The 10 best ChatGPT plugins of 2023

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To get the most out of the ChatGPT AI chatbot, you need to use plugins. Here are ZDNET’s picks for the best ChatGPT plugins available.

With the right plugins, ChatGPT 4 — the latest version of OpenAI’s language model system — can be very useful for helping you with various tasks. But even the most mature plugins are still, at best, beta quality. Used carefully, however, they’ll still help you get real work done.

The best ChatGPT plugins aren’t your run-of-the-mill, “makes your browser blink in different colors” plugins. (Although, if you really want to play with colors, there’s always Color Palette.) Instead, they add accuracy and functionality by incorporating third-party web services into your search.

Also: The best AI chatbots: ChatGPT and other noteworthy alternatives

I’ve rounded up the best ChatGPT plugins for different use cases below, based on my experience testing them out. For now, all the plugins listed here are free. That will not last. For example, while the WolframAlpha expert system has a free tier, its most useful level, Pro, runs $5 a month. Eventually, you’ll need to pay a subscription for this level of access to use its ChatGPT plugin. You can be sure many other programs will follow suit.

Here are the best ChatGPT plugins to help you get more done.

So, there you have it. Ten plugins, plus two extra, that turn ChatGPT from a mere chatbot into a full-blown digital assistant. These plugins go a long way to transforming ChatGPT into an everyday utility.


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