ChatGPT mobile app wants to hear and speak with you, and it's rolling out soon!

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OpenAI, the tech maker behind ChatGPT, has just announced that it’s rolling out voice and image conversations to the chatbot — starting with ChatGPT mobile app. 

This will allow users to have more natural and intuitive conversations with ChatGPT, and to use it in new ways, such as troubleshooting problems, exploring their surroundings, and understanding complex data. It can hear, and it can also speak thanks to multimodal GPT-3.5 and GPT-4.

In the feature’s presentation on the official blog, OpenAI demonstrates some of the examples you can try: you can take a picture of your bike and ask the chatbot to help you lower its seat and it’ll help you see if you have the right tool. If you don’t know your bike’s anatomy, you can also take a picture of it and ask the chatbot, etc. 

Take a look at how it works below. 

To start talking to ChatGPT, you need to turn on voice conversations in the app settings. Then, tap the headphone button to choose your voice and start chatting. 

For the image-recognition feature, you can either take a new picture or choose an existing one from your photo library. If you’re using an iOS or Android device, you need to tap the plus button first to open the image picker — and it’ll be deployed starting from with paid Plus and Enterprise users. 

You can download ChatGPT mobile app on Google Play and Apple’s App Store.

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