For many who gab with ChatGPT, their conversations mainly live in browser tabs on their phones or computers. Now, there’s another way to talk to OpenAI’s clever large-language model.
This week, OpenAI released a ChatGPT app meant for use on iPhones and iPads. (An Android version will be released later.) It’s free and syncs with your chat history, and you can even talk to it — sort of. While you can blurt out things for the app to transcribe and respond to, the experience is pretty basic; in other words, don’t expect it to talk back at you like Siri or Alexa.