The release of the official ChatGPT app for iPhone has ended the “party” of dozens of third-party apps that used this generative AI, giving an easy and official way for everyone to try out what has been defining the future of ChatGPT for months. computing.
Now, and although there are very simple solutions on Mac, perhaps what interests us is use ChatGPT without even leaving the browser. Good news: we can also do it through a Google Chrome extension. Let’s see how.
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The first thing we are going to do is install ChatGPT for Google, the extension with which ChatGPT will produce responses using what we search for in Google from Chrome. You can download it for free from the Chrome extensions catalog, by clicking on ‘Add to Chrome’. Once you’ve done that, search for anything on Google for the extension to show up to the right of the search results and ask you to sign in with your OpenAI account:
Click on ‘Login on OpenAI’ and log in with your service account. When you have finished, a message will appear informing you that you can now use the extension:
From now on you will only have to type your questions directly into Google. ChatGPT will always tell you its answer to the right of traditional search results, a bit like exactly what Google wants to do with Bard:
This extension use ChatGPT 3.5 for free, although you can use GPT4 if you pay in your OpenAI account to be able to use it. Extensions of this type do not work on iPhone, but we do have very comfortable options such as the official application that I have mentioned or LuzIA.
As this type of artificial intelligence becomes popular among the general public, there will be more comfortable ways to use it, looking for a way to integrate it into our lives. And while that does not happen, we will also be attentive to Siri, which will certainly be preparing to compete against all this phenomenon.
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