SwiftKey has recently been integrated with BingAI, putting Microsoft’s chatbot at the fingertips for users who have installed the software. According to, SamMobile, the OpenAI search tool will soon be available on almost every Samsung Galaxy device.
Samsung Galaxy devices have their own One UI Android Launcher. This launcher has a SwiftKey integrated into it. Microsoft’s Bing is now a part of the Galaxy line. Microsoft also attacked users last week who tried Google’s Bard on Edge.
Microsoft announced the SwiftKey update yesterday, and said that the new version 126.96.36.199 will be rolled out to Samsung users “in the coming days”. SwiftKey users have been able to access the new Bing AI features since mid-April. This includes on the iOS version that was recently revived.
Samsung’s default Samsung Keyboard is the best option for Galaxy users who do not want Bing AI to slide into their swiping-keyboard. Toggling keyboards is possible on Android. Go to Settings, Languages and input > On-Screen keyboard. Even if you change keyboards, Bing may still be available to Galaxy users. Samsung is reportedly looking at switching from the $3 billion Google deal to make Bing their default search.
Bing offers three main features in Swiftkey: Search, Tone and Chat. Three different functionalities let you summon the bot for things like crafting a flirty Tinder e-mail (chat), making an email more professional (tone) or checking the current weather (search).
You no longer have to leave the app to access ChatGPT and Bing Chat websites. You don’t have to worry about being accused of not being original. Sometimes even the most intelligent person in the room can benefit from some inspiration.
Download Swiftkey Keyboard with Bing AI
You can use Bing if you have Swiftkey or Swifkey Beta installed on your device. To do this, simply press the Bing icon located at the top-right of the keyboard. You should first check your phone’s application store for an updated version of the Swiftkey app.
If you don’t already have it, download it via the App Store or Google Play. The app will guide you through replacing the default keyboard on your phone with a Microsoft alternative.
You may be frightened by some of the warnings on your phone. A malicious keyboard application could steal your bank information, for instance. Swiftkey is as reliable as the built-in keyboard on your phone. Microsoft acquired Swiftkey in 2016, but it had been one of the most popular keyboards for years.
Microsoft account sign-in is also required
What is Bing chat?
Bing Chat is powered by OpenAI’s GPT-4 AI technology. Microsoft announced in January of 2023 that it would invest $10 billion (£8bn) in the company. GPT-4 outside of Bing is only available to paying users who have subscribed to ChatGPT Plus.
Microsoft has invested in AI company for a long time. Microsoft invested $1bn in 2019 (roughly PS800 million). According to the New York Times, it also invested an additional $2bn between 2019 and 2023.
OpenAI’s famous ChatGPT is a GPT-4 chatbot. It has also created the DALL-E AI image-generation, which generates images based on text input.