what happens in Europe, since here we have stricter regulations.

In any way, while we wait for the ChatGPT app on Android, there is no reason to sit idly by. Here are four great options that you can start using now in a simple and, above all, safe way:

  • Bing with GPT-4: A few months ago, Microsoft launched the new Bing, a revamped version of its browser that includes GPT-4 technology with the novelty that it is connected to the Internet. You will be able to talk to “him”, but It is very focused on giving you results in the form of a website for you to consult information. Furthermore, it also has a Dall-E2 based imager and you can use it even from the SwiftKey keyboard.
  • bard from google: Although Bard has not yet been released in Spain (or in Europe), there is an extremely easy way to access it. And it is that, there is a trick that consists of accessing Google Bard through a VPN, but Google One is not worth it and, if you are too lazy to hire one, you have Opera’s. Download Opera, activate the VPN and go to the Bard website. Ready.

  • Perplexity AI: Bing and Bard may sound like a lot of people, but Perplexity has nothing to envy to the OpenAI chatbot. Like Bing, it is a conversational search engine that, yes, is based on a language model so that we can speak directly, but also shows us updated network information. It’s free, you can enter from here and it will soon have an Android app. In fact, you can access the app’s waiting list from this link.
  • LightIA: and we end with LuzIA, a chatbot based on ChatGPT and Whisper that, for the moment, It’s free and lives in your WhatsApp. Access is very simple through its website and, basically, it is like a WhatsApp contact. He transcribes audios (for those who need it), he makes summaries, recipes, exercise tables, he is an excellent translator… in short, all this within reach of WhatsApp.

As you can see, you do not have to go to the Play Store to access some of the most used artificial intelligences and these four that we have left you are safe, they will not cost you anything and they will not fry you to publicity.

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