Top 10 AI Apps for Android and iOS

AI apps are all the rage, branching out from image generation to chat, search, and more. Here are the Top 10 AI Apps that you should know about.

AI Mirror

This app uses AI image generation to create new images with filters from your uploaded pictures. It has a wide variety of filters and primarily produces decent-looking images. However, the free version has some obnoxious advertising, and the subscription to get rid of them is relatively expensive. It has some issues with skin tone and pets, but overall, it is one of the better examples of AI image manipulation.

Ask AI

Ask AI is a Chat GPT app that answers your questions using AI-powered chat. It works in most languages and has a rare lifetime license option, but the weekly subscription is quite expensive. It works well. However, like all AI chat apps, some inputs may not generate the expected output, so you may need to rephrase some questions.


Imagine is an AI image generator app that can create images based on little more than words. Tell it what you want to draw, and it’ll draw it for you. It executed most of our requests accurately, but sometimes the results differ from what you expect. The free version has tolerable ads; all images are relatively high quality. The subscriptions are pricy, so you must watch an ad for each image you generate for free

Microsoft Edge and Bing

Microsoft Edge Browser is the first major player to bring AI-powered search to a mainstream product. The AI-powered search style works well, and as a browser, it’s quick, has add-ons like an ad blocker, and syncs with the desktop version. Moving away from Google Search is a tough ask, but we expect Microsoft to continually improve this technology moving forward.

Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard

SwiftKey Keyboard uses AI to predict what you will type next, making typing faster and more accurate. It also has swipe-to-type functionality and emoji predictions. SwiftKey is free to use, and it supports more than 300 languages.

Nova Launcher

Nova Launcher is an AI-powered launcher that customizes your Android phone’s home screen, app drawer, and other elements. It has many features, such as icon packs, gestures, and various customization options. It’s free to use, but the premium version has more features.

Socratic by Google

Socratic is a Google app that uses AI to help students with homework. It can answer questions in various subjects, including math, science, history, and English. It provides step-by-step explanations and videos to help students understand the concepts better. It’s free to use, and it doesn’t have any ads.


Snapchat uses AI-powered filters to make your photos and videos more fun and engaging. It has a lot of filters to choose from, and it can even recognize your face and apply filters to it in real time. It’s free to use, and it has a large user base.


WhatsApp uses AI-powered end-to-end encryption to ensure your messages are secure. It has many features, including voice and video calls, group chats, and file sharing. It’s free to use and has more than two billion users worldwide.


WOMBO uses AI to create hilarious lip-sync videos with popular songs. You choose a song, upload a selfie, and the app animates your face to match the lyrics. It’s free to use, and it’s a lot of fun.

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