ChatGPT on your Apple Watch: so you can have it quickly and easily

If you want to carry ChatGPT on your Apple Watch there is a very quick and easy way. Who was going to tell us that in the middle of 2023 we would be talking about chatbots. But that’s the way it is: the revolution that ChatGPT has brought about has been enormous, being able to integrate functions of virtual assistants with the advantage of being able to use a natural and direct language.

We refer to the tests: we have tested ChatGPT on our Macs and we also created a shortcut to have ChatGPT on our iPhones. However, what we bring you now is much simpler, being able to consult the OpenAI chatbot using the voice, nothing writteninteracting in a conversational way and without the need to resort to shortcuts or complications.

ChatGPT continues to conquer devices

And to achieve this, all you have to do is install a small app, formerly known as watchGPT, reformulated under the name Petey, at a cost of €4.99. It is not free, and certainly free alternatives could be used, but this application developed by Hidde van de Ploeg solves in one fell swoop the need to be creating shortcuts or looking for intermediate solutions.

Available on the App Store, the only requirement for this app is that your Apple Watch be equipped with the watchOS 9 or higher operating system, which means that it is compatible with Apple Watch Series 4 or any newer model, such as Apple Watch SE . The application has recently been updated by adding more languages, such as Ukrainian or Korean. And if, It is perfectly compatible with Spanish.

As we can read in his official file, Petey boasts the following main characteristics:

  • Interact with the popular GPT chatbot model right from your Apple Watch.
  • Get quick answers to any question or generate longer messages without having to type anything.
  • Share the result of any interaction with others via text, email, or social media.
  • Set the app as a complication for easy access.
  • Text to Speech: The app will read the response, so you don’t need to read it (as long as the device is not in silent mode).

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Varun Kumar

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