How to use Bing AI Chat on your Android phone – Android Police

Use SwiftKey’s Bing AI Chat integration to write emails and office documents in just a few taps
AI is the hottest buzzword in the tech industry right now. Using OpenAI's ChatGPT, you can boost your productivity and offload many mundane tasks to the AI tool. Microsoft has been quick to integrate ChatGPT across its products, including SwiftKey, which is among our favorite Android keyboard apps. Dubbed Bing AI Chat, you can use the tool to compose emails or messages, rephrase the tone of what you've written, get new ideas surrounding a topic, chat with the AI about a topic, and more.
Here's how to use Bing AI chat on the top Samsung phones, Google Pixel phones, and small Android phones.
As its name indicates, Bing AI Chat is an AI chatbot that uses the power of Bing and ChatGPT and its GPT4 language model to supercharge your productivity. Bing AI Chat can analyze the top results for your query and generate a quick overview of the solution. This can reduce your research time, letting you focus on more important tasks.
But there's more to Bing AI Chat than just generative search. You can use the AI tool to generate content or emails based on the topic you enter and get it to rephrase your existing document to use more formal language.
ChatGPT is better than Google Bard in many ways, so its integration with SwiftKey increases the keyboard's usefulness.
Before proceeding with the steps below, change the default keyboard on your Android phone to Microsoft SwiftKey. It is available as a free download from the Google Play Store. During the setup process, you must log in to your Microsoft account in SwiftKey. Otherwise, you can't use Bing AI Chat.
Bing AI Chat on SwiftKey is available on Google Pixel and Samsung phones. You can try SwiftKey Beta if Bing AI Chat does not appear in the stable version on your phone.
You can use Bing AI Chat to generate holiday itineraries, get recipes for your favorite dish, and more. However, you're restricted to 20 chats per session and 200 conversations throughout the day with the chatbot.
The best part about Bing AI's integration in SwiftKey is that you can use it to write emails, suggest new ideas, or generate new content for blog posts.
To change the tone of a piece of text you wrote, select the Tone button from SwiftKey's toolbar. Then, choose the tone to which you want to rephrase the content, followed by Generate draft. This is a great tool for making an email you wrote sound more formal or more professional in a document you are preparing.
If you are always on the go and use your phone for composing emails and office documents, Bing AI Chat can help boost your productivity. Instead of struggling with writing emails from scratch, you can use Bing AI Chat to generate a template and then build on it, saving you hours in the process. Once you are done playing around with SwiftKey's Bing AI Chat integration, check out the best tools and utility apps for Android that you must have on your phone.
Rajesh started following the latest happenings in the world of Android around the release of the Nexus One and Samsung Galaxy S. After flashing custom ROMs and kernels on his beloved Galaxy S, he started writing about Android for a living. He uses the latest flagship Samsung phone as his daily driver, although he’s a Pixel fanboy at heart. And yes, he carries an iPhone as a secondary device. Rajesh has been writing for Android Police since 2021, covering news, how-tos, and features. Based in India, he has previously written for AndroidBeat, Times of India, iPhoneHacks, MySmartPrice, and other tech blogs. He also writes for AP’s sister site MakeUseOf. When not working, you will find him mindlessly scrolling through Twitter, watching a movie, or going on long road trips. You can reach out to him on Twitter or drop a mail at