Google Is Rolling Out Gemini In Google Messages for all Global Users

Google continuously works on specific enhancements within Google Messages, bringing some sought-after features and upgrades. Meanwhile, a new ability, the Gemini, joined the list of a few recent launches held within Google Messages, which started rolling out to users with the latest stable version of Google Message. 

Soon after the announcement at the I/O 2024 conference, several Google Messages users with the latest stable version have already started receiving the latest Gemini feature within their Google Messages. Meanwhile, Google rolled out the Gemini 1.5 Pro in Gemini Advanced and the YouTube Music Gemini Extension earlier. Now, Google has started rolling out the Gemini in Google Messages. 

Gemini is now available in Google Messages

Meanwhile, Gemini in Google Messages is very well optimized for drafting messages, getting ideas, planning events, delivering more precise yet short responses, and even having fun conversations. Once Gemini is available in Google Messages, it will be placed at the top of your contacts in the form of the first contact. Find it by tapping Start chat >> New conversation, where you need to agree to some terms. 

The Gemini messaging UI consists of a message bar with emojis and gallery icons that allow you to upload images for certain prompts. However, the audio option is absent. Moreover, Google Messages also supports some Gemini extensions, including @Gmail, @YouTube, @GoogleMaps, and so on, though Google Messages does not support the YouTube Music Extension in Gemini

While conversing with Gemini in Google Messages, users will also be able to leave a response by thumbing up or down by long pressing a message. They can also star or forward a message. It’s important to note that users cannot access Gemini in Google Messages on the web or the Wear OS app. Also, the Gemini in Google Messages has started rolling out globally to all Google Messages users. 


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