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Keli'i Martin8,227 Points
You don't need to convert it to Swift in order to use it in your Swift project. You would need to create a bridging header, though. Check out this link for some detailed instructions about how exactly to add one to your project.
As far as using it, the author didn't really provide very helpful instructions. Your best bet is to check out the demo project that comes with the library and see how the author uses it there. Of course, the demo app is also in Objective-C, so you would need to be able to translate what he's done in his demo to Swift. It's tricky, but not impossible.
I've uploaded a really quickie sample of using that menu in a Swift project to my Github account. It doesn't look exactly the same as the demo that comes with the library, but it should give you a place to start.
Hope this helps!