Use GPT4 and Dall-E 3 for free on iOS devices with Microsoft Copilot

Dec 30, 2023 | 0 comments

Access GPT4 and DALL-E 3 for free with Microsoft Copilot

Now you can harness the power of GPT4 and DALL-E 3 for free on your iPhone or iPad with Microsoft Copilot app. After releasing the Microsoft Copilot app for Android users, Microsoft has released it for iOS users on the app store. The users need to upgrade to iOS 15 to use the Copilot app. Microsoft’s AI-powered chatbot is currently free to use for every iOS user. This step by Microsoft will surely increase the productivity of users as well as help them compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT app.

Features of the Microsoft Copilot App

Like Microsoft’s Copilot app, the ChatGPT app is also based on a large language model. In this app, the user has to enter some prompts to get the resulting output. The Microsoft Copilot app is powered by the latest GPT 4 and DALL E-3, and it is free to use. Users only need to have a Microsoft account to use all the features of the Copilot app. With GPT4, you can create scripts, draft emails, update job resumes, solve complex problems, and more. You can generate amazing images, backgrounds, logos, posters, and posts and update your social media profile by using DALL E-3.

Difference between ChatGPT App and Microsoft Copilot App

Actually, there are many similarities between the two apps, like that both apps can make use of text, images, and voice-based prompts to display output. The main difference between both apps is that you cannot use GPT4 and DALL E-3 with the free version of ChatGPT, whereas with Copilot users can easily access GPT4 and DALL E-3 for free on their iOS device.

How to use the Copilot app on iOS?

To use the Microsoft Copilot app on your iOS device, you first need to make sure that your device is running on iOS 15 or later versions. You can use the app by doing the following steps:

  • Install the Microsoft Copilot app from the app store.
  • After installing the app, open it and give all the necessary permissions.
  • You can use it for free, but if you want to generate images and use other advanced features, sign in with your Microsoft account.
  • Now you can easily make use GPT4 and DALL-E 3 for free with the Copilot app.
Copilot on APP store


After rebranding Bing Chat to Copilot, Microsoft released their standalone Copilot app on Android, and just a few days later, Microsoft’s standalone Copilot app for iOS is going to be a game changer in terms of increasing productivity, solving complex problems, and generating stunning images. The best part is that everything is free and easily accessible. This is certainly going to give tough competition to OpenAI’s ChatGPT, and it will be interesting to see the response from OpenAI.


Elon Musk’s xAI Announces Grok 1.5 with Great Capabilities

Elon Musk’s xAI Announces Grok 1.5 with Great Capabilities

Image Credits: xAI Elon Musk's xAI launched Grok last year in November to compete with chatbots from big tech giants like Google, Microsoft, and OpenAI. Elon Musk's xAI is soon launching the next version of their chatbot, Grok 1.5, which performs really well as...

Meta’s Ray-Ban Smart Glasses Are Getting New AI Features

Meta’s Ray-Ban Smart Glasses Are Getting New AI Features

Image Credits: Meta Meta’s $300 smart glasses, made in collaboration with Ray-Ban, allow users to take pictures, record videos, make calls, hear music, and do much more. Now, new AI features are being added to Meta's Ray-Ban smart glasses.  New AI Features in Meta’s...

Claude 3 beats GPT-4 for the First Time on LMSYS Leaderboard

Claude 3 beats GPT-4 for the First Time on LMSYS Leaderboard

Anthropic released the Claude 3 model family earlier this month, and they have become highly popular since their release. Now Anthropic's Claude 3 Opus Model beats OpenAI's GPT-4 model for the first time on the LMSYS Chatbot Arena Leaderboard. LMSYS Chatbot Arena is a...


Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *