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ChatGPT’s voice chat feature will be available to free users soon.

Back in September, OpenAI launched audio chats with ChatGPT on Android and iOS, allowing users to choose to engage in real back-and-forth dialogue with the chatbot. However, the service was initially limited to Plus and Enterprise subscribers by the corporation, with the understanding that other user categories would ultimately be allowed to access it. Greg Brockman, a co-founder of OpenAI, recently revealed on X that voice chats on ChatGPT are now available to all mobile-free users.

The company acknowledged that there are new hazards associated with being able to produce “realistic synthetic voices from just a few seconds of real speech” when it initially debuted voice chats. For example, it might enable criminals to pose as celebrities or whomever they choose. Consequently, it was determined that the speech feature of ChatGPT will concentrate on dialogues. Text-to-speech technology powers it, producing “human-like audio from just text and a few seconds of sample speech.” Five distinct voices are available for selection, and OpenAI collaborated with voice actors to develop the capacity.

Back in September, OpenAI launched audio chats with ChatGPT on Android and iOS, allowing users to choose to engage in real back-and-forth dialogue with the chatbot. However, the service was initially limited to Plus and Enterprise subscribers by the corporation, with the understanding that other user categories would ultimately be allowed to access it. Greg Brockman, a co-founder of OpenAI, recently revealed on X that voice chats on ChatGPT are now available to all mobile-free users.

We tested the ChatGPT app for Android, but we are still unable to access audio conversations. This suggests that it may take some time for the feature to be available on all accounts. When voice conversations first appeared, paid customers had to enable them by heading to Settings and selecting New Features. It’s unclear if consumers must opt in to be able to access it.

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