Introducing GPTWebHelper – unleash the power of OpenAI's ChatGPT on every page you visit in Safari.
Have you ever wished you could have an AI-powered assistant right at your fingertips while browsing the web in Safari? Look no further! We are thrilled to introduce GPTWebHelper, a new Safari extension that brings the incredible power of OpenAI's ChatGPT to any webpage you visit.
We built GPTWebHelper because we couldn't find a way to leverage the power of ChatGPT in a lot of the apps we use everyday. We spend a lot of time on the web in the Safari browser, and on a lot of different sites–and we couldn't find a solution to access ChatGPT on all of them without switching back and forth between windows or copy/pasting text around.
The Power of ChatGPT
So, how does it work? Once installed, GPTWebHelper is activated with a single click, right next to the address bar on any page. A handy chat popup will appear, ready to assist you.
GPTWebHelper can help you read & digest content by answering questions, explaining concepts, translating texts, or summarizing pages. With GPT Web Helper, you no longer need to open countless tabs or switch between applications. Simply ask your questions directly within the chat window, and the AI assistant will promptly provide relevant and accurate answers, acting as your knowledgeable virtual guide.
But it's not just for reading content–GPTWebHelper also helps you create. Emails, blog articles, social media posts & more are a breeze–anywhere on the web you need to create content, GPTWebHelper is there to assist you. From creating content from scratch, to editing, correcting & modifying text, you get the full power of ChatGPT at your disposal.
Try out GPTWebHelper
Whether you're a student looking for additional learning resources, a professional seeking quick and reliable information, or simply a curious individual exploring the web, GPT Web Helper is your go-to extension that brings the limitless potential of ChatGPT directly to your fingertips.
Discover the transformative power of ChatGPT in Safari – find GPTWebHelper in the App Store and give it a try!