Tech News Desk – When we talk about AI, the first word that comes to our mind is ChatGPT. This chatbot from OpenAI has brought a new wave in technology with its arrival. Not only this, a lot of enthusiasm has also been seen in the people. For this reason, many fake apps related to it have come in the market. These apps may have come in the name of ChatGPT, but they are fake. Today we will tell you about some such Fake ChatGPT apps which you should not download, but if you have downloaded by mistake, uninstall them immediately.
Open Chat GPT – AI Chatbot App
It has a logo similar to the OpenAI logo used for ChatGPT, as seen in the listing on the Google Play Store. The developers claim that this chat is an alternative to GPT. However, according to reports, the free version of the app is loaded with ads and users would have needed a subscription to unlock further functionality.
AI Chatbot – Ask AI Assistant
The app works exactly like its Android counterpart, giving you a smooth experience. Users can use three inputs per day and upon reaching this limit, they are prompted to sign up for a 3-day free trial. Upon completion of the trial, users are automatically charged a weekly subscription fee of $6.
Genie – AI Chatbot
Genie AI chatbot asks permission to track app user’s activities on other apps and websites as well as prompts them to rate the app even before launch. Apart from this, it also asks for permission to send notifications. These prompts, then, immediately show users the option to enroll in a free trial or subscribe to a longer-term plan. Pricing starts at $7 per week.