After being made to wait for two weeks since its original release, the ChatGPT app for iPhone and iPad is finally available in Spain. It is free and can be installed from the app store. In addition, it synchronizes all the conversation history with the web and has voice recognition using the model developed by OpenAI called Whisper.
The original launch of the app for iPhone and iPad came, without prior notice, on May 18. Although Open AI had not made any mention that they were developing an application for smartphones or tablets, it was not a great surprise, considering the enormous popularity that ChatGPT is having.
OpenAI launched ChatGPT last November 2022 and its adoption has occurred at rates never seen before, demonstrating the impact that artificial intelligence can have on our lives when it is simple and easy to use. What was originally an experiment became one of the most important vectors of what we live today as a before and after in technology and innovation.
Without a doubt, we are experiencing the beginning of a true revolution driven by simple, well-built, low-cost or zero-cost interfaces. This has allowed anyone to access artificial intelligence and use it as a tool that offers incalculable value. From simple things like developing an article to generating programming code that really works.
ChatGPT also accelerated the development of other AI-based services by tech giants like Google.
Taking advantage of the enormous popularity of ChatGPT, OpenAI has launched a payment option for the service, with which you can access a more advanced version, based on GPT-4for $20 per month.
The ChatGPT app for iPhone and iPad is now available free of charge in Spain
The ChatGPT app for iPhone and iPad is already available in Spain in the Apple App Store. We reiterate that it is free of charge and will probably help eliminate a large group of fake apps that claim to provide access to the artificial intelligence service, even if this is not true.
These fake apps began to appear in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store, in the absence of an official one. And, surprisingly, circumventing the controls of both companies.
OpenAI has not yet released an app for Android phones. Although they assured that it is in development, they have not specified on what date it would arrive and under what requirements. They only communicated that it will be available “very soon”.