Microsoft SwiftKey on Android is getting real-time grammar suggestion

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Popular keyboard app Microsoft SwiftKey on Android seems to be getting a new feature in its latest Beta release. It’s a real-time grammar suggestion, and it could be extremely helpful.

Just like how Microsoft introduced features like one tap grammar correction and AI image creator in last month’s Beta release, the real-time grammar suggestion is coming to version for Android 7.0 and higher. 

Microsoft also says that you’ll soon be able to access Tone Change, Compose, and Chat features without having to sign in. 

In case you missed it, there have been a lot of cool stuffs coming to the popular keyboard in recent weeks. 

During last month’s Surface event, Redmond officials said that the AI-powered Bing Image Creator tool is coming to the keyboard and you can make stickers with photos of yourself thanks to new AI stickers feature.

“Whether you want to update your wife on your trip, show off your new outfit, or just make someone smile, you can choose from over 250 tools and filters to help you express yourself better,” Microsoft says in the official announcement.

You can download Microsoft SwiftKey Beta for Android on Google Play Store

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