Good news for Android users. Microsoft Copilot has released a standalone application for Android users, which is available on the Play Store. With this application, Microsoft has now given users direct access to its AI-driven tools and functions. The users can take advantage of its chatbot capabilities, image creation, bug fixing, coding, and assistance in drafting.
After overhauling its desktop platform productivity, the groundbreaking AI assistant has now come forward to take over the world by expanding its services specifically for Android users. This has seamlessly integrated its features into the mobile experience, though only limited to Android users for now.
Since it’s a separate app, the users no longer have to use the Bing mobile app to be able to use the Copilot app. The development of this separate application is part of Microsoft’s strategy to streamline its AI tools for Android users to offer a distinct and comprehensive experience. They have plans to extend it to iOS devices, but for now, it’s only available as a BingAI app for iPhone users.
Microsoft has tried to infuse the term and technology into many of its products, resulting in Copilot for Windows, Copilot for Microsoft 365, Copilot for Azure, GitHub Copilot, and more. Previously, Microsoft has also added Copilot to its other apps like Edge, Bing App, Swiftkey Keyboard, and Skype.
The app was launched for Android users a month after Microsoft rebranded Bing Chat to Copilot. Just like chatGPT, it also has a dedicated domain at copilot.microsoft.com.
Features Of Copilot Android App
It provides features similar to that of chatGPT; some of its features include
Copilot Android App-How To Use It
Getting started with Microsoft Copilot is quite easy and involves simple steps you can perform on your device.