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ChatGPT official app launched in more regions, including Europe, South Korea, New Zealand, etc.



IT Home News on May 25th, OpenAI announced today that its official chatbot application ChatGPT App has been launched in more countries. Last week, OpenAI first launched the mobile app, which was only available in the U.S. market at the time, and is now available on the App Store in Europe, South Korea, New Zealand and other places.

ChatGPT is a free and ad-free app, just a tool for interacting with chatbots, with no extra features. Here is a list of countries where the ChatGPT app is currently available: Albania, Croatia, France, Germany, Ireland, Jamaica, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Currently, the app is only available on iOS devices. OpenAI also promised in its previous announcement,androidversion of the app “coming soon”.

Users can enter text in the text box of the application, use Apple’s built-in speech recognition function to input speech, or use OpenAI’s open source speech recognition system Whisper for speech input. The app also supports code blocks, and users can copy and paste answers.

By default, ChatGPT saves the user’s chat history and uses it for model training. IT Home found that there is no way to prohibit data sharing without disabling the chat history.

If you’re a ChatGPT Plus subscriber, you’ll be able to use GPT-4 capabilities through the mobile app for faster answers, and ChatGPT Plus costs $20 per month.

The timing of ChatGPT landing in more countries is also very interesting. Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, is meeting with European leaders, such as French President Macron, Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez and British Prime Minister Sunak.

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