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April 03, 2024

OpenAI’s GPT App Store Showcase

In Brief

Discover OpenAI’s latest innovation, the GPT Store, a marketplace offering custom applications for ChatGPT users. Explore a variety of apps developed in collaboration with third-party services, from Canva to Zapier AI Actions. With a subscription model and developer revenue scheme, creators can monetize their creations while users benefit from a diverse range of GPT functionalities. Learn about the store’s features, safety guidelines, and future prospects in this dynamic ecosystem.

On January 10, OpenAI released the GPT Store, which is a kind of marketplace of custom applications for the best ChatGPT apps, which the founders simply call GPTs. This store is available to people who have purchased a paid subscription to ChatGPT (from $20 per month). The applications are developed in partnership between OpenAI and third-party services such as Canva, AllTrails, Zapier AI Actions and others.

On the community leaderboard in the ChatGPT app store, users may search for a certain GPT or explore popular or trending ones, just like in the Apple’s App Store. Creators would be able to make money on their applications through a developer revenue scheme starting this quarter. OpenAI does not give specifics, but developers would be compensated according to how users engage with their apps.

OpenAI app can be as basic or complicated as the developer wants, and they don’t require any prior programming knowledge. It may be trained, for instance, on a set of recipes to respond to questions concerning the components of something specific, or it could be trained on student notes and a professor’s book to help students prepare better for exams. All it takes to create your own GPT is to initiate a dialogue, provide it with instructions and other information, and select what functions it can perform, including web searches, image creation, or data analysis.

According to Metaverse Post, the OpenAI app store was first announced during OpenAI’s first annual developer conference, DevDay, last year. However, it was postponed until December, most likely because of the news of the company’s management changes (CEO Sam Altman was fired by OpenAI’s board of directors, and he came back couple days later with a new board of directors after investors and employees didn’t appreciate this action of the management), which happened in November, right after the initial announcement.

Of course, the issue of safety did not go unnoticed. You should check the terms of use and guidelines for the new technology before publishing your own product in the OpenAI store to be sure it complies with all standards; if not, it will be removed. A new verification mechanism has been developed to supplement the security features already included in OpenAI products, such as automated and human verification, in order to guarantee that GPTs respect the laws. Violations of the rules may also be reported by users themselves. Also, currently unknown are the revenue sharing arrangements, which might impact how appealing GPTs are to prospective authors who have to purchase a ChatGPT Plus membership.

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Viktoriia is a writer on a variety of technology topics including Web3.0, AI and cryptocurrencies. Her extensive experience allows her to write insightful articles for the wider audience.

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