Since its release, Microsoft’s Bing AI has consistently ranked among the finest ChatGPT options available. Bing AI’s capabilities have grown, and it is now available on third-party browsers in addition to Edge, Android, and iOS. Read on to learn more.
Enjoy Bing AI in Chrome and Safari Mobile
Microsoft has chosen to make its generative AI chatbot available on mobile devices using third-party browsers like Chrome and Safari in order to commemorate the first six months of Bing AI. An extension has also been discussed in the past, but no information was accessible. With this integration, you may utilise Bing’s generative AI capabilities regardless of your preferred mobile browser.
And based on what Microsoft has to say about Bing, looks like this level of deep integration will only make the generative AI chatbot better. According to Microsoft, users around the globe have already used Bing AI to generate “over 1 billion chats and over 750 million images.“
With the ability to generate graphics using DALL-E models, the availability of full-fledged chat history, the capacity to input thirty messages each conversation, a native dark mode option, and many other features, Microsoft’s Bing AI is highly powerful. Yet it’s still unclear how much of Bing’s functionality transfers to its interaction with third-party browsers.
As of now, Microsoft has not specified a date for the integration. The blog post reads, “You can start experiencing the new AI-powered Bing in third-party browsers on the web and mobile soon.” So, we expect it to happen soon within the coming weeks. We will be sure to let you know about our experience as soon as the integration goes live for us. In the meantime, do share your thoughts about the Bing AI integration in mobile browsers in the comment section below.