Gemini is available in more languages

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Google Gemini is the company’s crown jewel of AI technology, and the company is constantly improving it. Google just released its latest update to the platform, and it makes it more accessible to people around the world. Gemini is now available in more languages.

Google’s AI technology has become one of the most advanced in the world. In fact, according to some emails sent a couple of years ago, Microsoft was afraid of Google’s AI back in 2019. Microsoft’s Chief technology officer, Kevin Scott, sent an email to Satya Nadella and Bill Gates saying that he was “very very worried” about Google’s AI technology. This is believed to be what prompted Microsoft’s first investment into OpenAI.

Gemini is now available in more languages

This might not be the biggest update when it comes to functionality, but it’s really huge when it comes to increasing Gemini’s user base. There’s no point in using an AI model if you can’t understand its output.

Well, Google just released the latest changelog for Gemini, and it states that Gemini is now available in more languages bringing the total up to nine languages. These are English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish. This increases the usability of the models immensely.

How to access Gemini

If you’re excited about using Google Gemini, then it’s pretty easy to access it. Gemini is available in over 150 countries, and in many of them, you can download the mobile Gemini app. In countries where the app is unavailable, you can still opt into using Gemini through Google Assistant. This Will basically give you the same functionality as using the app.

To access Gemini, you can go to or just go to This will bring you to the signup page. There, sign in to your Google account and accept the terms of service. At that point, you’ll be taken to the Gemini website.

To get the app, just go to the Google Play Store, and search Gemini.

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