ChatGPT now available on Microsoft iPhone apps

Bing iOS

Microsoft's AI-enabled chatbot can now be accessed directly through three of the company's iPhone apps. Initially the service launched via Bing on desktop web browsers. With its arrival on iOS, the ChatGPT-based search bot is available from the Bing app, Skype, or the Edge browser. Not only this, but to begin a conversation with the chatbot users have the option to speak instead of just typing.

Microsoft Office apps updated with new Draw tab for iPhone

Microsoft Draw Tab

A few days after Google updated its productivity apps with multitasking support for the iPad, Microsoft has added a new Draw tab to its suite of Office apps for the iPhone. Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word users can now use their finger to write, draw and highlight documents on their iPhone. This is a great feature for iPad owners who are used to using their Apple Pencil to annotate Microsoft projects.

Microsoft’s beloved keyboard app Word Flow in beta for iOS

Even though touch screen typing has seen constant improvements from both Apple and developers since the debut of the iPhone, it still feels like there are miles left to go in terms of really perfecting the concept. As the average iPhone user becomes more and more savvy – and as the ability to type quickly and accurately on your device becomes more important – the need for a typing tool that can make the process effortless becomes even greater.

While there is certainly no shortage of great typing apps on the App Store, the most interesting of them all may be coming to us soon from a most unlikely source.

Microsoft's personal assistant Cortana now available on App Store


Microsoft has officially launched its digital personal assistant Cortana to the App Store. iPod touch, iPhone and iPad users can now use the Cortana app to set reminders, make appointments, send emails and more. Microsoft's personal assistant differs from Siri because it works with your PC. For example, users can create an appointment on their home computer and Cortana will send them a reminder on their iPhone when it's time for their meeting.

Microsoft introduces Send, a quick email solution for the iPhone

Microsoft Send

Microsoft is attempting to make email relevant again by launching a new " in-and-out email" client for the iPhone. Send is another Microsoft Garage project that aims to make emailing more like sending a text message. The app eliminates annoying email requirements, such as a subject line, to allow users to quickly respond to their email contacts.


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