It's a small revolution for the OpenAI conversational robot. While the American company had launched its ChatGPT application a week ago in the United States, the latter is now available, since Thursday, in several countries such as Germany, New Zealand and ... France.
Until now, those who were interested and handled this artificial intelligence had to connect to the web version of the robot. And this, in order to ask their most specific questions. Downloadable on Apple devices, the new application is however not easy to find on the various stores (Here is the link for the Apple one). Indeed, the search first gives rise to several replicas of the real ChatGPT, which are not of the same ilk as the original version. And the use of which is chargeable. The free app, from Sam Altman, president of OpenAI, doesn't even come out on top when the keywords “ChatGPT” and “OpenAI” are combined. To benefit from more features, however, users can subscribe to the premium Plus offer.