How to use ChatGPT on Android as if it were an app

We are going to explain to you how can you use ChatGPT on Android as if it were an app, generating a shortcut that takes you to its website. Thus, if you are a ChatGPT or ChatGPT Plus user, you will be able to use their official versions in the most comfortable way possible. The method works with browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and the like.

There are several ways to use ChatGPT on your mobile, but this method is still the most comfortable. The shortcut will appear on your Android desktop as if it were another app, and it will even have a ChatGPT icon to differentiate it from other applications.

ChatGPT as if it were an Android app

The first thing you have to do is enter the ChatGPT website with your mobile browser. For this, you can use the address of Once inside, click on the browser options buttonwhich usually appears with a three-dot icon in the top right.

Add Home Screen

This will open an options menu in the browser. In this menu, you have to click on the option Add to home screen that will appear in browsers that are compatible with the option.

Choose Name

Now, a dialog window will open in which you can choose the name you want it to have this shortcut icon that you are going to put on the desktop of your Android.


Then, the launcher that your mobile is using will show you a screen with the icon of the “application” that you are going to create with the shortcut. Here you can do two things, hold and move icon to put it where you want on the desktop or click on Add to home screen to be placed in the next available space and then you can rearrange it to your liking.

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chatgpt icon

And that’s it. With this, a ChatGPT access icon will have been created that will look identical to an application icon, except that you will also see the browser icon small to distinguish that it is a shortcut. Pressing the icon will open ChatGPT directly and automatically.

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