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Interested users can now use a ChatGPT app on Android. Developer OpenAI has released the application in more European countries, including the Netherlands and Belgium.

Last week, OpenAI made the app available worldwide, but the Benelux region was still missing. For example, people from the United States and Asian countries were already able to get started with the app at that time. However, OpenAI promised to bring the app to more countries within a week and is now fulfilling that promise.

The Android app, as we have come to expect from ChatGPT, offers the ability to ask questions and get answers from the AI assistant. The app also syncs users’ chat history, so you can, for example, continue in a chat you started on your PC. In the app, it is also possible to use voice to ask questions.

An iOS app of ChatGPT was previously available in the Netherlands.

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