Top AI Apps

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Snap is the tech company responsible for the popular Snapchat mobile app, which allows users to share videos, images and messages that only remain visible for a limited time. Snapchat’s features include the My AI chatbot that was built on OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology. Users can exchange messages with the conversational AI and provide feedback to inform its continued improvement

A leader in the chatbot space, ChatGPT is able to converse with users, answer given questions and generate new text. ChatGPT is popularly used as a tool to create written content, like articles, emails, scripts, essays and code. Its developer, OpenAI, is also responsible for designing AI models GPT-4DALL-E and DALL

Microsoft Bing has long been known as a search engine to explore the web, but can also be used as a chatbot to respond to questions, produce creative text and images, plus translate and proofread writing in multiple languages. Bing’s chat feature — which is available on, the Microsoft Edge web browser and as a mobile app — runs on GPT-4 technology to generate its content. 

Powered by the ChatGPT API and GPT-4, Ask AI is able to answer user questions, chat with users and write outlines and other new content based on text prompts. Ask AI provides various topics to chat about, from business to entertainment, and can do so across several different languages. It can also scan and capture text from photos taken by users to start a conversation.

FaceApp leverages AI to help users get creative with their selfie editing. On the app, users can adjust their face’s aesthetic features like makeup, hairstyle or facial hair, or even change physical features like face shape, gender characteristics or perceived age. A related app by the same developer, named FaceApp Video, can apply similar edits and effects for videos.

For people wanting to make quick edits on their photos and videos, Facetune is a popular resource. It is commonly used to make skin touch-ups, whiten teeth, add makeup and alter face shape. The app also has its own avatar generator, allowing users to level up their selfies with AI-generated costumes, hairstyles, backgrounds and more.

Lensa has taken social media by storm with its ability to generate artistic edits and iterations of selfies that users provide. Created by Prisma Labs, Lensa uses neural networkcomputer vision and deep learning techniques to bring mobile photography and video creation “to the next level,” according to the company. The app allows users to make anything from minor edits like background blurring to entirely unique renderings.

StarryAI is an AI art generator that can transform a simple text prompt into an image. To accomplish this, the app relies on two AI models. The first uses a specific class of machine learning models called GANs, or generative adversarial networks, to render the artwork creations. The second uses stable diffusion to create artwork and images. StarryAI is one of many text-to-image generators on the market right now, and allows users to make everything from AI avatars to NFTs.

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