Microsoft SwiftKey on Android Gets Better With Bing Chat AI

Microsoft SwiftKey Beta

Microsoft has integrated Bing Chat AI into SwiftKey for Android. The Redmond-based software giant has integrated the Bing Chat AI in a phased manner. You will be able to access the Microsoft Bing AI chatbot with just a single click in any app using SwiftKey Beta. The Bing Chat integration inside Microsoft SwiftKey comprises of the usual chat mode, which provides access to the chatbot. It also includes a tone mode, which will automatically rewrite any text right within the keyboard.

To access Bing Chat AI, you should download the Microsoft SwiftKey keyboard beta version from the Google Play Store. You should search with the keyboard “microsoft swiftkey beta” on the Google Play Store. The installation process is the same as any other Android app. You will view Bing logo on the top left side. You will find three options such as search, tone, and chat. You can select an option as per your requirement. You will be able to enjoy Bing Chat AI if you proceed to install the Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard beta version.

According to Pedram Pedram Rezaei, Microsoft’s CTO of mobile and commerce, the Bing Chat AI is currently being pushed slowly. However, there is no confirmation as to when SwiftKey iOS users will be able to test drive the new capabilities.

The interesting fact is that the Windows manufacturer had discontinued support for SwiftKey on iOS in 2022 but quickly retracted it by bringing the app back to the Apple Store. Microsoft had disclosed that they will invest heavily in both Android and iOS versions.

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Microsoft is not regularly giving attention for the development of SwiftKey for iOS but the recent push of Bing AI will throw open gates for the active revamping of the keyboard. Microsoft should note that there are already plenty of AI-enabled keyboards on iOS that are integrated with ChatGPT. To recall, Microsoft acquired SwiftKey in 2016 after its growing popularity on Android and iOS.

Anand Narayanaswamy is the editor-in-chief of Netans. He was recognized as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for 9 years (2002 to 2011) and again as a Microsoft MVP in Surface under Windows and Devices in January 2024. He worked as a Chief Technical Editor with ASPAlliance and was part of ASPInsider program. Anand has published several articles and reviews related to various software and hardware products for various software and technology related websites. He is also active on social media and also participates as an Influencer for various brands. Anand can be reached at