OpenAI has released a free ChatGPT app for iPhone in the US. It includes support for voice input using the Whisper AI speech recognition model and can sync chat history with the web version of the AI assistant. This is reported by Ars Technica.

Thus, ChatGPT became an official mobile client for the first time. As with the website, users must log in to the app using an OpenAI account. AI processing takes place off-device on OpenAI servers, so it requires an internet connection.

OpenAI is currently rolling out the app in the US, but plans to expand it to other countries in the coming weeks.

“We’re eager to see how you use the app. As we gather user feedback, we’re committed to continuous feature and safety improvements for ChatGPT,” the company said.

OpenAI has also confirmed its intention to launch an application for Android devices soon, expanding access to the tool to a wider range of mobile users.

We will remind that the language model of artificial intelligence ChatGPT was launched last November. Since then, it has evolved into a universal AI assistant that can help generate ideas, write and process texts and notes, and personalize advice. It can also serve as a learning resource, although its answers may be imprecise and require verification.

It was previously reported that ChatGPT users can now turn off history of its chats, so OpenAI will not use chat data to train AI models. To do this, account holders must click a switch in their settings.