Google Bard has expanded its reach and is now available in over 40 languages across Europe. This move comes as part of Google’s ongoing efforts to enhance the capabilities and accessibility of Bard, which initially seemed like a hurried response to the popularity of OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
The recent expansion of Bard’s availability marks a significant milestone in its evolution. The chatbot is now accessible in Europe and Brazil, extending its reach to more than 230 countries and territories worldwide. This global accessibility underscores Google’s commitment to providing a more personalized and efficient conversational experience for users around the globe.
Bard’s language support has also seen a considerable boost. With the ability to communicate in over 40 languages, Bard is set to cater to a diverse user base, breaking down language barriers and facilitating seamless interactions.
In addition to these enhancements, Google has introduced several new features to Bard. Users can now listen to the chatbot’s responses and easily adjust them according to their preferences. There are five different tone and style options available – simple, long, short, professional, and casual. While this feature is currently available only in English, plans are underway to extend it to other languages.
Other notable updates include the ability for users to pin and rename conversations, export Python code to Replit, and incorporate images into their prompts. Sharing conversations with Bard has also been made easier with the introduction of shareable links.
These regular updates and expanding features reflect Google’s dedication to improving Bard’s capabilities. As Bard continues to mature, it will be interesting to see if it can surpass the popularity of OpenAI’s ChatGPT in the EU and Brazil.