Microsoft today announced the official roll out of the new Bing integration in the Microsoft SwiftKey keyboard app. This integration is available in both iOS and Android. After installing the latest update, you can notice the new Bing icon on the SwiftKey toolbar. You can also set SwiftKey as your default keyboard on both iOS and Android, so you can access the new Bing integration across all your favorite apps.
Bing integrates in three major ways inside the SwiftKey app: Search, Chat, and Tone.
Chat: You can access the new Bing on the go for more detailed queries. You can ask for jokes, query about latest news, and more.
Tone: You can communicate more effectively by using AI to customize your in-progress text to fit any situation. The Tone feature has got you covered, with tones to make your words sound more professional, casual, polite, or concise enough for a social post.
Search: You can quickly search the web from your keyboard, without switching apps. You can use this feature to find information like the weather, restaurants near you, or stock prices.
These new features in SwiftKey are available in all markets where the new Bing is available.