Android and iOS SwiftKey keyboard gets Bing AI

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The Bing AI experience is now instantly available with just one click on any iOS or Android device that supports third-party keyboards. Many thanks to Microsoft’s most recent upgrade for SwiftKey. This comes after Microsoft recently released the SwiftKey beta for Android with Bing Chat AI. The most recent version of SwiftKey adds more access points and improves the Bing user experience. The ongoing efforts to better and combine Bing services into a seamless user experience can be seen via upgrades to existing app integrations across Bing, Skype, Microsoft Start, and Microsoft Edge apps.

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Three Bing integrations are available with Microsoft SwiftKey: Chat, Tone, and Search. Chat enables broad on-the-go queries. Tone aids in text tailoring for various contexts. Search enables rapid web searches without taking your hands off the keyboard.

Chat: Use Bing on the go for in-depth searches. This is helpful for finding funny puns in messages or suggesting nearby restaurants to new friends in a foreign location.

Tone: AI can help you with formal business relations, linguistic nuance, and word choice, making your in-progress content meet any setting. For your writing, you can use a formal, informal, polite, or concise tone.

Search: Quickly seek up info during chats like the weather, nearby shops, or stock prices using the keyboard without switching between apps.


Users may now use Microsoft’s new AI – powered SwiftKey, which includes Chat, Search, and Tone. Also, all markets where the new Bing service exists now have access to the new Bing in Skype group chats.

With respect to the upgrade, Divya Kumar, Sr. Director, Search & AI Marketing, said:

Mobile apps are essential for our daily lives in various aspects, so we want to bring you AI-powered Bing features that matter to you in one touch. We are thrilled to share these updates with you and we always value your feedback!

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