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The Ten Best AI Apps Available Today

Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing how the world operates, and its uses are not confined just to our office desks. AI-powered mobile apps are on the rise, and there is already a slew of them to choose from. Some focus on image generation, others on work productivity, and a few are designed to enhance your social life. No matter what your need for AI is, there's likely a mobile app out there that can help you anytime and anywhere.

Here are ten of the best AI apps currently available:


ChatGPT has become a massively popular AI tool, but many may be unaware that you can now get it as an app on your phone. The app provides access to the same capabilities users have come to expect on their computers, but now, you can use ChatGPT on your phone wherever you may be.


Lensa is an AI-powered photo editor that makes it easy to ensure that all of your pictures will look great on social media. Its auto-retouching capability and variety of unique effects and filters set it apart, as does the Magic Avatars feature, which allows users to upload images and turn them into virtual avatars.


WOMBO Dream is an AI image generator you can use on the go. Simply provide this app with a text-based prompt and an art style and it will automatically generate your image. You can also upload your own photos that the app can use as a starting point.

Perplexity AI

Perplexity AI is an app that combines a chatbot and search engine into one useful tool. You can ask the app questions or carry on a natural conversation, and it will provide you with the information and links you need.


If your goal is to improve your language skills, then you'll be hard-pressed to find an app better than ELSA. This app focuses on improving users' pronunciation and overall communication skills. ELSA provides real-time feedback so that you can constantly improve.

Rizz AI

Online dating is common in today's world, and Rizz can help you stand out on dating apps. Users can upload images of their conversations and let Rizz create flirty and fun responses to send.

Microsoft Bing

The search engine Bing has infused the powers of GPT-4 into its programming, and you can now conveniently access it through an app on your phone. The chatbot/search engine hybrid can answer questions, find results, solve math problems, or inspire creativity.


Genie is a chatbot that uses OpenAI's GPT-3 language model, but it has access to the Internet, which gives this app even more uses. It can generate code, answer problems, and even take the form of different personalities to enhance the user experience.

Luma AI

Luma uses AI to create highly detailed 3D renderings of real-world objects. Users use their phone's camera to map out any object they want, and the app will then render a model of it. You can also upload your renders to a public gallery for anyone to view.


Otter is an essential app for working professionals. It uses AI to record meetings and then generate a transcript as well as notes for users to review later. This process can save workers a tremendous amount of time by eliminating the tedious note-taking process.

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