Rebrand to Gemini, Google Releases Paid Version of Bard With Powerful Performance


Rebrand to Gemini, Google Releases Paid Version of Bard With Powerful Performance



Google yesterday teased their new project on Bard AI, where they will again release a subscription version that will automatically change Bard to the Gemini version. Of course, users have to pay some conditions to get access to it and fully access from Bard to Gemini.

Google promises fiercer performance, where by using Gemini, Bard users will feel higher capabilities and speed. Even Gemini can be invited to help users solve even some difficult questions, one of which is by answering some math to physics problems.

It's been quite a long journey for Bard, a few years ago Bard was confirmed to be running with LaMNDA support for its first model, then Google continued to say that they have switched from LaMNDA to Gemini starting from December 2023 yesterday. Even until they again said that Bard began to be abandoned and completely switched to Gemini.

Therefore, from now on the mention of Bard will be changed to the Gemini version which has now entered the Gemini Pro version 1.0 and is available in 230 countries and supports more than 40 different languages. This is certainly a high achievement, considering Google itself says it will continue to expand their AI with more language support.

“Gemini is free to use, but as of today it is the tier-2 solution – Google also unveiled Gemini Advanced, powered by Gemini Ultra 1.0. After a free 2-month trial, Advanced will cost you $20/€22/£19/₹1,950 for the Google One AI Premium Plan.

This includes 2TB of storage and other Google One Premium benefits (One Premium is normally $10). Soon Google will enable Gemini in Gmail, Google Docs and other services too (this was initially called “Duet AI”). Gemini Advanced is available in 150+ countries starting today but only in English (this will be expanded over time).”

Google also provides support for downloading applications with the latest Gemini base on Android and iOS, besides that for users you can use it like accessing Google Assistant by saying "Hey Google!".