Generative AI Chatbot Hub Poe Expands to Android with Voice Input Capability

Do you love chatting with AI-powered chatbots? If so, the recent upgrades to Quora’s Poe will surely excite you! The Platform for Open Exploration recently introduced an Android app and voice input feature for its web portal, among other new upgrades. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at the latest addition to the generative AI chatbot family and highlight the notable features.

Quora Poe:
From OpenAI’s ChatGPT to a limited version of GPT-4, Poe has a list of AI-powered chatbots that provide back-and-forth dialogue with AI. But that’s not all that Poe offers; users can find information, compose text, and solve problems or riddles. Plus, the chatbots work in multiple languages, including Spanish, French, and Chinese.

Poe Voice:
Poe now offers voice input feature for its web portal that uses an online speech-to-text service to type up a user’s words. How cool is that! However, it is currently not available on the Android app, but we hope that Poe will introduce the voice feature on its Android app soon.

Customizable AI Chatbots:
What’s even impressive about Poe is its growing list of features that make the chatbots more accessible and customizable. It includes access to the giant, which 100,000 token context window that allows developers to build unique types of chatbots without a new interface. Developers can share the bots socially through what Quora refers to as the Poe Protocol.

Other Generative AI Chatbots:
Poe is not the only AI-powered chatbot that’s garnering attention. OpenAI launched the official ChatGPT app and made it available globally for iOS users. There’s also’s YouChat and Jasper’s Jasper Chat, providing generative AI chatbots.

As new upgrades to generative AI chatbot technology continue to roll out, the way we communicate with AI will become even more streamlined. So, if you’re a chatbot enthusiast looking for a quick and easy-to-use AI chatbot that’s easily accessible across multiple devices – check out Poe! Its chatbots could help you with everything from trivia to serious topics.

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