Google Brings New Gemini Shortcut to Google Chrome

Gemini is Google’s answer to a smarter and AI-based assistant. Now, we did see Google release the Gemini app for Android smartphones, which is doing pretty well. However, Google is trying to kill two birds with one stone. What do I mean by that?

Well, Google wants to ensure that everyone uses Google’s suite of services instead of using other alternatives and options. So, what does Google do? Well, you can now chat with Google Gemini using the Google Chrome web browser.

Chat with Gemini using Google Chrome

You can now chat with Gemini right away, just from the address bar of your Google Chrome web browser. Whether you use the stable version, the developer version, or the nightly canary version of Google Chrome, the feature is live. Using the Gemini shortcut in Google Chrome is simple and easy.

All you need to do is simply type in @gemini and then click on Chat with Gemini. Now, you need to simply type in what you want to ask Gemini, and it will give you a response right away.

Google Brings New Gemini Shortcut to Google Chrome

This is simply a browser shortcut for you to access Google Gemini on the fly. If you look closely, there are other browser shortcuts for bookmarks, history, and tabs. If you want, you can always enter the Gemini web app link to go directly to the Gemini chat screen. Of course, to use Gemini, you will have to be signed in to your Google account in Google Chrome.

Google Brings New Gemini Shortcut to Google Chrome

Is This Feature Live on Google Chrome for Mobile?

Well, the answer is no. That is because Android smartphone users can simply install the Gemini app from the Google Play Store and make use of the AI assistant right away. Additionally, iOS users can simply make use of the Gemini AI assistant by using the Google Search app, which can be installed from the App Store.

With this quick access shortcut to Gemini for Google Chrome, Google is just hoping that users who like to use Gemini regularly will simply shift to using Google Chrome. Google wants to make it an easy win-win situation for itself as well as for users who prefer both services.

While this is just the beginning of the Gemini shortcut to Google Chrome, we could sooner or later see a full sidebar that lets you chat with Gemini. The sidebar method is being used by Microsoft Edge so that users can easily and quickly use its own AI tool-Copilot.

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