Microsoft Copilot for Android and iPhone
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Microsoft Copilot is an AI-powered assistant that can answer questions, create AI-generated content, and help you be more productive. Previously only available on Windows 11 and via Bing, you can now use Copilot on Android and iPhone.

Below, we’ll explain how you can install Microsoft Copilot on your Android or iOS device.

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    How to Install and Use Microsoft Copilot on Android or iPhone

    To get started with Microsoft Copilot, you first need to download it from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. Once installed, here’s how to use Microsoft Copilot on your mobile device:

    1. Open the Microsoft Copilot app, accept the terms and conditions, and grant the app any required permissions. It may ask for location and microphone permissions, so that it can listen to your questions and give you accurate, location-based recommendations.
    How to Install and Use Microsoft Copilot on Android or iPhone image
    1. On the main screen, toggle on Use GPT-4 to ensure that you’re using the latest version of OpenAI’s ChatGPT that’s available.
    Toggle on ChatGPT 4
    1. You can ask a question or give Copilot a task to perform by typing or speaking. For voice input, simply tap the microphone icon and begin speaking. If you’d rather type, press the keyboard icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen.
    Press the Microphone or Keyboard icon
    1. If a topic has concluded, or the chatbot is getting off-topic, you can start a new one by pressing the New Topic icon in the bottom-left corner. This will reset the context of the conversation, ensuring that previous queries don’t interfere with new ones.
    Press the New Topic icon

    Note: To generate images using Microsoft Copilot, you’ll need to sign in to your Microsoft account. To do so, tap Sign In in the top-left corner of the app.

    Sign in to your Microsoft account

    What Can You Do With Copilot?

    Copilot is powered by OpenAI’s latest AI models, GPT-4 and DALL-E 3, meaning you’re able to access these powerful tools without having to sign up for them. Some of the things you’re able to do with Copilot for Android or iPhone include:

    • Generating text: Copilot can generate many types of text. For example, you can ask it to write you a poem, reply to an email, or create a list of the top 10 songs of 2010.
    AI-generated poem
    • Creating AI images: If you’re signed into your Microsoft account, Copilot can use the DALL-E 3 free image generator to create images based on your prompts.
    • Writing code: Copilot can create code or scan existing code for errors.
    • Answering questions: Copilot can answer many questions, tell you a joke, offer advice, and summarize web pages for easier reading.
    Copilot's answer to the question, "What are the healthiest vegetables?"
    • Identifying places and images: You can ask Copilot to identify a picture of a plant or famous location and it will attempt to do so. Keep in mind that while this feature is impressive, it isn’t fully accurate, so don’t put your complete trust in the results.

    Get More Done With AI

    AI tools continue to dominate the headlines as they get more and more powerful. With Copilot for Android and iPhone, you now have direct access to DALL-E 3 and ChatGPT 4 on your phone to help you get more done in less time directly from your smartphone.