ChatGPT strengthens plans to become Android's default voice assistant

The recent ChatGPT beta offers a select group of users the ability to turn AI into the new default voice assistant for devices on Android.

This information was provided by industry stakeholders Mishal Rahman of X (on the platform formerly known as Twitter) he posted a video of himself trying out the feature live. According to the post, users will be able to add a shortcut to the ChatGPT Assistant (so-called ChatGPT Assistant) directly to Android's Quick Settings panel. When you tap on his ChatGPT entry there, a new his UI overlay will appear on your screen consisting of a plain white circle near the bottom of the display. From there, you can give verbal instructions and the assistant will give you an answer a few seconds later.

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