OpenAI has announced that they will be releasing the ChatGPT app for Android devices next week. This app has gained immense popularity on the web, attracting a dedicated fanbase between November 2022 and April this year.
Although it was initially launched for iOS users in May, Android smartphone owners can now look forward to downloading the official ChatGPT app on their handsets.
Before the ChatGPT app is released for Android, OpenAI is giving people the opportunity to pre-register on the Play Store. By doing so, they can automatically download the app once it becomes available.
“This official app is free, syncs your history across devices, and brings you the newest model improvements from OpenAI,” as mentioned in the app’s description on the Google Play store.
How To Pre-Register ChatGPT App on Play Store?
To pre-order ChatGPT for Android, follow these simple steps:
- Open the Play Store on your Android smartphone.
- Search for “ChatGPT” and click the Install button, or click here to get to the ChatGPT app Play Store page.
- A message will appear indicating that “the app will install automatically when it’s ready.” Tap OK to confirm.
- If you change your mind and don’t want to download ChatGPT automatically, you can tap Unregister.
ChatGPT is an AI chatbot that uses advanced natural language processing technology to have realistic conversations with users. It can understand the context of discussions and provide relevant responses. As users interact with it, ChatGPT learns and improves its abilities, making it even more intelligent over time.
Since its release in November 2022, the web version of ChatGPT has attracted an impressive user base, with over 100 million registered users. Over the past seven months leading up to June, the platform has witnessed a remarkable 1.6 billion visits on its web platform.
In June, the number of people visiting ChatGPT’s website from both desktop and mobile devices decreased by 9.7% compared to May. The unique visitors also dropped by 5.7%, and the time spent on the website went down by 8.5%, as reported by Similarweb, an analytics firm.
David Carr, Similarweb’s Senior Insights Manager, suggested that the decline in traffic indicates a decrease in the chatbot’s initial appeal and novelty, as he stated earlier in July.
To learn more about ChatGPT, check out our article What is ChatGPT?