Last Updated on December 6, 2023

There are a bunch of third party AI chat apps available in the market, especially for Android, which you can get up and running with in a matter of minutes. Here are the top 3, in our opinion, which you can use on your Android device, to get the experience of ChatGPT on your mobile.

1. OpenAI’s ChatGPT

ChatGPT for Android looks and feels exactly like the mobile version, but with a couple of new features thrown in. You can now ask your questions to the bot using a messaging- like interface, and the bot will respond. You can also sync your chatbot to the web version of ChatGPT, if you use the same email address to sign in.

You can also enter your prompt via voice, just like you will when you send out a message. ChatGPT Android app will convert your speech into text, and then send it out in the form of a prompt. Just hit the headphones icon on the bottom of the screen, and you are primed to go.

ChatGPT home screen

The hamburger menu on the left hand side also allows you to enter the prompts in the form of a new chat and also shows you the history of all your previous questions. You can browse through all of your older conversations or search for a specific one. You can also rename or delete your chats.

ChatGPT options

You can also share your queries just like you share photos and videos, using the share button as shown below. ChatGPT for Android gives 3.5 as default and for accessing the advanced plans, you need to buy a subscription.

ChatGPT share

2. Bing Chat with AI and GPT4 

Microsoft has made a significant investment in OpenAI, and they are leveraging this to combine bing chat with ChatGPT. The result? Bing Chat with AI and ChatGPT4. Bing Chat answers open ended questions, is fun to talk to, and is able to answer questions after sourcing them from the bing search engine.

Music, Code snippets, emails, letters.. Bing chat helps you out with almost all the tasks that you can think of. All this is powered by GPT-4,  giving you the latest OpenAI experience. 

Bing Chat homepage

Bing Chat also lets you ask questions about images that you have uploaded. For instance, you can take a snapshot of a food item and ask Bing Chat what it is.

Bing Chat options

3. Socratic by Google

Socratic is the third Android AI app available on our list, and makes the cut because it is the only AI app that you can exclusively use for education and learning. 

The best part about Socratic is that you don’t have to type the math problem that you have difficulty solving. Just take a snapshot of the problem and upload it to Socratic, and the AI app will do the rest.  Socratic will give you a detailed step by step guide on how to solve the math problem, 

Socratic supports 6 languages, including French, Portuguese and German. Socratic provides annotations, diagrams and also points to further learning resources online. Overall, Socratic is a great tool to learn STEM subjects, and one you should definitely check out.

Socratic chat options

These are the top 3 Android AI chat apps that you must be aware of.

This next part will explain how to add a chatbot to your Android App using Kommunicate

Kompose by Kommunicate is one such AI-chatbot builder. They provide learn and grow algorithms built in that learn with each conversation.So let’s get right into it and start building an Android chatbot.

Build a chatbot for your Android app by creating an account in Kommunicate.

It’s simple; Use the Kommunicate dashboard or create your own using the signup page, navigate to the bot section, and select the create bot option to build a chatbot; if not, experiment with the sample bots that are already provided. Integrating the Kompose chatbot into your Android app is quick. As a result, we’ll walk you through the steps so you can begin answering support questions in minutes. 

Bot integrations

Because the goal here is to add a chatbot to an Android app, I’ll skip the detailed instructions for building a chatbot. However, you can begin by reading our article “How to Create a Chatbot.” for a step-by-step guide.

Adding Chatbot To Android App


  • Android 4.1 (API level 16) or higher
  • Java 7 or higher
  • Android Gradle Plugin 3.4.0 or higher


Step 1: Adding gradle dependency to your App

Launch Android Studio and open your project. If you’re used to working with external libraries or SDKs, adding Kommunicate SDK is a breeze.

If you are using Gradle 6.7 or lower, add the following code to your root build.gradle file:

allprojects {

    repositories {

        maven { url ‘’ }




If you are using Gradle 6.8 or higher, add the following to your settings.gradle file:

dependencyResolutionManagement {

    repositories {

        maven { url ‘’ }




Next, for all Gradle versions, add the dependency to your module build.gradle file:

dependencies {

      implementation ‘io.kommunicate.sdk:kommunicateui:2.7.2’


Once the build sync is done, you have installed Kommunicate on your app and can proceed to the next step.

Step 2: Initialize SDK

After the Gradle sync with the kommunicate dependency is complete, you can initialize the SDK by calling the following method:

Kommunicate.init(context, APP_ID);

You can initialize the SDK in your Activity’s onCreate() function. Just make sure it’s initialized before calling any Kommuniate SDK methods. The APP_ID parameter will be set to the application id (APP ID) you just got from the Kommunicate dashboard.

Step 3: Initialize conversation with the created chatbot

Kommunicate includes a ready-to-use Chat UI, so the only thing left to do in this step is to launch the chat screen. 

Here’s how you can start the conversation:

Also, if you have a list of human agents and/or multiple bots and need to start a conversation with them, use the builder described below:

You’re finished! Launch the Android app and communicate with the chatbot. In a few simple steps, you can easily integrate a chatbot into your Android app. If you require any additional information, please review the Kommunicate documentation.


The ability to brand the look and feel of the chat UI as well as customize the colors, strings, and fonts is granted. Kommunicate includes simple settings for customizing different elements and enabling or disabling specific features.

To accomplish this, Essentially, the setting file must be downloaded and the properties modified.

  • Download the settings file from here (Right click -> Save as -> Save)
  • Place the downloaded applozic-settings.json file under your app/src/main/assets/ folder.

To change the background color 

Modify the hex color codes in the properties listed below in the applozic-settings.json file.

“sentMessageBackgroundColor”: “#5c5aa7”,“receivedMessageBackgroundColor”: “#e6e5ec”,“sentMessageCreatedAtTimeColor”: “#ede6e6”,“receivedMessageCreatedAtTimeColor”: “#8a8686”,“sentMessageTextColor”: “#FFFFFFFF”,“receivedMessageTextColor”: “#646262”

To change the attachment options 

By changing the values in the applozic-settings.json file, you can hide or show the media attachments options such as camera, emoji, files, and location sharing.

“attachmentOptions”: {    “:location”: false, // Location sharing option will be disabled    “:camera”: true,    “:file”: true,    “:audio”:true  }

More customisation and configuration can be found in the kommunicate documentation. And this is how the bot’s first-screen interaction should look.


Not only that, but if you want to develop your own chat implementation and directly integrate other bot platforms like Dialogflow, Amazon Lex, or custom bot into your Android app using Kommunicate SDK, you can do so.

Chatbots are the future of technology, and you can get a head start by adding a chatbot to your android app.

At Kommunicate, we are envisioning a world-beating customer support solution to empower the new era of customer support. We would love to have you on board to have a first-hand experience of Kommunicate. You can signup for free and start delighting your customers right away.

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