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14 Apr, 2023
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The SwiftKey keyboard from the company now integrates GPT AI technology, allowing for effortless usage on any iPhone or Android smartphone app that supports third-party keyboards.

Microsoft has been actively incorporating AI technology across its various platforms, including Bing, Edge, and Skype, to enhance their capabilities. The company has now announced that its SwiftKey smart keyboard for iPhone and Android has integrated Bing AI to offer users a more personalized and efficient mobile experience.

In a recent blog post, Microsoft shared the details of the new SwiftKey Bing AI integration, which enables users to access the new Bing with just one touch across any mobile experience that supports a third-party keyboard. The updated SwiftKey version 3.0.1 comes with three main features: Chat, Search, and Tone.

The Chat feature allows users to access the new Bing on the go for more detailed queries. This is especially useful when users are in a hurry and don't have the time to open a separate app. The Search feature enables users to search the web quickly without switching apps. With this feature, users can easily look up information or find answers to their questions without disrupting their workflow.

The Tone feature is particularly interesting, as it uses AI to customize in-progress text to fit any situation. This feature helps users communicate more effectively by suggesting appropriate language and tone for different scenarios. For example, the AI might suggest more formal language for a work email or a more casual tone for a message to a friend.

Microsoft has made the new capabilities in SwiftKey accessible in all markets where the new Bing is available. However, using the new Tone and Chat features requires signing into a Microsoft Account that has access to the Bing Preview. Users who haven't signed up for the Bing Preview can do so in the Bing app or by visiting the Bing Preview website.

The SwiftKey app is available for free download on the App Store and Google Play Store. Microsoft has also provided various use cases in its full announcement, showcasing how users can leverage the new features to make their mobile experience more efficient and productive.