Microsoft doubles down on Bing AI with new iOS and Android features 

Microsoft announced a bunch of new updates for its Chat GPT-4 powered Bing Chat earlier in the month. Today, the company has started rolling out those new features. Microsoft announced the new updates days after Google rebranded its AI to Duet AI for Docs and Gmail. However, Microsoft is focused on a different area. The company is expanding Bing’s reach on mobile by introducing AI-powered Bing integrations for iOS and Android, along with seamless chat conversation syncing between mobile and desktop versions. .stk-bc63981 .stk–svg-wrapper .stk–inner-svg svg:last-child{height:59px !important;width:59px !important}.stk-bc63981 .stk–svg-wrapper .stk–inner-svg svg:last-child,.stk-bc63981 .stk–svg-wrapper .stk–inner-svg svg:last-child :is(g,path,rect,polygon,ellipse){fill:#000000 !important} <img decoding="async" class="stk-img wp-image-295130" src="" width="1920" height="1080" alt="The image shows a conversation between two people in which one person is inviting the other to a party to celebrate a new role, but the other person has already made plans and cannot attend. Full Text: V 11:11 .ill 5G Among the numerous features unveiled by Microsoft, the standout addition is a chat history button. This clock-shaped icon, found at the top of current chats, allows users to access and view their previous conversations easily. The feature is already available on mobile, but Microsoft is bringing it to the desktop version. It has only been more or less 100 days since Microsoft released Bing Chat, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Growth is at an all-time high, with eight times more daily downloads since the introduction of AI chat features. The Bing mobile app gets a fresh coat of paint <img decoding="async" src="×900.jpg" alt="The image shows…Microsoft doubles down on Bing AI with new iOS and Android features 

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