Nowadays generative AI is making a boom in many areas. I want to write a tool-based GPT 3/GPT 4, it should return answers in a short and concise way. So I can get answers quickly without reading long paragraphs. Let me introduce you to ShortGPT.
ShortGPT is software/app based on OpenAI’s large language model GPT to get short and concise answers. Here is a basic web version of ShortGPT you can use it for free.
First I wrote ShortGPT as a console application (CLI) using Rust programming.
Key features of ShortGPT :
- Get short and concise answers from GPT 3 /GPT 4
- You can use any one of the GPT model (gpt-4, gpt-4-0314, gpt-4-32k, gpt-4-32k-0314, gpt-3.5-turbo, gpt-3.5-turbo-0301)
- The default model is gpt-3.5-turbo
- Render as markdown or plain text
- Long mode support, output text of more than 50 words
Next, I decided to write GUI(Graphical User Interface) for the ShortGPT and released Windows and Linux versions of the app. Windows and Linux apps are available as portable versions(64-bit), simply extract and run. Here is a screenshot of ShortGPT running on Windows.
Here is another screenshot of ShortGPT running on Ubuntu.
ShortGPT is also available for Android. Here is a screenshot of ShortGPT running on Android.
Question (Prompt) examples
Questions can be 1 word or a sentence.
- What is the Glycemic index?
- Glycemic index
- python code to check even
- List 5 fruits with the low glycemic index
How to use ShortGPT?
You can use the basic web version of ShortGPT for free (above). If you want more features and settings you can use the app, but you will need the OpenAI API key. ShortGPT app can be downloaded from the following sites:
Download ShortGPT CLI from :
Windows and Linux apps can be downloaded from :
ShortGPT Android App can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
In conclusion, ShortGPT helps us get answers quickly, which can increase our productivity. Anyone can use the above basic web version of ShortGPT without API keys or logins. For more settings, use the CLI or Windows/Linux app, or Android app.