After launching the ChatGPT app for iOS, OpenAI is all set to release the Android version of the app. The app has already been listed on Google Play Store and the company confirmed on Twitter that the ChatGPT app will be available next week and that users can pre-order n the Google Play Store starting today.

The company behind ChatGPT made the announcement on social media, saying that the Android version will be rolling out next week. They didn’t mention the exact day, but you can register on the Google Play Store to get the app as soon as it’s released.

For those who are unfamiliar, ChatGPT is a helpful chatbot that can answer your questions and have conversations with you. Many people have been eagerly waiting for its Android release since it was initially launched for iOS in May.

The competition in the chatbot world is heating up, as Google’s Bard chatbot might have some reason to be concerned. Unlike ChatGPT, Bard doesn’t have dedicated mobile apps. Instead, it relies on a web-based interface. But now, Android users will have another option, and that might put some pressure on Bard to step up its game.If you can’t wait for ChatGPT’s Android app, you might have already considered Microsoft’s Bing app. Bing has been available on both Android and iOS since February, using its Prometheus Model and GPT-4. So, if you’re looking for a chatbot fix right away, Bing could be a temporary solution for you.

However, it’s worth noting that ChatGPT’s Android release comes at an interesting time. Recent data from Sensor Tower and Similarweb showed a decline in web traffic and app installations for June. Additionally, some users have complained that the newer version, GPT-4, seems slower and less intelligent.

OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, responded to these complaints, stating that they are continuously working on updates to improve the app’s performance.

Android users can soon enjoy the convenience of having ChatGPT at their fingertips. With this new addition, Google’s Bard chatbot might face some competition. While waiting for ChatGPT’s Android release, other chatbot options like Microsoft’s Bing are available. And remember, OpenAI is actively addressing any concerns and making efforts to enhance the app’s capabilities. So, get ready to have interesting conversations and get your questions answered with the upcoming ChatGPT app for Android!

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