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Google Gemini’s chatbot will be available in the Google messaging app

Google's chatbot will be available through the basic messaging service on Android mobile devices.

Google Gemini’s chatbot will be available in the Google messaging app
Daniel García

Daniel García

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Google Gemini, the Artificial Intelligence service that has been capturing attention around Google for months, will also be available in the “Messages” application developed by the company, integrating it as a always available conversation window for users. With this, Google hopes that users will use it through that application in a simple and comfortable way.

The Google Messages app, available on Android phones (although many brands usually mark their own application as default), with this improvement, returns to the spotlight, since this application has received many additions in recent months by the Californian company.

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Gemini in your messages

Just as Google has recently announced, the Gemini chatbot is now here and is easily accessible through the Messages app on Android smartphones. With this, in addition to having access to the chatbot on its web version, users will also be able to find this service much more comfortably without the need to navigate excessively through the network.

This Messages application will be available in the coming days, and it will be one of the key points of Google’s new line of Artificial Intelligence-based services. In addition, unlike many of its competitors, this service does not have any payment barriers and can be used completely freely if you have a Gmail account.

Gemini as the head of AI at Google

Google is a brand that doesn’t think twice when it comes to rebranding its products and services. In fact, a recent example of this can be found in how Google Wallet is already finishing burying Google Pay, or how Google TV has taken over Google Home and Google Play Movies. Therefore, the American company is also considering whether to make Gemini the leading brand in the AI segment, rather than Bard.

Google Bard has been making a lot of noise in the media for quite some time, but it is true that it was completely overshadowed in many parts of 2023 by the rise of Open AI and ChatGPT, or Microsoft’s aggressive branding with its AI Copilot. That is why, after the good reception that Gemini had in recent months, the company seriously considers taking advantage of that momentum to make all its work based on Artificial Intelligence revolve around that brand.

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Daniel García

Daniel García

Graduated in Journalism, Daniel specializes in video games and technology, currently writing for Andro4all and NaviGames, and having written for more Difoosion portals such as Alfa Beta Juega or Urban Tecno. He enjoys staying up-to-date with current affairs, as well as reading, video games, and any other form of cultural expression

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