Microsoft released its latest generative AI integration. SwiftKey’s iOS and Android keyboards now include GPT AI smarts, allowing you to use it in any app on iPhone and Android smartphones that supports a third-party keyboard.
From Bing, Edge, and Skype to Microsoft’s productivity tools and a new Copilot Security tool, the corporation has been quickly implementing a customized version of OpenAI’s GPT smarts. Microsoft has now announced that their SwiftKey smart keyboard for iPhone and Android has Bing AI. The business detailed everything in a blog post:
We’ve recently launched a number of fresh ways to use the new Bing and engage with it. The Bing AI experience is now accessible with just one touch on any iOS or Android mobile device that supports a third-party keyboard, and we are announcing another today.
SwiftKey Bing AI integration, which is now available with version 3.0.1, offers three primary features:
Tone Chat allows you to “access the new Bing on the go for more detailed queries,” Search allows you to “quickly search the web from your keyboard, without switching apps.” The updated features of “SwiftKey” are, in Microsoft’s words, “accessible in all markets where the new Bing is available; anyone can use Search now.”