Microsoft’s Launcher application, which was introduced in 2017 to bring the Microsoft interface to Android phones, is receiving an update that incorporates generative AI. The latest beta build of Microsoft Launcher integrates Bing Chat into the search bar, eliminating the need for users to download and open the Bing app to start a conversation. Users can simply swipe down to access the search functionality and tap the Bing Chat icon to be directed to the Bing Chat interface on the website or app. This feature is particularly useful for image search, allowing users to quickly upload images for identification. The report also states that this feature will be available on Surface Duo devices. Users who are eager to try out the latest beta version can sign up, but Microsoft warns that testing versions may be unstable and certain data on app usage will be collected and shared with the developer to improve the app.
Revolutionizing Mobile Experience: Microsoft Launcher to Integrate ChatGPT-backed Bing Chat
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