How to get Gemini on your phone if the app isn’t available in your country yet

This method works and its easy to do.
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Google released the Gemini app to Android and iOS users in February. But at the moment, it is only available to the US market with more countries and languages to follow.

However, there’s one way to get the app now on your phone. This method doesn’t involve side-loading the Gemini APK, although that method works too.

Gemini is Google’s largest and most capable AI model. It can tackle diverse tasks like creative writing, code generation, and complex problem-solving.

How to get Gemini on your phone

If you want to use Gemini on your phone and don’t want to wait for the app, you can do this instead. This method works on Android. Take note that it may not be available for everyone, but you can try it for yourself.

How to get Gemini even if the app is not available in your country
  1. Download the Google Assistant app from the Play Store.
  2. Upon activation, you will be prompted to try Gemini on your device. Choose ‘Try now’.
  3. The app will show a short introduction about what it is. Tap ‘Get Started’ and ‘agree’ to the Google Terms and Conditions.
  4. That’s it. You will be taken to the Gemini app. It will also replace Google Assistant on our Android phone.

Once in the app, you can type or speak your commands and prompts. You can also use the camera function to share a photo with the AI.

The app still has bugs. Sometimes, tapping the app will result in an error. However, it will still open if you tap again, and it will work just fine.

I tried this method on several Android phones. However, if it is not available in your country, you can also use this method to access Gemini instead.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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