Use ChatGPT On Your Android Keyboard

One important thing before we get started: this feature is currently limited to the SwiftKey beta channel. That means iOS users cannot use
Bing with ChatGPT on SwiftKey just yet, as there is no beta app for iOS. Currently, there isn't a timeline for when Microsoft will roll this feature out to the latest iPhones and iPads, but it’d be shocking for the feature not to make its way to iOS eventually.

Finally, the other caveat: not everyone will get access right away. Rezaei says that the feature is “slowly rolling out” so if you install the SwiftKey beta app but don’t have access to Bing with ChatGPT, don’t panic. You’ll (likely) get it eventually. But since I got access today, I decided it’d be a good time to explain how to set up Bing with ChatGPT for the Swiftkey keyboard.

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1. Download Swift Keyboard Beta App

First things first, you need to download the SwiftKey beta app from the link given below.

You have to wait 45 seconds.

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2. Setup Microsoft Swift Keyboard

Now that Swiftkey beta is installed, you need to set it up. First, enable Swiftkey. Just tap “Enable SwiftKey” and it will take you to a Settings submenu. In this submenu toggle Microsoft SwiftKey Beta Keyboard on.

Next, you need to select Swiftkey. Again, this is simple. Tap “Select Swiftkey” and a message will pop up asking you to “Choose input method.” Select Microsoft SwiftKey Beta Keyboard and you’re done. Then tap “Finish up.”

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Now the app is set up but you need to log into your Microsoft account to get access to the new Bing with ChatGPT feature. Tap “Sign in with Microsoft” and log into your Microsoft account.

How to use Bing with ChatGPT for SwiftKey keyboard

Once you have Swiftkey set up, you’ll notice a Bing icon in the upper left corner of your keyboard. If you tap that Bing icon, you’ll see options for “Search,” “Tone” and “Chat.” The search is pretty self-explanatory. It allows you to use Bing search directly from your keyboard. But Tone and Chat are where the AI features come in.

With Tone, you can type into a text box and then Bing with ChatGPT will rewrite it in several tones, from Professional to Social post. The text needs to be at least three words but cannot be more than 50. 

But if Tone feels like a fun gimmick, Chat is seriously impressive. That’s because it unlocks a full version of Bing Chat, and that gives you a lot of power at your fingertips. I was able to pull up a Gmail draft, open up Chat, and have it write my email for me, all within the SwiftKey keyboard. Then I copied the text, closed out of the Chat window, and pasted it right into my email draft. 

That is a seriously convenient feature. In fact, it’s just useful enough that I think I’m making my switch to SwiftKey permanent.

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