ChatGPT, the advanced chatbot created by OpenAI, is expanding its reach to new countries.
iPhone users in Albania, Croatia, France, Germany, Ireland, Brazil, South Korea, New Zealand, the UK, Nigeria, and Nicaragua can now access ChatGPT, as announced by OpenAI CTO, Mira Murati.
The app's availability is set to increase further, with potential expansion into India, where it has gained significant popularity.
Although ChatGPT is currently exclusive to iPhone users, a web version was launched last year and quickly gained attention in the techcommunity.
Power of ChatGPT
ChatGPT has made a remarkable impact on the tech industry since it is launch, surpassing popular platforms such as Instagram and TikTok in terms of growth.
In just two months, ChatGPT attracted an incredible 100 million users worldwide.
While the web version of ChatGPT can be accessed on smartphones, it may not always provide a seamless experience.
To address this, OpenAI recently introduced the ChatGPT iOS app in the United States.
The app offers the same impressive performance as the web version but with a more user-friendly interface.
Features and Capabilities
The iOS version of the ChatGPT app is specifically developed to offer users conversational responses to complex inquiries, making it incredibly valuable for a wide range of tasks.
Whether you need assistance reviewing app codes, or solving math problems, ChatGPT provides efficient and accurate answers.
To enhance their ChatGPT experience, users have the option to subscribe to ChatGPT Plus membership, which is priced at $20 or Rs 1,655 per month.
This membership unlocks additional features like plugin support, instant replies, and zero wait time.
Existing ChatGPT Plus members can seamlessly enjoy these benefits on the iOS app.
For users in countries where the ChatGPT app is not yet available, Microsoft's Bing app offers a viable alternative.
Bing Chat, a conversational tool reminiscent of ChatGPT, provides instant answers and is accessible to all users free of charge.