Google expands their AI model, Gemini’s accessibility to Gmail, Docs, Slides & more with Google One AI Premium

Google recently announced the Google One AI Premium plan. In the latest developments, Google has incorporated Gemini into their Google One AI Premium plan. Google has now brought in Gemini to Gmail, Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Meet.

Gemini in Gmail, Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Meet started rolling out for AI Premium Plan members on 21 February 2024. It is now available in over 150 countries in English.

You can check our earlier coverages on Google’s Gemini here.

Google One AI Premium Plan provides access to Gemini Advanced, Google’s largest and most capable AI model.

Additionally, AI Premium members also get access to Gemini Advanced, 2 TB of storage, and other Google One benefits, for a monthly subscription price of $19.99 per month.

If you are new to Google One AI Premium, you can start off with a two-month free trial.

With the availability of Gemini for the mentioned Google products, you can now access the capabilities of Gemini with them.

Writing down invitations in Gmail, drafting tip itineraries in Docs, maintaining family and other kinds of budgets in Sheets and much more can be easily prepared and crafted now with the help of Google’s Advanced AI model.

Google Gemini was first launched on 6 December 2023.




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