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Google has started rolling out the Gemini app for Android to users in India. There is no dedicated app on iOS, but iPhone owners will see a toggle at the top of the Google app that allows them to enable and utilize the features of the artificial intelligence (AI)-powered chatbot. The tech giant launched its Android app on February 8, but the launch was limited to the US. The app is now expanding to more than 150 countries and regions.

According to Google’s support page, the Gemini mobile app is currently available in English, Korean, and Japanese, and is expanding to more than 150 countries and territories. A full list of countries is available on our support page. iPhone users can use Gemini’s AI features through the Google app, although there’s currently no dedicated app, and there’s now a toggle button in the top right corner to access the chatbot. Gadgets 360 was able to confirm the availability of the Gemini toggle in the Google app in iOS 17.2.1.

The Gemini app requires a smartphone with at least 4GB of RAM. It must also run the Google operating system Android 12 or higher. Likewise, the Gemini toggle is available for iPhone users running iOS 16 and above. The AI ​​service is only available in English, Japanese, and Korean, so you can only use it on smartphones that have those languages ​​enabled. Finally, users must sign in to their personal Google Account or a Workspace account where their administrator has enabled this feature. If you still can’t see the app or the toggle, it’s worth noting that the global rollout began on Thursday and is expected to continue for a few more days.

Jack Krawczyk, Google’s senior director of product responsible for Gemini, said in a post on But he added: “We will continue to work to responsibly moderate rejections of both images and text.” According to the Gemini head, expansion to more features and more regions is currently in the works.

Some users who added Gemini as their default assistant through Google Assistant on their Android smartphones complained that it wasn’t clear what on-device functions the AI ​​could perform. “We’re working to make it clearer which Assistant features are in the works and which are currently available,” Krawczyk said in a post Wednesday. (We are also working to close that gap!)”

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