Microsoft Adds Bing Search to its Android SwiftKey Keyboard

Microsoft Adds Bing Search to its Android SwiftKey Keyboard

Microsoft has added the bing search recently to the Android versions of the SwiftKey keyboard. This integration allows users to quickly conduct searches as they are typing with SwiftKey. Bing allows users to make quick searches directly from their keyboards. The feature is out of beta phase and now everyone can update their Swift keyboard to get access to the new feature. Microsoft Adds Bing Search to its Android SwiftKey Keyboard.

Swiftkey for Android gets Bing Search

In order to get started with this new feature introduced by the Microsoft, just tap on the plus symbol to open the toolbar on the digital keyboard. Now all you need to do is click on the search icon. The search results will be displayed in the form of a browser tab overlay. There is also an option to capture, crop, and send a screenshot of the results page to contacts or just share the URL with them.

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Unfortunately, there’s no option to switch to Google as an alternative search engine. That’s understandable since Bing is owned by Microsoft, which also owns SwiftKey, but the lack of a switch button of sorts restricts the users’ options.

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