How to Access Bing GPT Chatbot from Microsoft Edge on iPhone & iPad
The latest versions of Microsoft Edge web browser for iPhone and iPad, and the Bing search engine itself, include integrated AI-powered chatbots that can be accessed and queried at anhy time. Why not take advantage of these powerful AI features and give them a try yourself?
The Bing GPT chatbot is highly competent, offering yet another method to engage with chatbots and AI, so whether you’re simply curious about the capabilities, or want to better understand using Bing AI, let’s take a look at how you can access and use the Bing GPT chatbot directly from the Microsoft Edge browser on iPhone or iPad.
How to Use Bing AI Chatbot from Edge on iPhone & iPad
Accessing the Bing AI search and chatbot features in Edge are pretty simple, once you learn how:
- Download the Microsoft Edge browser to your iPhone or iPad if you have not done so already via the App Store
- Open Edge on your device
- Enter a search or question as usual into the search bar or opening screen Bing search
- Click on the “Chat” tab within the browser window to access the ChatGPT Bing Chatbot
- Engage with the Bing AI GPT Chatbot as you would ChatGPT or any other AI chatbot
For best results, and to ask more questions and engage with the Bing AI chatbot more, be sure to login to a Microsoft account. They are free, and also double as email addresses for @outlook.com or @hotmail.com.
You can ask questions and engage in a dialog with Bing’s GPT-powered AI chatbot, whether you want the answer to a complicated question, or for it to write you a poem, or anything in between.
One of the advantages to using the Bing AI version of GPT is that you can access the latest versions of ChatGPT (4, as of now) without having to pay for it from OpenAI, all you need to do is login to a Microsoft account.
Whether you prefer to use the Bing chatbot AI or use ChatGPT directly from iPhone or iPad is entirely up to you and how you use your devices, and the AI services themselves.
Note that using the Bing chatbot in desktop Microsoft Edge is available through the ‘b’ icon in the upper-right corner of the browser, but you can also access Bing AI through the “Chat” tab on the desktop too.
Do you use Microsoft Edge and the Bing chatbot? What do you think of these AI-powered features and capabilities coming into search and browsers?