Microsoft SwiftKey for Android gets one tap grammar correction and AI image creator 

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We’ve all heard about how Bing’s AI image creator is able to create the most bizarrely-absurd out-of-pocket images of things, but what happens when this DALL-E-powered tool arrives on Microsoft SwiftKey for Android?

The good news is, in a recent update (v. of the mobile’s keyboard version on Android, Microsoft SwiftKey has just introduced a functionality that enables users to create images using Bing Image Creator — right after bringing it to Skype chats.

That’s not the end. If you are a frequent phone writer or typist, you may be interested to know that a new one-tap grammar correction tool is now available, although it is only available in English for now.

Plus, Microsoft is also releasing a new Dynamic Color (Material You) theme for supported devices — like Google Pixel devices running Android 12 or higher — and it has also fixed a bug that caused the rich content panel in messaging apps to close unexpectedly.

With that said, however, Beta features are not yet ready for everyone, so we may need to wait a bit longer for them to be released to the general public.

You can download Microsoft SwiftKey Beta for Android on Google PlayStore here