Google has introduced its AI-powered smartphone app, Gemini, to the Indian market with a focus on accessibility. The app caters to users across the country by offering support in English and nine widely spoken Indian languages – Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.

Gemini allows users to interact with AI through various methods: typing text queries, using voice commands, or even uploading images for analysis. This versatility empowers users to get answers, complete tasks, or receive creative assistance in their preferred language.

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One of Gemini’s key features is its ability to leverage Google’s advanced AI models. This translates to functions like understanding complex questions, providing summaries of uploaded documents, or even offering help with creative tasks like writing emails or planning presentations.

For users seeking an extended range of features, Google offers Gemini Advanced alongside the standard version. This subscription-based tier unlocks additional functionalities like data analysis capabilities and file uploads, allowing users to work with various document formats like Google Docs and PDFs.

The launch of Gemini in India signifies Google’s commitment to making AI technology accessible to a wider audience. With its multilingual capabilities and focus on user-friendliness, Gemini has the potential to become a valuable tool for information access, task completion, and creative exploration for Indian smartphone users.