Google Could Allow ChatGPT as Default Voice Assistant On Android Phones

ChatGPT Default Voice Assistant Android Phones
ChatGPT as Default Voice Assistant on Android (📷: eBuzzPro)

The landscape of voice assistants on Android phones could be in for a shakeup, News suggests Google might allow setting ChatGPT as your phone’s default voice assistant, breaking the long-held reign of its own Assistant.

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Android users might soon be able to use ChatGPT as default virtual assistant on smartphones

This development stems from discoveries within the latest ChatGPT Android app. Code hints reveal features like “com.openai.voice.assistant.AssistantActivity”, suggesting the ability to seamlessly invoke ChatGPT through voice commands, mimicking the functionality of Google Assistant.

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ChatGPT, OpenAI’s language model, has taken the world by storm. Its prowess in generating human-quality text, translating languages, and writing different creative formats has captivated users. Replacing Google Assistant with ChatGPT would offer Enhanced Conversational Experience, Creative Powerhouse, Open Ecosystem and more.

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While Google hasn’t officially confirmed its plans, the evidence suggests that a shift towards a more open voice assistant ecosystem on Android is a possibility. This could have significant implications for the future of AI and how we interact with our devices.

It is interesting to see Google consider these changes, especially when it has its ChatGPT rival in the works and already available in the form of Gemini Nano but only on the Pixel 8 Pro model as of now.

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