An exclusive app has just landed in your Apple Watch and it’s sure to make Android smartwatch users jealous. ChatGPT is the AI chatbot that has taken the tech world by storm in recent months. Made by San Fransisco-based Open AI and recently bought by Microsoft, it might probably answer almost any query or request you throw at it in seconds.
And its answers are removed from one-liners, but incredibly comprehensive responses. These can go so far as a solution to an essay query or written out song lyrics within the sort of your favourite artist.
Now, this powerful chatbot is obtainable in your Apple Watch so you may bark complex commands at your device and never be upset with the outcomes.
It comes after it jumped to iOS as a third-party app.
But for those who only have an iPhone, you’ll still must depend on Siri for now because it is an Apple Watch exclusive.
While the app does function in an identical strategy to Siri, it’s considered way more powerful. It has been dubbed Petey – AI Assistant but is listed as Modum B.V. on the App Store.
Voice assistants like Siri are known to have limited uses and it is advisable to ask it a really specific query for those who desire a proper response. While ChatGPT is way more powerful, Petey continues to be a piece in progress as recent features keep being added.
But there may be loads to work with at present.
As an example, it might probably reply to your questions in 14 different languages from German and Italian to Japanese.
The app can be set as a complication on the Apple Watch’s face for fast access. It also comes with a tiny, on-screen keyboard so you may type in your questions for those who don’t feel like talking to it.
It’s also possible to share responses with other people “via text, email, or social media”.
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Tech blogger John Gruber, who has tested out the app, wrote in a blog post: “I’ve been using it for per week or so and it’s occasionally been genuinely handy, especially for those who keep it on an easily-accessed watch face complication.
“With other devices, you may just search the net for answers to questions. Oftentimes, while you ask a matter to Siri, you get redirected to an online search.
“But when all you could have handy in the meanwhile is your watch, an online search is useless. Petey gives good answers to loads of questions. I dig the easy aesthetic too — using SF Mono for the kind gives the app an appropriately robotic feel.”
The app was developed by Hidde van de Ploeg and was originally alleged to be called WatchGPT. However the App Store is cracking down on apps which have “GPT” of their names, forcing a name-change.
It costs $4.99 (about £4) on the App Store and your Apple Watch must be running on watchOS 9 or upwards for it to work. If you could have an Android smartwatch, you might be out of luck because the developer has said there are not any plans for an Android version any time soon.