Google’s Gemini Chatbot Launched in India

Google’s Gemini Chatbot launched in India

Google’s Gemini chatbot has announced the service’s global expansion, making the app available in India and other countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Turkey. This expansion is said to bring the app and its features to the users residing in the mentioned countries. 

Google’s Gemini was initially exclusively available on certain Pixel and Samsung Galaxy smartphones. However, with this expansion, the Gemini chatbot for Messages is now accessible on a wider range of devices with 6 GB RAM or higher.

Google’s expansion of its chatbot has given access to a wider array of devices. This move democratises Google’s advanced messaging tools and extends its reach to millions of users. 

However, the platform currently excludes European Union countries despite being available in 165 regions globally. This exclusion is due to the regulatory complexities and compliance issues in Europe. 

As per reports by GSM Arena, this expansion is a notable step in Google’’s efforts to broaden the reach of its chatbot technology beyond select markets. Google has also expressed enthusiasm about launching in India, citing the country’s vibrant mobile-first culture. 

Google’s Gemini Chatbot Explained 

Gemini, formally known as Bard, is Google’s artificial intelligence chatbot. Gemini enhances the communication experience, by providing intelligent assistance in crafting messages, learning and more. Users can also summarise, find quick information from Gmail or Google Drive and generate images.

According to Google’s support page, Gemini in Messages currently supports languages such as French in Canada and English in various countries. Google’s expansion in India supports nine Indian languages, including Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. 

Gemini competes with other AI chatbots such as ChatGPT and Microsoft Copilot. It has been debated that Gemini is the best choice in terms of multimedia content.

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Yibeni Tungoe
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Yibeni Tungoe

Journalism & Mass Communication student at North Eastern Hill University.

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