The AI-powered Bing comes to Skype and Edge on mobile, adds voice input support

Microsoft has released preview versions of the Bing and Edge apps that support the recently launched ChatGPT-based Bing chatbot for Android and iOS. The company notes that 64% of search queries are on smartphones, so they consider it a very important release.

Bing Skype Edge Chatgpt Ai

The new version of Bing for Android and iOS received an updated user interface. At the bottom of the screen, users will notice a new button with a Bing icon. It will open a dialog with the chatbot. Artificial intelligence can compose answers in the form of a bulleted list, text or theses, depending on the user's choice. The application also supports voice input.


In addition, the Bing chatbot appeared in the Microsoft Edge mobile browser. But currently only those users who already have access to the new search engine will be able to use it.

Finally, users can now add a Bing bot to group chats in Skype messenger. To get an answer to a question or get help planning, all you need to do is mention @Bing in your message. As in the case of mobile applications, users can choose the style of the generated response.


Microsoft warns that users may experience problems connecting to the chatbot during the first few days due to bandwidth congestion.

Source: Microsoft

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

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