How To Create Microsoft Cognitive Service Bing Spell Check API On Azure Portal


  • Azure account.

Microsoft Cognitive Services provides us with the ability to build apps with powerful algorithms, using just a few lines of code. These Services work across the devices and platforms such as iOS, Android and Windows, keep improving and are easy to set up.

APIs, mentioned below, are available under Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services.

  • Face API
  • Emotion API
  • Computer Vision API
  • Bing Speech API
  • Speaker Recognition API
  • Language Understanding Intelligent Service
  • Text Analytics API
  • Web Language Model API
  • Bing Spell Check API
  • Recommendations API
  • Academic Knowledge API
  • Bing Search APIs
  • Bing Autosuggest API
  • Translator Speech API
  • Translator Text API

Before reading this article, please go through the article links, mentioned below.

Now, let's discuss about Bing Spell Check API and how to create a Bing Spell Check API Service in Azure portal.

Bing Spell Check API

It helps the users to correct the spelling errors, recognize the differences among names, brand names and slang, as well as understand homophones as they’re typing.

Word breaks

Correct word-breaking issues with a single flag.


Easily recognize slang and the informal language.


Spot common name errors in context.


Fix homonyms and other hard-to-spot errors in context.


Provide support for the brands and other coined expressions, as they emerge.

Pricing Details

Create a new Bing Spell Check API in Azure Portal

Now, let's get started with the steps, mentioned below.

Step 1

Sign in to the online Microsoft Azure Portal.

Step 2

Click “+NEW” and choose “Intelligence + Analytics”. Select “Cognitive Service API”.

Step 3

In the new account blade, enter the Account Name, select Subscription and select API type as Bing Spell Check API from the list of the available APIs.

Step 4

Now, we need to choose Location, Pricing tier and Resource group.

Step 5

Now, we need to Accept the license term.

Step 6

Finally, click create button to create a Cognitive Service.

A few minutes later, we will see Bing Spell Check API dashboard appearing. We can download Bing Spell Check API and use them in our project.


Hence, this is how we create Bing Spell Check API on Microsoft Azure portal.

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