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Anthropic introduces Claude Chatbot app for iPhones

OpenAI could face revived competition from perennial rival Anthropic, as the AI ​​startup launches its Claude chatbot app for iOS users.

This comes as Anthropic is determined to dominate the AI ​​space and has stated that it wants to bring its product closer to users. As proof of this, it has presented its chatbot application, which it believes is a true AI assistant that will become part of people’s daily lives and satisfy all their needs.

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Anthropic has also confirmed that with the new Claude app, users can now access new features. For example, with user consent, the Claude app can access a device’s camera and photo library. The app is available globally to all Claude users, including free version users and Claude Pro subscribers, and can be downloaded for free on the App Store.

Screenshots of the Claude AI app for iOS running on an iPhone.

With this new development, this will be the first time that ChatGPT, which launched its iOS app last May, is facing immense competition on users’ devices and given what we know about these two, Claude seems to be winning the most of his battles.

For example, Claude offers a larger context window for analysis and summarization and can process up to 200,000 tokens (about 150,000 words) compared to ChatGPT’s 128,000 tokens (about 102,400 words).

Hopefully, OpenAI’s ChatGPT can maintain its dominant position in the AI ​​space and retain over 180.5 million users who use it as an everyday tool despite growing threats from Anthropic’s Claude.