Move over, Apple’s App Store. There’s a new marketplace in town —specifically for builders to share their generative AI creations.
Artificial intelligence giant OpenAI launched its GPT Store last month to great fanfare. The marketplace, which is currently available to paying users of the company’s popular AI chatbot, ChatGPT, allows builders to share custom GPTs that create art, boost productivity, and more.
The GPT Store launched two months after OpenAI rolled out GPTs, which are custom applications of ChatGPT that help users accomplish something specific, such as creating a tattoo design, reading legal documents, or learning rules to board games.
There’s no coding required to create a GPT, and builders can share their custom apps within their social circles and workplaces or keep them to themselves.
Now, GPT creators can also verify their identity to share their applications on the GPT Store, and OpenAI will soon pay creators based on user engagement.
Representatives for OpenAI did not respond to Business Insider’s request for comment, and it is unclear how many GPTs are available on the GPT Store and how many downloads there have been.
However, the GPT Store lists its most popular GPTs overall as well as in categories such as writing, productivity, and lifestyle.
Additionally, there are currently more than 30,000 GPT creators, according to an online directory published by OpenAI.
Business Insider has compiled a list of 13 of the most popular applications on the GPT store so far, in no particular order.
Creator Naif J. Alotaibi has built more than 100 GPTs, and one of his creations, which generates and refine images with ChatGPT prompts, is currently at the top of both the overall GPT Store charts and the DALL-E category.
Online graphic design app Canva launched a GPT that allows users to create presentations, social media posts, logos, presentations, and more — right in ChatGPT. It’s currently ranked second in popularity on the GPT Store, as well as first in the productivity category.
With Chase Lean’s LogoCreator, users can enter prompts into ChatGPT that turn into custom logos and app icons. It’s currently the third most popular GPT on the GPT Store, as well as number two among DALL-E GPTs.
Diagrams: Show Me
If you need a flow chart or bar graph to wow at your next business meeting, Diagrams: Show Me has you covered. The app, which was created by ex-Meta employee Kirill Dubovitskiy, lets users create diagrams and other visualizations to assist with coding, presentations, and code documentation. It’s currently ranked fourth on the GPT Store, and second in the productivity category.
AI research assistant startup Consensus launched a GPT that lets users search 200 million academic papers and create drafts with accurate citations. It’s currently ranked fifth on the GPT Store and first among research and analysis GPTs.
Built by creative director Karen Cheng, Cartoonize Yourself lets users turn themselves into Pixar characters. It’s currently ranked sixth on the GPT store and third among DALL-E GPTs.
Dall-E is an OpenAI project that creates images generated by user prompts. It’s the top-ranked GPT created by ChatGPT.
Another ChatGPT creation, users share files with Data Analyst, which in turn analyzes the data and creates visualizations. It’s the second most popular GPT created by ChatGPT.
Write for Me
AI text generator Write for Me, created by puzzle.today, promises to delivery high quality writing with a precise word count. It’s the top writing GPT on the GPT Store.
If you’ve ever been concerned that AI-generated text reads a little bit too much like a robot wrote it, Humanizer Pro is for you. Created by Charly AI — a company that also creates and sells custom GPTs for others — the GPT humanizes AI generated content to avoid AI detection. It’s the second most popular writing GPT on the GPT Store.
Grimoire is for anyone who wants to build a website but doesn’t know how to code. The GPT, which was built by Mind Goblin Studios, can create an entire website — or anything else — from a single sentence. It’s the top-ranked programming GPT.
Any question you have, Universal Primer has answers for. Whether you’d like to learn how AI transformers work, or how to code with Python, or the answer to a difficult math equation, the GPT, created by Runaway, has the answers. It’s the second most popular GPT in the education category.
Travel giant Kayak launched a GPT that acts as an AI travel assistant to help users book flights, hotels, and cars. It’s currently the top-ranked lifestyle GPT.
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