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8 Aug, 2023
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Microsoft is set to bring its Bing Chat, a feature akin to ChatGPT, to third-party browsers, extending its reach beyond its own platforms.

Following reports of Bing Chat testing in browsers like Chrome and Safari, Microsoft has officially announced that Bing Chat will soon be available on the web and mobile devices, competing with other browsers' AI tools. While Bing Chat is already present in the Bing mobile app and Microsoft Edge, this move allows Microsoft to tap into a broader user base.

Microsoft emphasized the benefits of Bing Chat, including summarized responses and image creation, while acknowledging that the best experience will be on its Edge browser. During testing in third-party browsers, some limitations were noticed, such as a reduced number of messages per conversation and character count compared to Edge.

According to Microsoft, Bing Chat has seen over 1 billion chats and over 750 million images in the chatbot, demonstrating its popularity and usage. The addition of Bing Chat to third-party browsers is expected to roll out soon, offering users expanded access to its AI capabilities across platforms.