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Google Gemini Mobile App Updated in Canada

Google has announced that the company is expanding key Gemini features to more languages and countries, including Canada.

There’s a new Gemini mobile app for Gemini and Gemini Advanced for both Android and within the Google app on iOS devices. Canadians can download the Gemini app or opt in through Google Assistant, then access it from anywhere they’d normally access Google Assistant. Do this by simply tapping the power button on a compatible device, corner swiping on select phones, or saying “Hey Google” then giving your command for more contextual assistance.

For iOS devices, Gemini is being rolled out within the Google app in the coming weeks. To use it once available, tap the Gemini toggle and chat with Gemini for assistance.

While using Gemini on your phone, you can type, talk, or add an image to receive assistance. You could take a photo of a flat tire, for example, and ask for instructions on how to change it. You could get help with composing an e-mail, and performing other tasks, too, all through the conversational, multimodal AI assistant.

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Google is also expanding Gemini Extensions to include more languages, offering the service in all languages and countries that Gemini currently supports. This also includes French for Canada along with English. This allows Canadians to access real-time information from Google apps and services like Gmail, Docs, YouTube, and Maps in 40 new languages. Along with French, this also includes Arabic, German, Hindi, Spanish, and others.

Expanding Gemini Extensions to more languages: Google is expanding Extensions to all languages and countries Gemini currently supports, which means Canadians can now access Extensions in French. With Extensions Canadians can now access real-time info from Google apps and services like Gmail, Docs, YouTube, and Maps in over 40 new languages including French, Arabic, German, Hindi, Spanish, and more. You can control privacy settings when deciding how you want to use these Extensions, and turn them off at any time.

There’s also a new way to access Gemini in Chrome on your desktop. Type @gemini followed by your prompt in the Chrome address bar, and launches with a response to your prompt. (I tested this and, at the time of this writing, it wasn’t working just yet, but stay tuned.)

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