Previously it had been discovered that Microsoft was preparing a mobile version of Bing Chat, and that it offered a microphone button that appeared to support voice-conversational interaction.
It turns out that this is indeed the case, as some users found out this evening that Bing Chat is available on Bing Mobile, and Bluepoint checked to find out that it is.
Bing Chat Mobile can be used for text input or voice input by holding down the microphone. If the answer is entered by voice, the answer returned by Bing Chat will be read aloud automatically, and if it is entered by text, it will be muted by default.
Unfortunately, the microphone is not always on (which is not a bad thing), so when you finish reading aloud for the next part of the follow-up question, you need to hold the microphone again to speak, so you can’t interact directly with the full microphone.
Tests show that Microsoft Edge Mobile does not support Bing Chat, and you must use the Bing App to access it, but of course you already have access to Bing Chat.
Currently, users can consult 60 times a day in Bing Chat, and a single session supports a maximum of 6 consultations, more than 6 must clear the current session to restart, and can only continue the next day after exceeding the 60 quota.