30 Best Free AI Tools Online for Your Business or Personal Use

There has been a meteoric rise in the development of Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning in the last few years. Standalone AI products have now reached the masses, and a lot of them are being integrated into everyday lives. We were quite tempted to explore these tools, so we compiled an article showcasing some of the best free AI tools to use online.

The best part about these free AI tools is that you can use them straight from your web browser. We also like how well these apps are designed, as they prioritize a neat user interface along with maximizing the ease of use. So let’s begin, and explore the world of AI!

1. Dall-E 2: AI Image Generator

Dall-E 2 is a free-to-use, open-source image generator that uses artificial intelligence. It’s quite simple to use – you type what you want, and Dall-E 2 takes care of the rest to generate an image that you can download. Even when you expand your prompts into more detail and add specifics as you wish, Dall-E 2 still manages to generate a stunning image.

We’ve extensively used this tool, and we even wrote an article about making the best use of Dall-E 2 to create amazing results.

Dall-E 2 can be used for free through credits. You get 50 credits for free after signing up and are rewarded with 15 credits every month. However, you can purchase additional 115 credits for $15.

Tip: Here’s how you can save Dall-E 2 images without a watermark.

2. ChatGPT With GPT3 and GPT4: An Ask-It-All AI Chatbot

When this tool went public, we had a lot of emotions running through our heads. We were at first amazed, then a bit terrified at its capabilities. You ask ChatGPT anything in terms of text prompts, (and the word anything is truly boundless in this context) and it will provide you with answers.

Be it a complex coding query, a recipe for the dish that you liked at the restaurant the other day, or a script for a short movie – it gets it done. No wonder ChatGPT has been compared with Google Search since its release.

Based on the language model developed by OpenAI called GPT, it uses a deep learning-based human language model to generate human-like responses. This model was fine-tuned with a user interface to create ChatGPT and was released for public use.

It is currently free for use, although OpenAI has a paid version for the same, with additional features. Moreover, you might face occasional network errors on ChatGPT but hopefully, its developers will soon fix the issue.

3. Microsoft Bing: Use GPT 4 for Free in a Chatbot

Microsoft poured in an investment to OpenAI to use GPT in their search engine, and try to offer a fair competition to Google. If you are using Microsoft Edge, you can use the Bing AI chatbot to help you with almost any task. Bing AI contains the same GPT model as ChatGPT, however, it lets you use the more advanced GPT 4 model for free, unlike ChatGPT which requires the paid ChatGPT Plus version.

Bing AI Chat

Furthermore, Bing AI chat also accesses the internet to provide you with a more relevant response. This means that it can bypass ChatGPT’s limitation of data access only until September 2021. Microsoft also calls Bing chat your ‘AI Co-Pilot’ and that is quite true – it does help you browse the web in a more efficient manner. Bing chat also offers an interactive experience, providing you with sources to learn more about its response, and also lets you modify the conversation style of the chatbot. A downside though, is that you can only use Bing AI in Microsoft Edge.

However, Microsoft has been expanding it to other browsers like Chrome and Safari for select users, and we’ll have to wait until a public rollout.

Price: Free

4. Google Bard: Use Google’s AI Chatbot

When Microsoft Entered the battlefield with its investment in OpenAI and integrating GPT into Bing, it was unlikely that Google kept quiet. Google’s response was Bard – a chatbot that is powered by their large language model called PaLM. The biggest advantage of Google Bard over ChatGPT is that it can use the Google Search database to provide you with results that are up to date.

Google Bard 1

You can use Google Bard to help you with anything, and it’ll try its best to do so. From helping you with writing content to helping you solve a coding problem. A recent update to Google Bard has added an extra degree of refinement, that responds with a better accuracy. However, the GPT model has been trained on more parameters, and it still is the most powerful large language model out there. Google Bard is fully free to use on your web browser, check it out from the link below.

Price: Free

5. Eleven Labs: Text-to-Speech Tool With a Human-Like Voice

Text-to-speech isn’t something new, but most voices seem robotic, and the listener can detect the computer-generated voice. With Eleven Labs, you can synthesize human-like voices from your text. You can use these voices in your videos, Instagram reels, and any content that requires a script to be read. Thus, sparing you the effort to record high-quality audio. You can also use the tool to read aloud long articles for you.

Eleven Labs

You can pick from an array of voices with different characteristics to suit your needs. Further, the tool can be used to generate voice in English, German, Polish, Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, and Hindi. If you are not happy with the voice presets, you can create a new voice with Eleven Labs’ voice generated by manually modifying the parameters.

You can convert 2500 words at a time, and create up to three voices and the free version offers a limit of 10000 words per month per account. You can opt for a paid version, that increases the number of words, and provides you access to the suite of free AI tools by Eleven Labs – including a high-quality voice cloner as well.

Price: Free; Paid Version: $5 per month.

6. BlueWillow AI: Generate High-Quality Photorealistic Images for Free

Midjourney stopped offering a free plan to users in June. Blue Willow is the closest, free alternative that we could find. Like Midjourney, you can use it on Discord to enter your prompts and generate images. Blue Willow uses a combination of AI models, and one of them includes the well-known Stable Diffusion model.

BlueWillow AI

All you need to do is to enter a detailed prompt, specifying the art style and the subject/object, the tool will provide your four images that you can download. The results may not be as good as Midjourney 5, but given that this is a free tool, the results are more than acceptable. You can use ten prompts per day with five simultaneous requests in the free version. The paid version increases the number of prompts and requests.

Price: Free; Paid Version starts at $5 per month.

7. Microsoft Designer: AI Powered Graphic Design Tool

Visuals and illustrations are important for adding more context to your subject matter. Earlier, graphic design was a time-demanding task. However, with AI-infused tools, the process can be completed within seconds. One such tool is Microsoft Designer, and you can use it for free with a Microsoft Account on your web browser.

Microsoft Designer

Microsoft Designer is a prompt-based tool that can help you create infographics within seconds. The tool adds colorful images, eye catchy fonts, and the result is a refined graphic. You can create banners, posters, Instagram posts, video thumbnails and more using this tool. You can take a look at our detailed guide on Microsoft Designer for more information.

Price: Free

8. Wonder Dynamics: A Stunning AI CGI Tool

Creating CGI content has never been this easier – with WonderDynamics VFX studio, you can create a CGI video in minutes. The AI-powered tool automatically animates, handles lighting, composes CG characters, and creates live action scenes to replace actors in footage.

Wonder Dynamics

Wonder Dynamics is free to try, and you can only use the characters and visuals from their template to create your CGI scenes. With the paid version, you can upload your templates, and characters to make the best use of the tool. This is a significant development in the VFX industry, and this tool is also being used among the likes of the Russo brothers for a new Netflix movie!

Price: Free; Paid Version: Starts at $16 per month.

9. Codeium: Best Free AI Tool for Coding

If you are a beginner in the world of programming, comprehending a large piece of code can be frustrating. To solve this problem, here’s an AI tool called Codeium. Using Codeium, you can use natural language to ask questions to search through the repository of code.


It is called a ‘code acceleration toolkit’ and it has a feature that helps you autocomplete your code. The tool also supports all the popular coding languages. Further, the tool is free to use forever for all individual users. Therefore, using Codeium can certainly help you get better at software development.

Price: Free

10. AgentGPT: Automate Multiple Tasks With AutoGPT

If you are using ChatGPT, you may have observed that it completes one task at a time. You will still be required to regularly add instructions to complete a project with multiple tasks. But with AutoGPT, you can simply enter the details of your project, and the tool will automatically create, and execute all the necessary tasks.


Further, AutoGPT also has access to external tools, the internet, and files on your computer. AgentGPT is a free AutoGPT tool that you can use on your web browser. It automatically creates tasks based on your prompt, gives you feedback, and requests access to resources as it completes it. For more information, you can take a look at a detailed guide on AutoGPT and how to use it for free.

Price: Free

11. GFP-GAN: Image Restoration Tool

We all have images of special events from the past, and we do wish they were a bit clear and less grainy as it might feel like the moment wasn’t truly captured. Well, this isn’t a cause of worry anymore today, thanks to GFP-GAN.

GFP-GAN is an image restoration tool that uses Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs). GANs are a type of deep learning algorithm capable of producing new, synthetic data that can be used to restore and enhance images. GFP-GAN is used for image restoration tasks such as denoising, deblurring, or super-resolution.

A few tools use the GFP-GAN APIs to develop a web application to use the features, and there is one app developed on the HuggingFace platform. All you need to do is to upload an old image, and the AI will return an enhanced and restored image.

The software is free to use and is currently in its demo version. You can use the below link to access the tool.

12. Lumen5: AI Video Generator to Present Written Content

Lumen5 is an AI tool that converts blogs, whitepapers, and written content into videos. All it requires is a little input from your end to get the job done. You just need to paste a link to the field provided, and the tool will proceed with the video generation.

You get to choose from a bunch of templates to suit your needs. Once generated, you get a bunch of tools to edit the videos and make them your own.

Lumen5 offers both free and paid plans. While the free plan has limited features, the paid plans provide access to more advanced features and functionalities. The pricing for the paid plans starts at $49 per month.

13. Brandmark.io: Generate Brandnames Using AI

Brandmark.io is a free AI tool that helps you generate brand names based on the description of your brand. If you take a look at the image below, all we did is add our name, a few keywords, and what we do. The tool then generated a bunch of options to choose from.

If you are planning to build a personal portfolio, start a business of your own, or need a header for your social media channels, you can use this tool.

The tool gives you a free preview to use. However, you need to purchase the paid version to download it in a high resolution and the price starts at $25.

14. Riffusion: AI Beat Generator

Riffusion is a real-time music generation tool. You can instantly create tunes that you want based on your text prompts. All you need to do is to specify the music styles to get a tune that you can share and download. We had a lot of fun using this tool.

Riffusion is currently free to use and does not require any login or sign-up.

15. Copy.ai: Free AI Copywriting Tool For High-Quality Content

Copy.ai is a free copywriting service that uses AI to create copy material. All you need to do is to enter details of your product, and a brief description of the same. You then need to select the style and tone of the material and boom – your text is ready. You have a full-blown ghostwriter for all your content writing needs at your disposal!

Copy.ai is completely free to use but does require you to sign up and use it. However, the extra effort is worth it considering how it can reduce the work massively for many.

16. Talk to Books: AI Tool to Interact With Books

Talk to Books is an AI product by Google that can be used to interact with the content written in books that are already published. It is essentially a search engine that uses advanced natural language processing to match user questions and prompts with relevant text from books.

It allows you to converse with books, as it generates responses to help you discover new perspectives and information from the indexed books. Take a look at the image below – we asked the tool a question, and it returned relevant answers from books!

TalkToBooks is fully free to use and requires no sign-up or login.

17. Fillout Quiz Maker : An AI Quiz Making Tool

Fillout is an AI quiz maker that can generate multiple choice questions with answers based on your subject matter. It is a great tool to create quizzes from custom information, and can be a great way to spend time with your friends. All you need to do is to paste or type the content and generate the quiz.

Fillout Quiz Maker

By default, each quiz has four options and you can customize the quiz as per your needs. The free version lets you add text up to 5000 characters, and 10 questions whereas the paid version lets you add up to 50,000 characters and unlimited questions. The tool can certainly help you if you are a teacher and want to create quizzes for your students with ease.

Price: Free; Paid Version: $19 per month.

18. Replika AI: An AI Friend You Can Talk to

If you miss new episodes of Black Mirror and are awaiting a new season – don’t bother. Looks like we don’t need the concept of speculative fiction anymore because they are now a part of our reality, thanks to AI. We now have a tool called Replika, which is an AI friend that you can interact with, and become ‘friends’ with.

You can do activities together, explore real-life activities using AR, and even interact via text and video calls. Well, we’re quite intrigued, to say the least, but nevertheless, it is quite an amazing tool that deserves a spot in this list of best free AI tools.

Replika is free to use but also has a paid version which expands the features and the capabilities of this tool. It starts at $7.99 a month.

19. Point-E: Create 3D Models

This tool is also from the house of OpenAI. Point-E helps users generate 3D models using prompts. It combines a ‘text to image’ and an ‘image to 3D model’ algorithm to generate results. The final results include a 3D model with coordinates that you can rotate and revolve in the 3D coordinate system.

Point-E is fully free to use and does not require any login or signup.

20. Notion.ai: AI Copywriting Tool

Notion.ai is yet another AI writing tool developed by Notion that you can use to generate instant copy material based on your prompts. If you have trouble starting a document, a blog, or any written content, this tool will help you out. All you need to do is to provide a prompt for Notion.ai to generate comprehensive written material.

Notion.ai is currently free in alpha and requires you to join a waitlist to use the tool.

21. LALAL.AI – Audio Stem Splitter

There’s always this one song where we appreciate the background instruments, and wish we had an instrumental version of it. You can fulfill this wish of yours using an AI tool called LALAL.AI.

This is an audio stem splitter that splits the song that you upload into instruments and vocals, which is pretty amazing. It is one of the best AI tools related to music that we have used.

You get a free version to use for up to ten minutes and to increase the limit and other features you need to purchase a premium version that starts at $15 as a one-time fee.

22. DeepBeat: AI Rap Lyrics Generator

Hip-Hop and rap inspired quite a generation, and AI is here to help you execute this inspiration. DeepBeat is an AI tool that helps you generate rhyming lyrics based on the first line that you enter alongside the theme of your rap. It is very easy to use, and is quite a fun AI to play with!

DeepBeat is free to use and does not require any login or sign-up.

23. Deep Nostalgia: Animate Old Images of Family

Deep Nostalgia is a tool that helps you animate old images using AI and it is indeed fascinating. It is primarily aimed at animating pictures of your old family members. All you need to do is to upload an image, and watch the AI work on and animate your image!

Deep Nostalgia is free to use and sign-up is optional.

24. Fireflies.ai: AI tool to Generate Notes From Your Meetings

If you have trouble keeping track of what your teammates say during your work meeting – here’s a tool you will appreciate. Fireflies.ai helps you record, transcribe, and search all of the conversations that take place during a meeting.

You can also select text from the generated transcripts and then perform quick actions for the same. It is an interesting AI tool you can use at work. Therefore, recording the minutes of the meeting is now easier than ever!

Fireflies.ai has a free version with limited features and a pro version that you can upgrade to starting at $10/month.

25. Excel Formula Bot: AI tool to Generate Formulas in Microsoft Excel

Now, we’re getting to business. This is what AI is supposed to do, and perhaps the most practical AI tool that exists in this list. If your job demands you to learn Excel but you don’t have the time to pick up that 50-hour course – fret not.

The Excel formula bot is here to save the day. It generates formulae based on the text-based prompts that you can see in the image below. Ask any query related to Excel, and you get a detailed answer!

Excel formula bot is free to use with limited features but has a paid version that starts at $6.99 that expands on all the features and functionality.

26. Magic Eraser: AI Object Remover

Magic Eraser does one job – which is to remove the selected objects from an image using AI. It works like a charm, and this is quite a helpful tool sparing you a lot of time and effort otherwise spent in tools like Photoshop!

It is entirely free to use and does not require any signup.

27. Fontjoy: AI Tool to Create Font Combinations

If you are a designer and have trouble finding a good font pairing or combination – Fontjoy is here to help you. All you need to do is to provide a few filters and hit Generate, and the tool will provide you with font combinations that you can use in your design.

We appreciate how free AI tools not only help with things that blow our minds but also with simple tasks like these.

Fontjoy is a fully free-to-use product and does not require any signup.

28: Namelix: AI Business Name Generator

Namelix is a free business name generator that uses AI to do so. All you need to do is to describe your product and business and you will quickly have a bunch of names that you can choose from. You also get to select the style of the name, and we quite like the variety of options to choose from!

Namelix is free to use and does not require any login or sign-up.

29. ClipChamp : AI Video Editor by Microsoft

Most of us want to turn our ideas into videos but are often challenged with the task of video editing. Microsoft wants to help us here with its free AI video editing tool called ClipChamp. You can easily edit clips, add graphics, insert text to speech, and resize videos with the tool.

Microsoft ClipChamp

Clipchamp is fully free to use and has a user interface that is quite easy to navigate. Our favorite feature has to be the tool that lets you add background colors and blur effects to fill any blank spaces around your video. As a bonus, you can create unlimited videos without a watermark. Microsoft has developed a good number of free AI tools at this point, and we’re excited to see how the trend continues.

Price: Free

30. Kickresume: Best Free AI Resume Maker

Updating your resume and CV regularly is quite important – you’ll never know when you need to hand it out at a good opportunity. Here’s a tool called Kickresume, an AI-infused resume generator that can help you automate the process and make a new resume in minutes.


Kickresume is based on OpenAI’s latest GPT 4 model. All you need to do is to enter your details in the provided fields. If you want help with describing your work experience, there’s an inbuilt AI writer too. You can also edit the generated details in your resume as per your needs. There’s also a resume feedback tool that provides you instant feedback for an existing resume.

With the free version, you can use up to four different templates for your resume and your CV. A paid version provides you access to all templates that you can use.

Price: Free; Pro Version: $9 per month.

There Is an AI for Everything

That is all for this list – those were some of the best free AI tools you can use today straight from your web browser. We hope you found a few tools to add great value to your everyday life.

What’s interesting is that the AI revolution is only getting started, and we’re curious to see what’s next. Especially with the news of Apple’s large language model in development, and Meta’s open-source approach to AI, we can’t wait to see what’s in store for us!

Last updated on 28 July, 2023

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