Microsoft Copilot Android app Quietly Lands on Google Play: What You Need to Know

Microsoft Copilot

Microsoft Copilot Android app is now available. Microsoft has silently launched the Copilot app on Android and is listed on the Google Play Store. The interesting point to note is that the Microsoft Copilot Android app was listed on December 19 but came to limelight only today. The news spread like wildfire after an X (formerly Twitter) user spotted the app on Google Play Store.

With the help of Microsoft Copilot, you will be able to ask questions and fetch answers. The app looks identical to that of the Bing Chat app. Microsoft recently changed Bing Chat to Copilot. The Copilot is also available via and as Windows Copilot from within Windows 11.

Microsoft Copilot Android app ships with several new features such as voice chat. You can ask queries using voice and the results will be delivered via an integrated TTS engine. You can also toggle between light and dark themes. The possibilities with Copilot are endless because you can ask complex questions, generate high-quality images via DALL-E 3, create documents, emails, poems, jokes, and much more. You can also enable or disable GPT-4 directly from the dashboard.

Microsoft Copilot is designed to provide fast, complex, and accurate responses via next-generation technologies such as GPT-4 and DALL-E 3. As of this writing, the Microsoft Copilot app is available only on Android. We don’t know when the app will be made available on iOS platform. However, users can still download and access Bing app on iOS devices.

Do you have an Android device? You just need to navigate to Google Play Store and search for Microsoft copilot Android app. The app should be installed just like any other app and you will be able to work with Copilot. There is no need to login to work with the app.

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Anand Narayanaswamy is the editor-in-chief of Netans. He was recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for 9 years (2002 to 2011) and again as a Microsoft MVP in Surface under Windows and Devices in January 2024. He worked as a Chief Technical Editor with ASPAlliance and was part of ASPInsider program. Anand has published several articles and reviews related to various software and hardware products for various software and technology related websites. He is also active on social media and also participates as an Influencer for various brands. Anand can be reached at