Apple User Can Use ChatGPT On Their Apple Watch: WatchGPT

Apple Watch users can now access ChatGPT, OpenAI’s popular AI chatbot, through a dedicated app called WatchGPT. The app is available on the App Store for $3.99 (around Rs 328) and allows users to interact with ChatGPT directly from the watch screen. Additionally, the app allows users to share WatchGPT responses via SMS, email, and social media right from their Apple Watch.

The application’s depiction on the Application Store features its usability and consistent incorporation with Apple Watch. With the help of WatchGPT, Apple user can use ChatGPT on their apple watch anytime & anywhere.

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Hidde van der Ploeg, the creator of WatchGPT, announced on Twitter that the app is now available on the App Store, including in India. The app allows users to interact with ChatGPT and share replies via SMS, email and social media, all from the watch screen. However, this requires devices running iOS 13.0 or higher and the download size is 2.6MB

According to a report by 9to5Mac, Apple Watch users can now not only get quick replies, but also longer messages that are generated without having to type. The WatchGPT app can be easily downloaded from the Apple App Store 4 languages.

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Also, the creator of WatchGPT announced upcoming updates to the app, including the ability to use your own API key, login history, and the default voice command tracking feature.The app also allows for answers to be read aloud within the app itself, which improves the user experience.

Meanwhile, in a major technological breakthrough, Apple has taken a big step in developing blood glucose monitoring technology for its upcoming Apple Watch models. The technology is based on optical absorption spectroscopy combined with a special chip called photonic silicon to emit light at predetermined wavelengths. This approach eliminates the need to draw a blood sample with a needle and allows for an accurate reading of the user’s blood glucose level

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