In addition to the hardware news, Microsoft also announced an update to its popular keyboard app SwiftkeyAvailable for iOS and Android. The new version brings a series of features with artificial intelligencewith the aim of improving creativity and productivity.
Among these innovations are AI camera lenses, which allow you to create photos, videos and GIFs, thanks to more than 250 available tools and filters. Some of these lenses are the result of a partnership with popthe creator of Snapchat.
And now too Bing image creation program Integrates with SwiftKey, allowing users to create custom stickers from their own photos. Naturally, these stickers can be sent using a wide range of messaging programs, such as WhatsApp.
SwiftKey now has an AI-powered editing feature designed to help improve your writing. When you highlight a sentence, you can receive immediate feedback and suggestions for improving grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
Finally, we can now access Bing Image Creator directly from the SwiftKey keyboard, making visual searches easier and expanding the app’s functionality.
Microsoft, as we know, has been actively improving SwiftKey over the past few months, linking it with Bing to enable integrated web searches, Bing Chat interactions, and AI-powered text personalization.
The newly announced updates are now rolling out gradually to SwiftKey users on iOS and Android.
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