OpenAI breaks new ground by making ChatGPT voice accessible to all Android and iOS users. Amidst the ongoing developments, OpenAI has expanded ChatGPT’s capabilities to include voice interactions for all, revolutionizing the way users engage with the platform. An update to the Android and iOS versions has seamlessly integrated the ChatGPT voice feature for a more dynamic user experience.
ChatGPT Voice rolled out for all free users. Give it a try — totally changes the ChatGPT experience: https://t.co/DgzqLlDNYF— Greg Brockman (@gdb) November 21, 2023
Former OpenAI president and co-founder, Greg Brockman, now with Microsoft, shared the exciting news on X, emphasizing how ChatGPT Voice transforms the ChatGPT experience for all free users. The update introduces five distinctive voices—Breeze, Ember, Juniper, Cove, and Sky. Users can effortlessly select their preferred voice from the speech section in the settings menu, providing a more human-like interaction compared to other AI-driven voice assistants.
However, it’s important to note that the free version of ChatGPT has limitations. Unlike popular voice assistants like Siri or Alexa, it cannot access real-time information, limiting its ability to provide updates on current events and news. Additionally, the free version operates on the GPT 3.5 model, which, though powerful, has certain limitations when compared to the more recent GPT-4 Turbo. The latter is available through the GPT Plus subscription, priced at $20 per month.
It’s worth mentioning that OpenAI has temporarily paused the ChatGPT Plus subscription service due to capacity constraints. The company plans to resume the service in the coming days, ensuring a smoother experience for users. Explore the enhanced capabilities of ChatGPT Voice and stay tuned for further advancements in the near future.
Last modified: November 24, 2023