Support for Microsoft Bing Chat and Bing Chat Enterprise is now available for Google Chrome users. The feature was initially only available in the company’s Edge browser, but now it’s extended to Chrome on Windows, macOS and Linux. Microsoft recently announced the launch of Chrome support for Bing Chat in a blog post. Word will soon extend this functionality to other browsers on desktop and mobile devices. The tech giant was spotted testing features in Google’s browser last month. According to Microsoft’s blog post, Bing Chat is supported in Chrome on desktop computers. Chrome users can now access Bing Chat on Windows, macOS, and Linux with Chrome installed. With this new extension, Microsoft has made this feature accessible to more users. Chrome is said to have the highest share in the browser market.
The company has also expanded support for Bing Chat Enterprise on Edge for smartphones and Google Chrome for desktop. According to the blog post, a user with Bing Chat Enterprise enabled can open his Microsoft Edge on his phone and sign in with his work account to access the feature.
The company also introduced new Bing search templates for specific topics using generated AI content. The new template is said to prevent content duplication and make it easier for users to find answers to their questions. Additionally, Bing Chat integration will also be available in his SwiftKey, allowing him to use the AI up to 30 times a day without users logging in.
It was observed last month that Microsoft was testing Chrome and Safari’s support for his Bing AI chatbot, but with a few caveats. “As part of our testing with other browsers, we are blocking access to Bing Chat in Safari and Chrome for some users,” Caitlin Roulston, Microsoft’s director of communications, said at the time. The official confirmation of Bing Chat’s availability predates the arrival of Apple’s Safari browser. Not yet announced by the company.