Back in February 23, Microsoft revealed an updated Bing search and Edge browser that has AI capabilities. Moreover, the company launched three new AI-powered apps for smartphones. Bing, Edge, and a new version of Skype which all have ChatGPT integration. To access Bing AI on your preferred platform, stay tuned to below as we'll tell you where Bing AI will be available.
Basically, with the newly integrated Bing AI, users can ask queries and get conversational results from Bing AI. To test this, users must first log in and sign up for the Bing AI preview.
If you haven't already gotten access to Bing AI, you'll have to join the waitlist first. So far though, Microsoft has already given access to more than a million users. If you want more content on Bing AI, check out our Bing AI waitlist guide below. While you're at it, we also have an article on how worth subscribing to ChatGPT Plus is.
Where will Bing AI be available?
Today, around two-thirds of searches online are being done via mobile devices. With that, Microsoft has rolled out new versions of the Bing search app and Edge browser for both Android and iOS with the same AI technology built in.
You'll be able to use this by tapping on the Bing icon and beginning a chat session with the Bing AI chatbot. Some of the responses you'll be able to receive can come in the form of text, bullet points, or simple replies, and you can use it for more than just search. Moreover, you can use the Bing AI to have emails written.
If you still don't have access to the new Bing chatbot, you'll have to join the waitlist first. Just install one of the apps and follow the on-screen prompts. Microsoft says it has given access to users across 169 countries already. You'll be able to download Bing, Edge, and Skype for free on Android and iOS. Do remember that Skype also has some in-app purchases that you can make.
Available in a world preview since February 22, the new Bing in Skype can provide helpful, real-time answers to whatever queries you may have.
If you’re currently on the Bing preview experience, users may occasionally find connectivity issues in low-bandwidth situations. Microsoft is still working on a fix to this. Furthermore, if you’re among those awaiting access, the company is working as fast as possible to onboard more people every day.
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