OpenAI launched the standalone ChatGPT app for iOS for iPhone in May and promised to release the Android version soon, just in time.
Two months later, the company revealed in a tweet on Twitter that it is about to launch the app for Android this week, according to the tweet.
Those interested in trying out the Android app for ChatGPT can pre-register on the Google Play Store. The application will be free to use and sync user history across devices, but it is unclear how many markets it will get first, according to GSM Arena, which was reviewed by Al Arabiya.net.
OpenAI said the standalone ChatGPT app will provide instant answers, personalized advice, creative inspiration, professional input and educational opportunities for users.
The Android app might not be identical to the iOS app, though, since we’re talking about two different operating systems, so don’t expect the Siri and Shortcuts integration available on the iOS app.