OpenAI launched its ChatGPT app for iPhone and iPad last month. The app launched with over half a million downloads in less than a week in the US. With astonishing growth, OpenAI launched the app in over 40 countries. Today, OpenAI is further enhancing the features of the ChatGPT app for iPad with a number of features such as Drag and Drop along with better shortcut integration. Scroll down to read more details about the newly announced iPad app features.
ChatGPT enhances the iPad app with shortcut integration and drag-and-drop support for increased productivity
The platform is pretty decent on the iPhone and isn't bad since most users only require a basic interface. However, the iPad is a productivity machine, and additional features would make much more sense than the iPhone. The company could potentially launch these features for the iPhone in the near future as well. When we talk about the interface, we are not referring to the change in design elements. The iPad version of ChatGPT is still quite similar to the iPhone, but it can now take full advantage of the larger screen on the iPad.
When you launch the ChatGPT app on your iPhone, you'll still see the same Chat interface and settings to switch from the basic plan to GPT-4. As for what's new in the latest version, ChatGPT for iPad now supports drag-and-drop functionality. This means you can now easily drag a response generated by the language model into other apps. This is a pretty nice feature as iPadOS supports multi-window support and copying in each response would take a lot of time.
Another important part of the update is support for integration of shortcuts. The integration will enable you to retrieve CharGPT using Siri. You will be able to use ChatGPT in the shortcuts as a new chat. This enhancement will allow users to use ChatGPT queries on the go without having to launch the app. Both of these features are more than welcome additions to improve productivity on the iPad.
OpenAI introduced ChatGPT to Apple's ecosystem last month, with improvements across the platform. Currently, the app is only available on iPhone and iPad and will be released for Android in the coming months. The app will potentially offer the same experience on Android with the same pricing model.
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