In the United States, Bing already surpasses Google Home in downloads in the App Store.
Google has held the crown for many years thanks to Chrome, but beware, Microsoft is cutting you field. The Google search engine has been the most used on all platforms, but that was before the AI revolution. Microsoft pulled the wallet and acquired OpenAIcreator of ChatGPT and one of the companies that have most revolutionized the technological world through the use of technology. Artificial intelligence. It started out grabbing everyone’s attention with DALL-E, but it was when they introduced ChatGPT that Microsoft saw a very clear path to integrate that into your ecosystem.
And they have wasted no time, shortly after the acquisition Microsoft presented the ChatGPT integration in Bing, with new features for the browser that make the most of the AI. More direct and precise searches, using a new formula and putting Google on the ropes. But Google was not going to sit idly by and just a day apart presented Bard, your own AI to integrate into Google Chrome. Despite the quick response, Bard’s first feelings weren’t too positive, as he felt too green to compete at the ChatGPT level.
This AI war has already cost Google a 6% collapse in the stock marketbut now Bing has advanced them in the iPhone App Store. These are figures for the US market (and specifically for free apps), but taking into account that a large part of the population uses Apple devices, is something that should concern Google. The ranking for the moment is as follows:
- Microsoft Bing
- Google Chrome
- google maps
In the case of Spain, Google can breathe easy, for now. Its suite of applications, including the Chrome browser, continue to conquer the first positions in the most downloaded apps on the Appstore. have to do scroll to position number 35 to meet Bing, but keep in mind that its new AI-powered version has just been released. It seems that Microsoft is going to give a lot to talk about in the coming months, and has already put Google on the ropes in the American market. We will see if the current king of searches gets his act together and equals or surpasses his rival with the proposal behind Bard.