How to Use & Access GPT-4 for Free

Nov 22, 2023 - 23 Comments

How to access GPT-4 for free with Bing

You may already be using ChatGPT, the phenomenally powerful and useful AI tool, but the free version is based on GPT-3.5. GPT-4 is said to be ten times more advanced, with enhanced creativity, reliability, up-to-date information, and an ability to interpret more nuanced instructions, so it’s understandable why users would like to explore and experience GPT-4, but not everyone is able to pay the $20 monthly fee to access GPT-4 through OpenAI. Fortunately there are some other options out there, giving you access to use GPT-4 for free.


What we’ll focus on here is using GPT-4 by means of the GPT chatbot through Bing AI and Edge browser, which makes it available to free to anyone and everyone. After a certain number of queries and questions, you’ll need to sign-in with a Microsoft account (which is also free, and you already have one if you made an @outlook, @msn, or @hotmail email address).

How to Use GPT-4 for Free with Bing

  1. Open your web browser of choice on whatever device you’d like to access GPT-4 from
  2. Go to https://www.bing.com/search and click on “Chat”
  3. How to access GPT-4 for free with Bing

  4. Submit your query or question, you’ll be using GPT-4 with Bing
  5. How to access GPT-4 for free with Bing

You’re now using GPT-4, behind the Bing AI chatbot.

If you’ve never used ChatGPT before, you can ask virtually any type of question to ChatGPT and the response is usually quite impressive, the technology of LLM’s (Large Language Models) that GPT is based on is really fascinating to work with. Here are some example questions you can ask:

1. What are the key principles behind quantum computing, and how could they revolutionize the world of information processing?

2. Can you provide practical tips for effective time management and productivity in a fast-paced, digital age?

3. How do different cultures around the world approach problem-solving, and what lessons can we learn from these diverse perspectives?

4. Explain the concept of blockchain technology and its potential impact on industries beyond cryptocurrencies.

5. What are some scientifically proven methods for enhancing memory and learning retention?

6. How can one develop and maintain a growth mindset to foster continuous personal and professional development?

7. Explore the history and future possibilities of space exploration and colonization.

8. What are boogers made of and why do they taste salty? Explain this question as if you were speaking to a toddler.

9. Discuss the psychological and social implications of virtual reality technology on human behavior and interaction, and then imagine and describe in detail a dystopian future where the majority of the world lives in squalor but is connected to virtual reality where they live virtual middle class lives.

10. How does artificial intelligence contribute to medical diagnostics, and what ethical considerations should be taken into account?

11. Pretend you are a donut about to be eaten, what would you say to the person about to eat you?

12. Provide insights into the philosophy and practices of mindfulness meditation and its benefits for mental well-being.

13. Examine the role of genetics in personalized medicine, and give six recommendations that are actionable now to benefit general health.

14. How can individuals effectively navigate and harness the power of social media for personal and professional growth?

15. Explore the history and cultural significance of ancient civilizations, such as Mesopotamia or the Indus Valley.

16. Imagine you’re a pirate analyzing the impact of automation on the 21st century job market and what the risks and benefits are, but explain everything in pirate speak.

17. What are the fundamental principles of negotiation, and how can they be applied in various aspects of life?

18. Examine the historical development of language and its influence on shaping human societies.

19. Discuss the concept of emotional intelligence and its role in fostering positive relationships in personal and professional settings.

20. How do emerging technologies like 3D printing and bioprinting revolutionize manufacturing and healthcare?

21. Explore the role of art and creativity in promoting mental health and emotional well-being of Macaws in captivity

22. What are some effective strategies for overcoming procrastination and maintaining motivation?

23. Investigate the science behind happiness and the factors that contribute to a fulfilling life.

24. How do cultural differences influence communication styles, and how can one navigate these variations in a globalized world?

25. Discuss the potential benefits and risks associated with the development of superintelligent AI and its implications for humanity.

You can also use GPT-4 from the the official ChatGPT app for iPhone, which is a free app to download and use GPT-3.5, but again you will have to pay for accessing GPT-4 through a roughly $20/monthly fee from OpenAI.

Other options used to be available, like the Poe app for iPhone and iPad, but most of those have turned into paid apps and services as well. If you’re going to be paying for GPT-4 access, it might as well be through ChatGPT and OpenAI though, right?

If you have other thoughts or insights on the subject, or information on accessing GPT-4 (or better!) for free, share them in the comments below.

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  1. Wagsalot says:

    It’s cool, but I’d never install Edge just to use Bing for ChatGPT. Maybe a better article for a Windows website?

  2. Chris says:

    If you purchase ChatGPT-4 you get DALL-E as well.

  3. John says:

    This article is useless, I did all the things and it was completely waste of time. This is just to make people to install Bing.

    I swear it is just waste of time. I regret alot. Saying that chat GPT4 for free. It it not at all

    • Paul says:

      John, I am not sure what you installed but Bing is a website to visit at bing.com, and there is nothing to install. Additionally, using GPT 4 through Bing is absolutely free.

  4. Lawrence San says:

    I just asked Bing Chat GPT-4 for some advice on the most authoritative and trusted websites for reviews of USB microphones. It gave me the names of two websites which, when I checked them… appeared to have been last updated about 20 years ago, maybe older, and discussed only long-obsolete and discontinued equipment. And no microphones at all.

    Just before that, I asked the AI for a comparison of the strengths of three different specific USB microphone models I’ve been researching online. It seemed to think that only one of them could be used without an additional mic interface to connect to my Mac, which is absurd. They’re all USB mics, designed to be connected to a computer directly; that’s the whole point of a USB mic.

    In other words, this “new improved” ChatGPT-4 gave me worse-than-useless garbage responses. Oh well.

    – Lawrence San (sanstudio.com)

    • peter mclaughlin says:

      That sounds disappointing but at the same time I always appreciate hearing about the failures of “AI” because it’s clear there’s a lot of room for improvement in many regards to the features.

      I am curious to see what Apple comes up with next year. Siri is stuck in 2010 and is barely able to retrieve the weather accurately, where half the time it gives me weather for the wrong place, or it takes so long to process the request I could have baked a loaf of bread by the time it responds. Alexa remains a lot better than Siri, but ChatGPT is a lot better than Alexa except that Alexa has better real-time data.

  5. Mubashir Ahmed says:

    I love Chatgpt

  6. Whimpora says:

    Please learn to grow! I think you are thinking like a 19th century writer. And I don’t believe you are any better than the developers of language AI. I advise that you embrace the new era of writing, i.e if you’re not just pretending.

  7. Solomon says:

    Note that Robots are dumb, imbecile, and useless without human beings directing and tweaking them to their taste. Rather more jobs are going to be created in this era of Artificial Intelligence. Therefore, only those with the right skills can benefit.

  8. M says:

    It’s not the same. It may be GPT4 but if you’ve used both you’ll know.

  9. Carlos says:

    https://www.phind.com/ give free 10 Chat GPT 4 queries a day, or unlimited using Phind model (other plans with costs available) 👌

  10. Odogwu Michael says:

    Nice one Zara.

  11. Zara Shea says:

    ChatGPT is what you make of it. If you want ChatGPT to do the thinking for you, it can, but you will get generic and at times plagiaristic (repeat) results.

    With some actual imagination, you can also use ChatGPT to enter all of your actual original thoughts and ideas (assuming you have any), and ChatGPT is capable of taking your original thoughts and ideas and organizing them, in essence organizing your thoughts and ideas in ways and formats you may never have thought possible.

    As someone who is autistic, who has problems with communication and thought organization, ChatGPT has been very good for me in accomplishing tasks quicker, and with better organization and tone, because another thing I struggle with is being too blunt and I don’t have the skill of sugar coating my words when need be.

    In terms of whether AI will take away jobs – I’m fine with that in a lot of ways, I’d actually rather work with a robot instead of a moody human being that doesn’t understand autistic people very well.

    I say, if humans don’t want to be replaced by robots, they should learn better customer service skills, be less moody, and make customers actually prefer humans over robots. The truth is, anyone’s job can now be replaced by a robot, if humans don’t like this, then humans should do better.

  12. Atiq says:

    Hi David Watts! While human input is irreplaceable, AI can enhance your writing process, offering creative insights or assisting with research. Let’s explore how the synergy of human and AI intelligence can elevate your writing experience. Feel free to connect on WhatsApp

  13. Shahzada Fahad says:

    Great comments

  14. Jerry Zaky says:

    I just started using it for school work. It’s been really helpful. I have been using the chatGPT 3.5 which has provided more and better responses per my requests, compared to the the AI on edge browser.
    How would I know I have GTP 4 from the Bing or Edge browser?

    • Miles says:

      If you’re using Bing and the Chat tab, you’re using GPT 4. Microsoft has got an agreement and large investment with OpenAI to use the latest GPT in their software and services.

      GPT is so advanced and so capable. And the new GPT with ChatGPT app for iPhone has voice capabilities, it makes Siri look really bad. I am convinced Siri has not evolved or improved since its debut way back in 2011, when is Apple going to come to the party?

  15. Bilal Qazi says:

    I’m a writer by profession. Why would I ever use AI for anything? I’m a human being by birth. Why would I ever avoid having human input into any interaction?

  16. david watts says:

    I’m a writer by profession. Why would I ever use AI for anything? I’m a human being by birth. Why would I ever avoid having human input into any interaction?

    • Turkey says:

      GPT is pretty useful and powerful, give it a try and be open minded, and you’ll likely find some value in it.

      What do you write? Try exploring based around that. You can tell GPT to “write me a short story in the style of Hemingway, about a hamster who longs to go fishing, but is stuck in a cage” or something to that effect. It’s impressive technology. I use it to craft emails for me or letters for things I do not want to take the time to write, or don’t have the write words for. You can say something like “write a respectful letter to the admissions department about why I should get into Harvard” and it’ll produce something better than 99% of humans can.

      Though it’s interesting to note that physicist Michio Kaku describes GPT and similar as merely chat bots who are, paraphrasing here, but as ‘tape recorders’ that are basically a ‘plagiarizer engine’, where they just take a bunch of input data from the web and other sources and then rewrite it as if it were original. In the web world, those kind of ‘plagiarizing machines’ have been used by content farms and “news” for many years, which they were sometimes called “spinners” or “spun content”, so it’s kind of fascinating, and funny, to see so much hype about GPT and AI when it’s basically just doing a fancier version of what web spammers were doing many years ago.

  17. BuffyzDead says:

    Great Tip!

    Created a bookmark in favorites for this Bing/GPT-4 site.

    Additionally, Bing makes an iPhone App, with this exact same functionality through that app, that is also 100% Free. So the ChatGPT-4 via Bing app, has now replaced my older ChatGPT iPhone app ! (which is free, but uses the lower ChatGPT-3.5 engine, and a 2021 cutoff date, for its results)

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