Here is our list of best AI apps in 2023 For Android and IOS
1. Google Assistant
A virtual assistant developed by Google, that is available on a range of devices, such as smartphones, smart speakers, and other smart home devices.
With natural language voice commands it can perform a variety of tasks, including setting reminders, making phone calls, sending texts, and playing music, and assist in queries, tracking packages, setting alarms, giving directions and more.
2. Siri (Apple)
A virtual assistant developed by Apple for its iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and tvOS operating systems.
It utilizes voice recognition and natural language processing to respond to user requests and perform tasks, such as setting reminders, sending texts, making phone calls, and searching the internet.
It also offers integration with many other apps, enabling users to perform actions within those apps via voice commands.
3. Microsoft Cortana
A virtual assistant developed by Microsoft for Windows, Windows Phone, and Xbox gaming console.
It uses natural language processing and voice recognition to assist users in tasks such as setting reminders, making phone calls, sending texts, and searching the internet.
It also offers integration with Microsoft products like Office and Bing.
4. Amazon Alexa
A virtual assistant developed by Amazon, mainly used in the Amazon Echo and Echo Dot smart speakers.
Alexa can perform a wide range of tasks with the use of voice recognition and natural language processing, such as playing music, setting reminders, making phone calls, and controlling smart home devices. It also allows integration with third-party apps and services, enabling users to perform tasks within those apps through voice commands.
5. IBM Watson Assistant
A conversational AI platform developed by IBM.
It allows businesses to create, train, and deploy conversational agents and chatbots to interact with customers on websites, mobile apps, and messaging platforms.
It uses natural language understanding and machine learning to understand and respond to customer queries, providing personalized and accurate information in real-time.
6. Bixby (Samsung)
A virtual assistant developed by Samsung, initially introduced with the Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone.
It uses natural language processing and voice recognition to assist users with tasks such as setting reminders, making phone calls, sending texts, and searching the internet.
It also offers features like Vision, Home, and Reminder, which enhance its functionality.
7. Google Photos (photo management)
A photo management app developed by Google that uses AI to automatically organize photos, create albums, and make suggestions for shared albums. It uses image recognition to automatically identify and tag people, places, and things in photos.
It allows for backup and syncing of photos, and offers advanced editing features and a feature called Google Lens which allows for the scanning and translating of text, recognizing images and more.
8. Prisma (photo editing)
A photo editing app that uses AI to apply different art styles to photos, allowing users to turn any photo into an artwork in the style of famous artists.
It uses neural network technology, specifically style transfer, to analyze the style of an image and apply it to another, resulting in a new and unique image.
9. DeepArt (Neural Art)
A app that uses AI to create art in the style of a chosen artist. It uses a neural network to analyze the style of a selected image and then apply that style to another image.
Users can upload their own photos and apply different art styles to them, resulting in a unique and stylized image.
10. Replika (AI-powered personal chatbot)
A personal chatbot app that uses AI to learn about the user and build a unique personal connection through conversation.
Replika creates a personalized AI companion that can be trained to understand and communicate with the user, providing a sense of companionship and understanding. The app can be used to chat, share thoughts and feelings, and build a deeper understanding of oneself.
Replika's AI algorithm adapts to the user's communication style, vocabulary, and behavior over time to become more human-like in its interactions. It can also be helpful in providing a listening ear and offer prompts and journaling activities to help users understand themselves better.