“New AI-powered capabilities for Microsoft’s SwiftKey mobile keyboard app for iOS and Android have been unveiled. With the help of this app, users may swap out the phone’s standard keyboard for a smart keyboard that adapts to their writing style and makes typing faster.”
New AI-powered capabilities for Microsoft’s SwiftKey mobile keyboard app for iOS and Android have been unveiled. With the help of this app, users may swap out the phone’s standard keyboard for a smart keyboard that adapts to their writing style and makes typing faster. Along with these changes, Windows 11 and Bing also feature AI breakthroughs. Additionally, it will soon have AI camera lenses, AI stickers, an editor with AI, and the capability to produce AI photographs directly from the app.
SwiftKey- A Boon for Smart iOS and Android Device Users
Users of the new AI camera lenses may produce images, movies, and GIFs with a range of effects, including lenses that make advantage of Microsoft’s collaboration with Snap, the company behind Snapchat. The company claims that there are already more than 250 filters and tools available to aid in your personal expression.
Using your own images or selfies, Bing’s Image Creator now includes AI stickers. These stickers are simple to send with loved ones using texting services like WhatsApp and Messenger.
Microsoft’s Mobile Keyboard will Immediately Take to Bing Image Creator-
The app’s keyboard can now be used to immediately access the Bing Image Creator. To access Visual Search results from Bing within the app, you may either capture an image or upload an existing photo. Additionally, the app now offers a “Editor” tool powered by AI that can help users improve their grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Simply highlight any sentence to use this tool, and the editor will immediately offer comments and ideas.
For several months now, Microsoft has been enhancing SwiftKey, the popular keyboard app. Recently, they integrated the app with Bing, allowing users to search and chat with Bing. Additionally, AI technology lets users personalize the tone of their written communication. These new features are now available on both iOS and Android versions of SwiftKey.